The School Hall
A beautifully bright space. Here we hold collective worship; Friday celebration collective worships open to parents; lunches; indoor PE for our younger children, and music lessons. All rooms come offfrom the hall so it is at the heart of our school.
Our fantatsically well stocked library is brilliantly organised and run by our wonderful volunteers. It is a lovely space for the children to relax and enjoy exploring books and also to learn in small focus groups.
Oak Class (YR and Y1)
Oak Class is a delightfully spacious learning environment for our Reception children and some of our Y1s. It has an additional wet-are for creative arts and it's own set of toilets. It has free-flowing doors to the extensive outdoor learning opportunities for the younger children.
Oak Class outdoor learning environmentWith a large portion of this undercover the children can continually explore ourtdoor learning with confidence.
Elm Class (Y1 and Y2)
Elm Class is a very large and bright classroom for our Y1s and Y2s. It has a window running all the way down one side with access onto the playground and straight out to it's own dedicated outdoor learning environment.
Elm Class outdoor learning environment
To enable the transition from YR to Y1 to be the best it can be Elm Class has it's own dedicated outdoor learning environment.
Fir Class (Y3 and Y4)
Fir class is another large, bright and airy classroom with a beautiful panoramic view over the village. The corridor outside of Fir is a calm space for the children to relax and read.
Ash Class (Y5 and Y6)
Ash class is a lovely large classroom with it's own dedicated cloakroom for our older children, and quck access to i-pads in our IT Store to enhance their research across the curriculum. It also has it's own outside 'quad' for additional space in warmer weather for learning and for those 'messy' science experiments.
A small but perfectly formed office space - very welcoming for parents and visitors. Mrs Fiander and Mrs Brown affectionately nickname it the broom cupboard.
A lovely space for the children to play - with lots of markings on the floor and walls to encourage activity. The art on the walls was done by all the children. There is a trike store for the KS1 children to use trikes on the playground and there is a 'playshed' for those who would like to do creative arts at playtime.
Extended play space, Play Trail and Reflection Garden
Just off the playground is our extended play area with table tennis tables and a play trail for the children to extend the challenge to their play. There is also a reflection garden for the children to use if they want to sit quietly with friends, or to think about loved ones or to offer a prayer.
The Cedar room is a beautiful, calming space. It is used for small group work for those children who need a calm space to discuss their emotions or worries.
Our school field enjoys such beautiful views of the local hillsides, sheep and horses of the wider community. It has a full sized football picture, running track, 'copse areas' with trees, 'rolling down' slope, willow trail, dedicated toy car dirt track, long-jump pit, and welly boot shed. We go on the field in all weathers so every child has their own pair of wellington boots in the welly shed.
Outdoor Classroom and Jubilee Garden
We have our own dedicated Outdoor classroom used for outdoor learning and 'story-telling'. The Jubilee Garden has our own fruit trees.
Forest School Area
We have a dedicated forest school area that includes areas for den building, mini-beast hunts, growing our own vegetables and fruits, wild cooking on our own dedicated fire pit area, and cooking our own pizzas in our own outdoor pizza oven.
Wiltshire Wildlife Conservation Area
Just up the lane is the Wiltshire Wildlife Area that all of our classes regularly explore.
Village Hall, Village Play Area, Village Tennis Courts
We are very fortunate to have regular access to the Village hall for indoor PE for our older children and for our class productions.
The village Play Area is regularly visited by KS1 for more adventurous play.
The Village Tennis Courts are used in the summer to extend the sporting opportunities for our children.