Class 1 FS2


Welcome to Class 1, Foundation Stage 2

Hello my name is Miss Penney and I am an FS2 teacher. My favourite subject is art and design because I love to be creative. When I am at home I love to play with my dogs and bake lots of yummy treats!

My name is Miss Darbyshire, I am a Curriculum Specialist in Foundation Stage. I have worked in early years for over 20 years and especially enjoy reading with the children. In my spare time I love walking in the local area, holidays away (somewhere warm) and reading. I also enjoy spending time with my family as I have two grown up sons.

My name is Mrs Fieldsend and I work in Reception. I love to read and enjoy all sorts of books especially adventure stories. I have two sons who are sports mad and we have lots of fun as a family. I also have a little dog called Penny who loves to go on long walks and is very spoilt!

Latest News for Class 1

FS1 Christmas Play Dec 2018

The Foundation Stage children had a fantastic time performing the Nativity for their families. They sang beautifully and remembered their dances and speaking parts. They did a great job and we are very proud of [...]

Arts Week Reception Nov 2018

Class 1 and 2 have had a lovely Arts Week. We have been reading 'Brown Bear, Brown Bear, What Do You See?' and making the characters from the story. We have also been learning about [...]

Forest School Fun

Over the past few weeks the children in Class One have been taking part in Forest School's. The children absolutely love this experience and are always bursting with stories about their woodland adventures. Forest School's [...]

A Busy Half Term!

We have had a very busy half term in Class One!The children have worked really hard, settling into new routines, building relationships and learning lots of new things. We have also had lots of fun [...]

Reception Aerobics Sessions 16 Oct 2018

This morning the children stopped what they were doing and all took part in a 30 minute aerobics session. The children absolutely loved performing to modern music and were being active for the full session. [...]