Week 3

Please see our weekly learning at the bottom of this page.

Week 2

It was lovely to meet with so many of you over the last two evenings and wonderful for you to see some of the children’s work and to share in their learning – thank you for attending and I look forward to meeting with a few more parents/carers  who were unable to make these dates but have booked a time to come and see me. Thank you for your continued support!
As I am sure you are all aware the children have now filled their marble jar and have chosen to celebrate with cake and a drink this Friday afternoon. Our first class treat – Well done Class One!

Week 1

Please see our weekly learning at the bottom of this page.

I look forward to seeing everyone at parents/carers evenings this week. Thank you to everyone who has signed up, I am always happy to meet with you after school on a different day if these two evenings are not suitable for you. The children have really settled in well and have produced some fantastic work. They are rightly proud of their books and are keen for you to share their learning.

Welcome back to Term 2

I hope you’ve all enjoyed a well deserved break and are ready for the new term and lots of exciting learning. The overview for this Term is available at the bottom of the page as well as a brief synopsis of our learning for Week 1 of Term 2. This is a very busy and exciting term as we put together our Christmas production of Lights, Camel, Action!

Important dates for your diary!
KS1 Christmas Production – Monday 11th December 6pm in the village hall
Tuesday 12th December 1:30pm in the village hall. (Start time to be confirmed!)

We look forward to seeing you there!

More details will follow as the children audition for parts and rehearsals begin!



Thank you so much to all the parents / grandparents / carers that attended our picnic this afternoon. Here are some photos to share with you of the children preparing the food. We hope that you all enjoyed yourselves.

The final week of Term 1

How quickly this first term has passed! Thank you to the parents who attended our Harvest assembly and the generous food contributions that were made. I hope you were impressed by the Harvest loaves made by Class One.

We have a really exciting final week – I hope that parents / carers have received their invitation to our class picnic on Wednesday afternoon. The children will be instruction writing followed by preparing sandwiches and picnic snacks in the morning. They will still require their normal lunch, the picnic is to give our learning a real-life purpose and to show the new skills that they have been acquiring. Thank you for the many replies that we have already received.

I wondered if it would also be possible to incorporate a book swap next week? If your child has read a book and would like to swap it with another member of our class, please allow them to bring the book to school and I’ll sort out a slot in which this can take place. The children are really enthused by reading and it is wonderful see that most of them are now reading every day. Although they enjoy reading to me, I think the highlight is really reading with Sally and her dog Henry.

On Thursday, Diwali is celebrated in the UK and I have arranged for a visitor to come to Class One and to teach the children in a fun way.

Term finishes on Friday at the normal time. I would like to take this opportunity to thank you for your continued support. Please keep visiting our class page, photos will be added over half term. As always our weekly learning is accessible at the bottom of this page and a new termly overview will be added during half term.

I hope that you all have a lovely October half-term break. The children should be congratulated on having settled so well and working so incredibly hard – I am very proud of their achievements and enthusiasm for learning.



Please find attached, for your information, the Curriculum Newsletter from the curriculum evening.

Next week, weather permitting, I am planning to take the children on an Autumn walk (Tuesday 3rd October). Thank you for your continued support and the 2p pieces that the children are bringing in as our counting challenge for this term.

Curriculum letter September 2017

Thank You!

Thank you to all the parents / carers who attended the curriculum meeting – your support is much appreciated and I was very pleased to see and meet so many of you. However, I do understand that it is not always possible to attend such meetings and therefore letters were sent home the following day for those parents / carers who were unable to make it. If you have any queries with regards to this please come and see me.

Your children have all made such a good start to this new academic year, I am very proud of the choices they are making. Please keep visiting this page as I will be putting up dates for an Autumn Walk and our picnic (probably indoor, judging by the weather)!

Thank you for your continued support.

Welcome to Class One

I hope you all enjoyed a fantastic Summer break and are ready for the fun things I have planned for the year ahead. Please visit this page regularly to see photos and keep updated on our learning.

A Welcome Meeting for all parents/carers of children in Class 1 will be held next Tuesday, 19th September straight after the end of the school day in the Class 1 classroom. I look forward to meeting as many of you as possible.

If you would like to contact me then you can email mrstudge@stantonharcourtschool.org.uk. I am also always available at the end of the day for any concerns or questions you may have.

Below you will find the termly overview to inform you of the exciting things we are learning during this first term.

Best wishes

Mrs Tudge

Class News and Curriculum Information