Some of you will know Finn in Y2. He, and his family, have to shield for 12 weeks due to his health. Together with his sister, Elsie – in Y5 – they have taken it upon themselves to raise some funds for CICRA (Crohns in Childhood Research Association), the charity that has supported their family […]Continue reading
The School operates a connected and creative curriculum, which incorporates all the knowledge, skills and objectives of the National Curriculum. Our curriculum is a themed, skills based approach and is supplemented by classroom environments that help to immerse the children in their learning; the theme overview is below.
To supplement the teaching of reading and writing we use Read Write inc. predominantly in Foundation Stage and Key Stage 1 and throughout the school for those with additional needs.
Maths is supported through the use of Hit the Button, Times Tables Rockstars as well as Numicon as a practical resource to support the National Curriculum.
Homework packs, that can be found on the class pages, highlight the relevant parts of the National Curriculum which will be covered in their current projects. In addition parents can access the National Curriculum online.
As part of our week-long celebration for Worlds Book Day, Years 1 and 2 have been thinking about how they can look after the environment. We read a gorgeous book called ‘Somebody Swallowed Stanley’ which helped the children to understand the effects of plastic waste on wildlife. The children had some really thoughtful ideas about […]Continue reading
Reverend Toni Smith joined us in school this year to lead our Christingle Service. The children made their Christingles, prior to the services, in their Values Families and learnt about the significance of the different parts.Continue reading
Years 1 and 2 were very lucky to have the opportunity to take part in a Lego Robotics Workshop delivered by JuniorSTEM. The children used tablets to programme their Lego creations and were able to gain hand on experience about programming and engineering. It was a fabulous day and all the children (young and old) […]Continue reading
Before half term, the children spent a lovely morning in their Values Families creating art from natural materials. The children created some truly gorgeous pictures and wreaths and it was a lovely calm way to end the first half term.Continue reading
Thank you to everyone who came and joined us today at St Peter’s Church in Isham for our annual Harvest service. It was a lovely service with some incredible singing and was followed by our Harvest sale back at school. There was a huge variety of fruit and veg on sale with all the proceeds […]Continue reading
Years 1 and 2 have had a good start to the term and the Year 1s are settling in well into their new classroom. The children are very excited to have theatre in the classroom and have been putting together some great performances for each other – the boys are especially loving being the performers. […]Continue reading
Please find attached minutes from the last FOIS meeting along with the annual report. If you wish to contact any of the FOIS team their email is firstname.lastname@example.org FOIS AGM Minutes 24 september 2019_v2 FOIS annual report 2018 2019Continue reading