We have approximately 100 pupils in the School taught in eight classes, with each year group forming its own class. The School is split into three sections: Lower School (Kindergarten and Reception); Middle School (Years 1-3) and Upper School (Years 4-6)

Lower School and Middle School are taught largely by their own class teacher, as this provides security and continuity although they receive specialist teaching for: Art French, Music, Swimming and Values and Beliefs. As the pupils become older, we take full advantage of our subject specialists and all subjects are taught by them.

A typical day for a Year One pupil

8.30am I am dropped at school and go to the classroom to start my ‘Morning Work’, an activity I can complete by myself.
8.45am My teacher takes the register and talks about the day.
9.00am We have Read, Write, Inc and practise our phonics, reading and writing. We work in small groups. My group has 8 children in it.
10.00am It is playtime. I can play in the playground and there is time to eat my snack (fresh/dried fruit or vegetables) and have a drink.
10.30am We have Maths next! We use ‘Maths No Problem!’ and I love it!
11.30am The next lesson is Verbal Reasoning. We look at lots of word problems and puzzles.
12.00pm Time for lunch. We always have a hot meal and it is really yummy! My favourite is our roast dinner. Every day we can choose from the main meal, or have a jacket potato, or even soup and salad. There is always a pudding too!
12.30pm It is playtime. I can run around with my friends, play on the equipment, or sit quietly in the Quiet Area. I always have lots of friends to play with.
1.00pm We have French with Mme Levine. She comes to our classroom and we play lots of games in French.
1.30pm Now it’s time for Science. We have been learning about electricity. We have been using circuits and batteries to make buzzers go buzz!
2.30pm Our last lesson today is Music with Mr Legg. He brings the Djembo drums and we all have a go at drumming patterns together!
3.25pm The school day ends. If Mummy is late from work, I stay until 5.30pm in Tea and Prep – we can do our homework, have tea and play with any of the toys we like! Or I can do an Extra Mural. There are so many to choose from. This term I am learning Spanish.

A typical timetable for a pupil in Year Five

8.30-8.45am Morning Work
8.45am Registration
8.45am PSHEE assembly
9.15am English with Mme Levine
10.15am Maths with Mrs Howe
11.15am Break time
11.30am Latin with Mrs Gordan
12.30- 1.30pm Lunch and break
1.30pm Swimming
2.30pm Art
3.30pm Home time with the option to stay for Extra Murals or Tea and Prep