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St James' Church of England

Primary School & Nursery


 Welcome to Rainbow Class!

Class teacher: Miss Griffiths

 LSA's: Mrs Burling & Miss Fussel


We hope you enjoy exploring our class page.


Sports Day

What a fabulous day we all had at sports day! The children were all superstars and had lots of fun taking part in the different activities. Well done everyone!


Please enjoy looking at the pictures…


This half term our topic is 'Oceans Treasures'! We are learning about the amazing phenomenon that is the sea. What sea animals can you see in the picture below?



To fit in with our topic our eco focus is 'Marine Life'. We are exploring the negative impact of plastic in our seas and waters.




Our Talk4Writting book is...

 'Somebody Stole Stanley'.

In the story we follow Stanely's journey as a plastic bag who is lost in the ocean..

Wow Wall

Look at all the fabulous work we have done that has made our teachers say WOW...

Development Matters

Development matters is the tool we use to plan and assess in Early Years. Please explore the document and the expectations for your child's age.


Early Years Foundation Stage Curriculum

The Early Years Foundation Stage Curriculum (EYFS) is made up of 3 prime areas and 4 specific areas.


Prime Areas:
Personal, Social and Emotional Development (PSED)
Communication and Language (C&L)
Physical Development 


Specific Areas:
Understanding of the World (UoW)
Expressive Arts and Design (EAD)


Here are a few pictures of our classroom environment...

Busy Learning 

In our classroom environments, both inside and out, we have lots of fun activities. These activities cover all areas of the EYFS curriculum. We complete these independently and we call it 'busy learning'.


Take a look at some of our 'busy learning' pictures below. What can you see?


Religious Education   

We are a Church of England school and this a big part of our curriculum. A St James' child values the fruits of the spirt in everything that they do. The fruits of the spirt are; Love, Joy, Peace, Patience, Kindness, Goodness, Gentleness, Faithfulness, & Self-Control.




How do you show the fruits of the spirit?




We have been learning all about how Hindu's celebrate Diwali. We had great fun making our own Rangoli Patterns and Diva Cups. We even tried some Indian food...

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