Key Stage 1

 

The children in Key Stage 1 are organised into three classes.  One class of Year 1 children, one class of mixed Year 1 and Year 2 children and one class of Year 2 children.  This organisation allows the teaching staff to ensure an effective learning transition from Foundation Stage for the children in Year 1.  The classes are based on the age of the children.  The youngest children are in the Year 1 class and the eldest children in the Year 2 class.  Other factors are also considered when placing children into their Key Stage 1 classes, such as the number of girls and boys or particular learning needs.  Children within each class work at a level appropriate to their learning needs and all teachers differentiate lessons to ensure both support and challenge for those children who need it.

Year 1 Miss Pearce

Miss Pearce's class is the younger children from Year 1.

Year 1/2 Mrs Hutchings

Miss Hutching's class is a mix of children from Year 1 and Year 2.

This class is the older children from Year 1 and the younger children from Year 2

Year 2 Mrs McDowall

Mrs McDowall's class is the older children from Year 2.

Mrs Collier is the Key Stage 1 Leader and Assistant Head Teacher.  She works alongside the Key Stage 1 staff teaching whole classes for PPA cover.   

In addition there are several learning support assistants who work between the three classes.  This year the learning support assistants working in Key Stage 1 are:

 

Mrs Beevers      Mrs Blueman      Mrs Nichol     Mrs Thewlis    

 

The higher level teaching assistant, Mrs Robinson, also works in Key Stage 1 some mornings and afternoons teaching groups of children, some of whom are eligible for Pupil Premium funding, and also teaching classes during PPA time.

  

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