Class Teacher - Mrs K Porter

Teaching Assistant - Mrs J Bailey

We are a fantastic class family of two adults and 20 wonderful pupils who love learning and having fun along the way!

EYFS is an exciting year during which the children are encouraged to become enthusiastic, independent learners. All children are unique individuals and as we get to know our wonderful Acorns, their interests are interwoven into the learning that takes place very day within the different areas of continuous provision set up in our amazing classroom.

We adhere to the Statutory Framework of the EYFS and the four guiding principles that shape practice within Early Years settings. 

  • Every child is a unique child, who is constantly learning and can be resilient, capable, confident and self-assured.
  • Children learn to be strong and independent through positive relationships.
  • Children learn and develop well in enabling environments, in which their experiences respond to their individual needs and there is a strong partnership between practitioners and parents and/or carers.
  •  Children develop and learn in different ways and at different rates.


We want our pupils to feel safe, happy and thrive in their learning environment and endeavour to make each day count as your child begins their school journey with us. Please access the Tapestry website, on which you will be able to participate in adding to the evidence which will showcase your child's learning journey. 

Our themes this year will be:

Getting to know you.

Let's celebrate.

The big freeze.

The land before time.

How does your garden grow? and...

All things bright and beautiful.


To help communicate between class and home, we have Class Dojo which allows parents and school to keep in touch and see what the children in class have been learning. Check this app regularly for updates and information to support your child’s learning at home.

We also use some amazing online resources to support your child’s learning. ‘Bug club’ for home reading, ‘Numbots’ for maths and ‘Charanga’ for music. Please check your child’s log in details and have fun learning at home.

We hope you enjoy looking at our photos, which I am sure you will agree, show lots of fun and happiness being had in our amazing class!



It has been a very strange term but as we return to school on Monday the 8th of March, I know that everyone will be smiling and eager to learn.

I wonder who will be chosen to be our stars of the week?


Remember our 3 school rules!


                       Mrs Porter, Mrs Bailey and Acorns.




                      This week we have loved putting on our outdoor suits and wellies!

                   We have had lots of fun in the fantastic woodland around our school!



Acorns Timetable




Click here to access phonics play activities.                                      Click here to log on to Charanga music


Click here to access Numbots.                      Click here to log onto Purple mash   



Click here to access BBC bitesize           Click here to watch some helpful videos from LPDS             Click here for home readers


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