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.





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Noah’s Ark Zoo Farm

This term we have been learning about different animals and the grouups they can be sorted into so we went to the zoo to meet some ‘real’ animals. We saw mamals, repitles, birds and fish. During the workshop Ruth told us all about Afica and the different habitiats that the animals live in, we learnt lots of interesting facts. Then we met ‘Colin’ the hissing cockroach and a royal python. We all listened really carefully and were really sensible when we walked around the zoo. Look at some of the pictures of our great day at the zoo.

Vet’s Visit

On Friday we had a visit from Mark who works at Vet’s Barn in Longhope. He told us all about how to look after our pets and showed us some of the things they use to help make animals better.

Mrs Goulding had to dress in ‘scrubs’ which a vet wears when they perform an operation.

Mark brought ‘Dexter’ the ‘sausage dog’ who was 8 months old to see us- he was very excitable and cute! We enjoyed stroking him.

Christening Service

Class stream have been cleaning about ‘Being Special’ and how children are welcomed into ‘The Church Family’. We met Rev. Lara Bloom in Church and participated in a Christening Service to learn what happens during Infant Baptism.

We looked at different clothes that might be worn at a Christening.

Olivia and Teo played the part of Mum and Dad and named the baby Buttercup. She had two ‘girl’ Godparents and one ‘boy’ Godparent.

We learnt about the symbols of light and water and how the Bible is like a map for Christians showing them the way to live.

Then we went to the back of the Church to the Font to baptize baby Buttercup.

We listened very carefully and learnt lots. Thank you Lara.

Making crumble

Year One made blackberry and apple crumble with the blackberries we had picked. We chopped the apples carefully using making either a ‘bridge’ or ‘claw’ shape with our fingers. Then we ‘rubbed’ the butter into the flour and added sugar to make the crumble. When it was cooked we all tasted it! 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 stocks’ which were used a long time ago. We learnt our address and found the postbox so we could post a letter home.


Huntley’s Covid Time Capsule!

On Wednesday 21st July 2021, we buried our Covid Time Capsule. It was really exciting to see the things that were going into the capsule and to think that in many years, the future children at Huntley School will find out all about what life has been like for us over the last 18 months!… Continue Reading

Our Visit to Huntley On Sea!

Classes Ocean and Stream had a wonderful time at Ocean on Sea this morning. We loved taking part in all of the activities and having fun with our friends and buddies! A huge thank you to the PTFA for all of their hard work in organising such a memorable and exciting event!! Continue Reading

Seaside Day!

We have been learning about the seaside this term. We have located seaside resorts on a map and found out what it was like to go the seaside in the past but the best event was ‘seaside day’ organised by the PTFA for the whole school. We had a great time on the field eating… Continue Reading