stream1In Class Stream we love to learn by being active and have a creative, enjoyable and supportive environment where the children learn to be independent. The Reception children follow the EYFS Curriculum (see Curriculum section) and the Year 1 children follow the National Curriculum.

We cover six topics a year on a two year rolling programme and aim to incorporate an interesting trip into each to bring our ‘learning to life’. We enjoy Forest School sessions each week either in the woods or the nature area.


Autumn 2020 Curriculum Overview: Marvellous me!





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Blackberry Picking

Year One had fun picking blackberries from the hedge in the school field. We then practiced our cooking skills by chopping apples and making a crumble topping. We shred the crumble with the Reception children-IT WAS YUMMY!

Village Walk

We went for a walk around the village to find out about where we live. We followed a map so we didn’t get lost!. We especially liked seeing the cows in the field. We learnt our address and found the postbox so we could post a letter home.

Visit to We the Curious

Class Stream and River went to ‘We the Curious’ in Bristol to find out about different materials. We participated in a workshop to explore which material was best for building a house.

  What happened to the paper when it got wet?

What happened to the brick and wood when the flame was lit?

We built a wall and overlapped the bricks to make it stronger.

We had fun exploring and experimenting with all the activities in the museum. Which was your favourite activity?



Finding out where wool comes from

Mrs Credland came to tell us all about her Gotland sheep and how she uses their wool to make different things.    carding the wool   Look how big the fleece is! What did it feel like? Continue Reading

Shared Writing Week

Shared Writing Week This week we have enjoyed Shared Writing Week across school. In every class we have explored the book by Kobi Yamada called ‘WHAT DO YOU DO WITH AN IDEA?’. The writing that we completed this week was shared across the whole school! The book follows a young boy who suddenly gets an… Continue Reading

Visit to The Wild Place Project

We had a lovely sunny and dry day out at The Wild Place Project in Bristol. We saw bears, geladas, giraffes, cheetahs, okapi,,meerkats and lemurs. We learnt about how we can classify animals into different groups and went on a trail through the woods. It was a great day out and we listened really carefully. Continue Reading

Village Walk

We went for a walk around Huntley to learn about some of the places that are there. We followed our route on a map. Can you remember the names of these places? We found the post box so that we could a letter to our house. Continue Reading