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About Us

 

The school is pleasantly situated close to the town centre on the south side of Luton. 

Children are admitted into the Reception classes the September after their fourth birthday. The majority transfer from our own Nursery unit. A minority of children transfer from Chapel Street Nursery, Rothesay Nursery and other pre-school settings. 

 

Class organisation is as follows:

  • Three Reception classes
  • Three Year 1 classes
  • Three Year 2 classes

 

The school has been extended and refurbished extensively over the past few years. The nine classrooms all feature areas for independent, group and whole class learning, and a large interactive whiteboard. The purpose built Reception unit, also comprises of an extra classroom which homes a very popular role play area amongst other learning spaces. This leads outside into our newly built outdoor classroom. 

 

Our Nursery is in a separate building, but shares it's outdoor classroom with the Reception unit. The Nursery features exciting learning spaces, including role play, book corners and soft play area. 

 

The centre of the school is our multi-use school hall. The hall houses a range of gymnastic equipment and sports equipment that all pupils access as part of their physical education lessons. It is also used daily for assemblies, music sessions, drama and group activities. The hall is also where family and information sessions, WOW productions and our read, lead succeed breakfast sessions are held. It transforms into our school's dining hall at lunchtime, where children enjoy selecting their meal from the extensive menu provided by our on-site catering team. 

 

A recently refurbished research suite provides a learning space for all pupils to immerse themselves into a wide range of books. Pupils can relax with a story, research using the selection of non-fiction books and borrow a book during our weekly library sessions. This room also has 30 computers and an interactive whiteboard, where pupils can develop their computing skills, as well as use the computers to assist their research. 

 

Our wellbeing room is a multi sensory space for pupils to relax and unwind. It is also used for small group learning and story sessions. 

 

All pupils have access to the school's outdoor areas including a large hard surfaced playground, an adventure playground, a magical toadstool circle with story telling throne and a playing field. 

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