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Our School


The old Victorian school building was replaced by the current building in 1974. It has been extended over the years to provide excellent accommodation to meet the needs of the children and new developments in teaching and learning. It is situated within its own extensive landscaped grounds.


The accommodation consists of four classrooms, an Early Years Foundation Stage Unit, a library, and a hall, which is used for morning collective worship, as a dining room, a gymnasium and a general function room. The school has its own kitchen which is used for the preparation and service of meals and an out-of-school club room. There are four sets of toilets with facilities for the disabled, and two separate cloakroom areas. The Early Years Foundation Stage Unit, completed in 2010, has its own toilets, cloakroom and fenced outdoor play area.


The front entrance to school is ramped. There is a small entrance hall, adult cloakrooms, an office, Head Teacher’s office and staffroom. There is also a fully equipped disabled toilet facility/ hygiene room.


Outside there large grassed playing fields, a large tarmac playground, an adventure playground for older children and soft play surface with slide and train for younger ones. An environmental area has been developed to enhance our study of local habitats and wildlife and children grow fruit and vegetables in our greenhouse and kitchen garden.


The school car park has a disabled parking bay close to the ramped entrance and there is tactile signage throughout. The school has an accessibility plan which identifies areas for development.

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