Our pupils represent the school at during sporting opportunities. All children in Y4 have swimming lessons, to ensure that by the time they leave us, all of our children are able to swim.
understanding of the place of faith and spirituality
We encourage our children to search for meaning, ask thoughtful questions, reflect on beliefs and develop understanding, respect and tolerance for those around them.
develop their Digital Literacy
Our children develop an understanding of the benefits and potential risks associated with a modern digital society.
Experience the outdoors
We use our extensive grounds to teach the children about nature in our local area and about our rural heritage.
to develop performance skills
All classes work towards presentation assemblies – these often include drama and role play.
to develop creative skills
Use is made of visiting artists, and visits to local galleries. We also make use of the expertise on offer to us at our local Secondary schools.
understand themselves as learners
We explore Growth Mindset in order for children to think about how they can tackle challenges and use the strategies that they have already acquired to develop their understanding further
All pupils are taught to sing and singing is used at our school as a means of celebration, enjoyment and musical challenge. Children are taught to sing in unison and also to explore devices such as harmonies and rounds.
learn a language
Each class from Year 1 to Y6 has a French lesson weekly through a specialist teacher. By the time the children are in Upper Key Stage 2, they are learning to read and write in French.