Join us for a quick tour of the school, inside and out...
This is the front of the school, seen from just inside the gates.
The front play area can be seen to the right of the picture, just behind the wooden fence.
The main entrance to the school, which the children use in the mornings, is at the rear of the building.
This play area is located to the front of the school, near the main entrance.
Situated in a purpose-built shelter, this area provides the younger children with somewhere to play outdoors, while being protected from either sun or rain.
The front play area is used primarily by children in Class 1.
Class 1 is where the Key Stage 1 children in the school will spend the majority of their time.
This classroom is used mainly for lessons for children in Reception, Year 1, and Year 2. Key Stage 1 assemblies also take place here.
This room has its own interactive whiteboard, and is also home to the school fish!
Class 2 is the main classroom for Key Stage 2 children; this is where most of the lessons for children in years 3-6 take place.
This room has a large interactive whiteboard, and also its own small library area.
Full school registrations and assemblies are held in Class 2, and this is also where the children from both classes gather to eat lunch.
Special events such as coffee mornings will also often take place here, giving members of the community a chance to come and meet the children and staff.
The school has a large playground to the rear of the building, which is used by the children during break and lunch times. It is also used for outdoor activities such as PE.
The playground is well equipped with Playdale equipment, such as climbing nets, tyres and bridges, which the children enjoy using during breaks and lunchtime.
The playground is also often used whenever the school hosts any open days or outdoor events - it has even played host to a pet show!
Located at the very rear of the school grounds, the playing field is well maintained, and is used not just for PE and games, but also for a variety of outdoor events hosted by the school.
A time capsule was also buried here by the children in the not too distant past, to be unearthed at some point by future generations...