Year 1/2

Crocus Class : Key Stage 1

Key Stage 1 children at Inkpen School are encouraged to be as independent as possible. They enjoy challenges and work eagerly and co-operatively to do their best.

PE is taught twice a week (at least once a week by a qualified sports coach) developing not only their physical skills but also spatial-awareness, listening and team-building skills.

Forest School is weekly for Year1 and once a term for Year2 ; where they learn in the local woodland led by trained Forest-School staff members.

Y1 & 2 ROAR Topic Autumn 2017

Yr1-2 Summer 2017

Year1/2 Spring Term 2017

Year 1/2 Autumn 2 2016

Year 1/2 Autumn 1 Term 2016
Crocus Class Summer 2016

 

 

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Latest Events

Thurs 21st Sept Police Assembly all Years

Mon 25th Sept European Day of Languages Parents Assembly 9am

Weds 27th Sept- National Fitness Day

Tues 3rd Oct 3.30pm Welcome session for Parents in Classrooms

Weds 4th Oct Reception class Photo for Newbury Weekly News Supplement

Fri 6th Oct - Yr3/4 Visit to  Egyptians Exhibition

Weds 11th Oct- Yr5/6 5 a side Football Tournament

Weds 11th Oct- Infants Harvest Festival Visit Newbury Showground

Tues 17th Oct Open Day & Evening 10am-2pm & 6pm-7pm

Fri 20th Oct Flu vaccinations for Years 1-4 inclusive

Fri 20th Oct last day of term school ends 3.15pm

Mon 30th Oct New Term starts

Tues 31st Nov Individual School Photos- all year groups & Inkspots

Sat 18th Nov Sportshall Indoor Championships at Park House School

Fr 24th Nov Yr5/6 Lantern Making Workshop re Corn Exchanges annual Lantern Parade

Thurs 14th Dec Christmas Dinner

Thurs 14th Dec The Borrowers Christmas Pantomime Watermill Theatre

Weds 20th Dec last day of term -school ends 2pm

PC Hawkett Visit

A very interesting assembly with PC Hawkett talking to the children and giving them an opportunity to ask questions about the Police and their role in society.

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Farmhouse Breakfast Feb 2016

To celebrate the most important meal of the day, a visit for the morning to the children in Yr3/4, Pheasant class by Newbury District Agricultural Societies Education Officer Jan Murray who engaged the children in making breakfast smoothies, porridge, planting seeds and learning about milk and how to milk a cow. A very enjoyable educational […]

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