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Welcome to Foxes! 

We have fun in Foxes!

Foxes Class is in the Lower School and is primarily a Key Stage 1 class, the age of pupils range from 4 - 8 years old. The curriculum is designed to continue to build on the play skills developed in Badgers Class and to develop the skills needed for learning. We work hard on early Literacy and Numeracy skills and developing the communication skills of all our learners.


We learn about a different topic each half term and our activities are themed around this. Learning takes place through sensory activities, stories, play and focussed tasks. We like to explore the world around us through experimental play and outdoor learning.


Foxes also focus daily on developing literacy skills through a Comprehensive Literacy Programme.  All children take part in reading, writing and letters and sounds each day.   Stories and role play bring books alive, with pupils encouraged to interact with props and sensory activities. We use a range of PODD books, Makaton signing and high tech devices to support our communication. We work hard to enable all our pupils to communicate and express their needs, wishes, feelings and personalities.



Here are some of the activities we enjoy in Foxes.

We like to explore outside and around our local community.











Foxes join the rest of Lower School on the playground at lunchtime




We develop our literacy skills throughout all activities and we love bringing our shared stories to life.









We also learn maths throughout the day







Most of all we love to learn and have fun in Foxes









Foxes Class Newsletter

Meet the Staff



                           Katie Bedford                Mirada Hoogewerf                   Tara Cooper

                          Class Teacher                   Class Teacher               Classroom Assistant



                             Angela Dunk               Amber Thompson               Rebecca Stanton

                                  SNCA                              SNCA                                 SNCA


Megan Roberts