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Our School

We have 6 separate classes at Tibberton:

  • Nursery - Ladybirds
  • Reception - Wrens
  • Year One -  Robins
  • Year Two - Kingfishers
  • Years Three and Four - Blackbirds
  • Years Five and Six - Magpies

Nursery

The youngest children are in the Ladybird Class - Tibberton Early Years . Staff in this class plan work following the Foundation Stage Curriculum which covers children being taught between the ages of two and five for our settings. The nursery and the Reception class have very close links.   The children often work together and take trips together. The staff liaise and plan together.

 

 

Reception Class

 Teachers in this class plan work following the Foundation Stage Curriculum which covers children being taught between the ages of three and five in all settings. The Reception class has very close links with Tibberton Early Years which is sited next to the Reception class. The children often work together and take trips together. The staff liaise and plan together.

 

The class teachers are  Mrs Bridgens and Mrs Dockray supported by Mrs Penny Meredith ..

Year 1 & 2

These two year groups are known as Key Stage One and they follow the National Curriculum of ten subjects. At the end of Year 2 the class teacher assesses the children in literacy and numeracy. The teacher may call upon information from any tests used but the KS1 levels they report are their assessment of the children’s work over a the year.  KS1 is split into two classes

Robins class - Year 1 - taught by Mrs Peak and Mrs Blane and supported by Mrs Williams.

Kingsfisher Class - Year 2 - Mrs Kitto and Mrs Carslake teach this class, supported by Miss Hughes

Year 3 & 4

These are the first 2 years of Key Stage Two where the children’s work continues to be planned around the ten National Curriculum subjects.

 

Mrs  Horton and Mrs Ledger share the  teaching this class, with the support of Mrs Hatcher.

Year 5 & 6

During Year 5 the children’s parents begin to think of which secondary school they want to choose, as any arrangements need to be made at the very start of the following year. Year 6 children travel to the Isle of Wight for a week’s residential trip together with children from the other three schools in our cluster. We have many school teams and enter many competitions and the children from this class have opportunities to represent the school in these teams. At the end of Year 6 the children take national tests, Key Stage 2 SATs, in literacy, numeracy and science.

 

Miss Goldsmith  teaches Years 5 & 6, supported by Mrs D Williams and Mrs Desai