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Reception Class

The Reception teachers are Mrs Dixon and Mrs Bishton. Reception class has an outdoor play area to make learning even more enjoyable. The year in Reception class has many highlights, including learning to read with our year 6 reading partners and going on a visit to a farm.

Year 1

Year 1’s teacher is Miss Luque. They learn about many things in the classroom and in their outdoor learning area. They have exciting topics including a space topic, and everyone enjoys year 1’s space day.

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Year 2

Year 2’s teachers are Mrs Netto and Mrs Champneys. As our oldest infants they learn many exciting topics and have a chance to act all the major roles in the school nativity play in December. Year 2 also enjoy their visit to the STEAM railway museum in Swindon.

Year 3

Mrs Pecchia teaches year 3 – an exciting year as the children are now in Key Stage 2. Everyone in class will learn to play the ukulele this year. Their many interesting topics include learning about Bath’s history as the Roman city of Aquae Sulis.

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Year 4

Mrs Moore and Mrs Phillips teach year 4. Year 4 enjoy learning about the Tudors and Ancient Greece, as well as a geography topic about India.

Year 5

Mr Gailor teaches year 5. The children have the chance to look after a younger reading partner this year. They learn about the Ancient Egyptians and about rivers and water in the world. Year 5 also have an exciting opportunity for a residential weekend retreat at Kilve Court in the autumn.

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Year 6

Year 6’s teacher is Mrs Hastings. As the oldest pupils in the school year 6 take on lots of new responsibilities. They learn about Victorian Britain and make hats in DT. In the summer they go on a week-long residential trip to Torquay. They also demonstrate their acting, singing and dancing skills as they perform a musical at the end of the summer term.