Class 1 Curriculum Information

Welcome to Class One 

Reception - Mrs Allen

In Class 1 we really value the relationships we form with parents and work hard to ensure our children have a happy and secure start to school. We aim to provide the very best start to primary schooling.

We enjoy learning by investigating the world around us. We encourage and support each child’s growing independence as well as nurture lifelong learning. Children are given the opportunity to explore their surroundings through creative and independent learning experiences.

One of our priorities in Class 1 is the teaching of Phonics, daily, to aid the children’s learning. We hold a Parents' Information Evening early in the Autumn term which includes a focus on Phonics so that parents can help their child at home.

  • Writing Mud Pie recipes.

  • Giving instructions to our partners to follow.

  • Guided reading and Word Tin words.

  • Reading words with sh, ch, th, qu in them.

  • To count,up to 20 objects accurately.

  • To recognise and name numbers to 20.

  • To write numbers to 20.

  • To count in 10’s to 100.

  • To compare plants from different parts of the world. How have they adapted to thier environment?

  • Music with Mr McCloy

  • Continue with the P.E unit:Thembi Walks the Tightrope. To practice a small base static balance.

  • Special Person

  • Show and tell.

  • To explore and use the mud Kitchen.
  • Finish writing our days of the week zig zag books.

  • Guided reading and Word Tin words.

  • Reading words with ay, ar, or, ow

  • To describe and continue a pattern.

  • To predict what comes next in a pattern.

  • To name and describe 2D and 3D shapes.

  • To make flowers and use them to change the garden centre into a florist.

  • To continue investigating what grass seeds need to grow, by changing the growing conditions.

  • To start making a jungle den, with flowers and leaves to decorate it.

  • Music with Mr McCloy

  • Start a new  P.E unit:Thembi Walks the Tightrope. To practice a small base static balance.

  • Special Person

  • Show and tell.

  • To explore and use the mud Kitchen.


PE Home challenge: If you have to wait in a line try lifting your heels up and balance.

  • Writing a bean diary, as our seeds grow.

  • Guided reading and Word Tin words.

  • Reading words with ow, ou, 00 and oo..

  • To use everday language to talk about time.

  • To sequence familiar events.

  • To name and order days of the week.

  • To explore feelings of giving and recieving flowers. Share their experiences of situations where we give flowers to others.

  • To continue investigating what grass seeds need to grow, by changing the growing conditions.

  • Music with Mr McCloy

  • Start a new  P.E unit:Thembi Walks the Tightrope. To practice a small base static balance.

  • Special Person

  • Show and tell.

  • To explore and use the mud Kitchen.


PE Home challenge: If you have to wait in a line try lifting your heels up and balance.

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About Us

Situated in the picturesque village of Staverton, our small village school is a well established and integral part of the local community. We enjoy very secure links with our local church, St. Mary's, and the strong Christian ethos and family feel within our school is shared with all of our visitors. In August 2014, our school became an academy, joining the Peterborough Diocese Education Trust. 

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Contact Details

Staverton CE Primary School
Glebe Lane,
Staverton, Daventry,
Northamptonshire
NN11 6JF
Tel: 01327 703154

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