Our Classes

Orange Starfish

EYFS Starfish

Our Reception (EYFS) class is called Starfish.  It is led by Mr Wildman and Miss Whittaker.  Starfish have an incredible classroom and their own outside area which boasts a climbing frame, mud kitchen, scooter track, large sand pit and stage.

Yellow goby fish

Year 1 Goby Fish

Our Year 1 class is called Goby Fish.  Goby Fish is led by Miss Hunt and Mr Horscroft.  Goby Fish have a large airy classroom and even have their own a 'reading loft'. They have their own outside space with room for a water area and sand tray.

Striped Jellyfish

Year 2 Jellyfish

Our Year 2 class is called Jellyfish.  Jellyfish class are led by Miss Skilton and Mrs Parsons.  Jellyfish have a direct door to the large spacious field, where they can access more space for their learning or for story time.

They have a spare learning area called 'The Lighthouse' opposite their classroom which they use for group work such as phonics. 

Seal pup sitting on rocks, looking at camera

Year 3 Seals

Our Year 3 class is called Seals. Seal Class is led by Miss Funnell and Miss Holligan.  Our Seals class has a direct door to the large spacious field, where they can go to develop their learning or for playtimes.

White Anemone

Year 4 Anemones

Our Year 4 class is called Anemones. Anemones is led by Mrs Love and Mrs Horscroft.  Our Anemones class has a direct door to the playground and to a terrace overlooking the play areas. The class can access the terrace for extra space for their learning or for reading in the sun!

Kittiwake in flight

Year 5 Kittiwakes

Our Year 5 class is called Kittiwakes.  Kittiwakes class is led by Mrs Stubbs, Mrs Millar and Mrs Simpson.   Kittiwakes has a door, directly onto a terrace above the playground so they can see what is happening.  They can use this area when the need to and open their doors for fresh air!

Head of a squawking seagull facing left

Year 6 Seagulls

Our Year 6 class is called Seagulls. Seagulls is led by Mr Ridley and Miss Johnson.  Seagulls has a door leading to the field and round to the playground.  Their classroom sits at the back of the school with views over the field and play area.