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Castle Batch

Primary School Academy

Happy, confident children, learning to learn

Key Stage 1

Who are we!

Mrs Hannah Tedder teaches Mon-Thurs and Mrs Hannah Jones will be teaching on a Friday in the Key Stage 1 Base.  

 

There are five consistent members of staff who work in Key Stage 1.  All staff are trained in Makaton, ELKAN and have vast experience in the SEND field and attend continual relevant training in respect of the ever changing needs of the Base.  Within the Base members of staff also have experience with TalkBoost, Theraplay, Incredible Years Parenting, Early Birds and first aid.

 

Meet the team below:

 

 

This is our learning environment:

The children in Key Stage 1 remain in base class all day for their Key Stage 1 years with access to our mainstream classes as appropriate.

 

Gallery of Work

Please click on the crayon below to view our current topic work, learning walls and events gallery.  Your individual child's learning is also recorded on our online tapestry learning journal:

New Intake Transition Information

From Term 2 all of our children will be full time Monday to Friday 8.30am - 3pm. 

 

Useful Day to Day Information

Please note to begin our school year in September our PE day will be on a Tuesday, however, due to covid-19 your child/ren will be required to come into school on that day wearing their PE kit - with further joggers/sweatshirt dependent on the weather - as for Term 1 all PE will be held outside.  We will not be able to store any PE clothing/kit bags at this time on the premises.  Additional events may require our children to wear their PE clothes on a different day and you will be notified in advance.

 

Reading books and Communicate with Symbols, all Key Stage 1 children either have a reading book or a white folder or both.  We read with the children at least four times a week, however, to aid their progress it would be great if they could also read at home.  Please complete their reading log books where applicable.

 

For those children receiving homework, this is usually issued on Thursdays - consisting of spellings, mathseeds and handwriting.  These are shared activities and we value your support in assisting your child with their homework.

 

Library day is a Monday.  Yr1 and 2 are able to take library books home.  They choose these independently from a selection of fiction and non-fiction books.  These are again to share - the expectation is not for your child to read this independently, but to share the book.  All books need to be back on the following Monday in order that your child can choose a new book.

 

In the autumn and winter months we often take the children on winter walks, therefore please could warm coats and wellingtons (we will keep the wellies here) be brought into school. 

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