Please see curriculum information below
Care & Play is Lady K’s pre-school and before/after school club provision.
Set in the grounds of the school, this stand-alone unit has its own dedicated team and resources including a secure garden.
Pre-school provision is available for age 2 upwards and according to Ofsted (2019) “The early years is a strength of the school. Children get off to a flying start in the provision for two-year-olds.”
A selection of comments from parents/children following a recent Care and Play questionnaire: “Care and Play is an amazing provision. You provide a safe, secure and nurturing environment both physically and mentally for my child.” “It is just a fantastic place, nothing but highly thought of, testament of the staff.” “Atmosphere is great and the children and parents are happy.” “Warm and friendly.”
Some parent comments following our Graduation Morning on 10th July: “We had a lovely morning at the graduation event. It’s so nice to see how well the children have come on throughout their time at Care and Play”. “Such a wonderful setting where they are all nurtured”. “Thank you for all the effort that was put into a very special day”.
In Nursery, we pride ourselves on offering a fun, stimulating and caring environment.
We encourage and promote active learning through all seven areas of the Early Years Foundation Stage curriculum: Personal, Social and Emotional Development, Physical Development, Communication and Language, Literacy, Mathematics, Understanding the World and Expressive Arts.
At Lady Katherine Leveson C of E Primary School, we do not make a distinction between work and play. Children learn through planned play activities and staff will decide when child-initiated or adult-led play activities would provide the most effective learning opportunities. We provide stimulating and challenging learning activities that promote independence. Each child’s knowledge, skills and enjoyment in all areas of the curriculum are developed whilst building on prior learning.
Miss Welland (Teacher)
Mrs Tonks (Learning Support)
Welcome to Year 3. We are all so pleased to be back at school with our friends and getting stuck into our learning. In our class we are WILD about reading, and we think books are roarsome!!
We need our reading books (and diaries) in school every day.
Miss Miss Gaywood (Y3 Teacher)
Mrs Heger (Learning Support)
Welcome to Year 6! We are all so excited about the year ahead. We know that we have a lot of work to do; however will also know that with the support of our parents and the hard work and determination of our wonderful children, anything is possible. Difficult roads often lead to beautiful destinations and your journey through year 6 will be no different. Believe;strive;achieve!
Mrs Anderson (Y6 Teacher)
Mrs Williams (Y6 Teacher)
Mrs Marwaha (Learning Support)
Mrs Angell-Owen (Learning Support)