St James' CE Primary can take up to one class each year, but actually takes slightly fewer children. Classes have usually around 24 pupils.
Key information about the day-to-day running of St James' Primary School can be found here – everything from the price of a school dinner to important dates in the school year. If there remains something that you still need to know, we’re always happy to answer any questions you may have – call in or contact us.
This section is all about how you can join in and be part of our community.
St James' CE Primary is very much an active community. Pupils, parents / carers and staff at school are all important 'stakeholders' and we want everyone to have their say, to express their ideas and to keep on making our learning community a great place to be.
Every pupil at St James' CE Primary School is an enthusiastic, positive and expressive learner – but it's not just our children! We are all learners: we can keep on learning new methods, new facts, new points of view.
This section is all about learning and how parents / carers can support or join in the learning process.
Here in Foundation, one of the prime areasof learning is physical development.
The learning in this area focuses on a child’s independence with regards to their own health and safety and has important links to other areas of learning. Here are just a few of the lovely examples from this week of how physical development is supported and enjoyed in our classroom and outdoor area:
Well done, Foundation- another busy week with great examples of independent learning.
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