There are seven classes, one for each year group. There is a maximum of 22 children in each class and the Form names equate to National Curriculum year groups with Form K being the Reception Year. Form K, I and II make up the Lower School and Form III, IV, V and VI make up the Upper School.There is a fully-qualified teacher and a full-time assistant in all Lower School classes. In the Upper School there is one teacher in each class with a number of support assistants who help where the need is greatest and some lessons are split to allow for smaller teaching groups.
Children come from a range of pre-school providers and the children leave the school in Form VI and move on to secondary school.
|Form K (Reception): 4 to 5 years|
|Form I: 5 to 6 years|
|Form II: 6 to 7 years|
|Form III: 7 to 8 years|
|Form IV: 8 to 9 years|
|Form V: 9 to 10 years|
|Form VI: 10 to 11 years|
We have a full range of qualified teaching staff who teach according to their strengths and specialty subjects.. Follow this link for further details of our teaching staff.
We will be very pleased to hear from Early Years practitioners regarding any future vacancies we may have at our Nursery.
On Thursday 30th November, optional Flu Immunisation will take place in school for Form K, I, II, III and IV and full information has been sent home regarding this. The designated Specialist Community Public Health Nurse is Shaeron Matthews and if you have any queries or concenrs, she can be contacted on 01420 88336; email hp-tr.EHSchoolNursingAdmin@nhs.net; website - www.southernhealth.nhs.uk/schoolnursing