Welcome to Foundation Stage! We work with children from three to five years and follow the Early Years Foundation Stage curriculum. We have a FS1 Base (Nursery) and a FS2 Base (Reception) with six full-time members of staff who are: Miss Smith, Mrs Thompson, Mrs Hurst, Mrs Stephens, Mrs Hotchkiss and Mrs Byrne.
During children’s time in Foundation Stage they will cover three prime areas of learning through child led and adult led activities. The prime areas are: Communication and Language, Physical Development and Personal, Social and Emotional Development. These prime areas are the most essential to a child’s healthy development and future learning.
They will also cover four specific areas which are: Literacy, Mathematical Development, Understanding the World and Expressive Arts and Design. We work closely together as a Foundation Stage team and with the rest of Angram Bank School. We take part in Achievement Day, termly Parents Evening, parent workshops and fundraising events. Children get on the Angram Bank bus in our Foundation Stage and continue on an exciting learning journey!
We take effective and thoughtful action to promote and design a wide range of opportunities to develop pupils spiritual, moral, social, cultural and physical well being. This enables our pupils to thrive in a supportive and positive climate for learning.
Welcome to Y1/2! Our teachers are Miss Mallard, Mrs Bell and Miss Holmshaw. Miss Staley, Mrs Wood and Mrs Marsden are also here to help. We are all busy bees and love to grow our brains.
Be kind and help your brain grow, get on the values rainbow!
Welcome to Y3/4! You will find Miss Atkin, Miss Leesley and Miss Nicholson teaching a wide range of lessons in lower Key Stage Two. Miss Larkin and Miss Halewood are around each day to support our learning. We hope you enjoy reading our regular blog updates showcasing our learning.
Welcome to Y5/6! Mr Jacklin, Miss Hope and Miss Heath are the teachers in these year groups. Mrs Mee and Mrs Ashton, our teaching assistants, support our learning and take groups to extend English and maths skills. We hope you enjoy reading our blogs and learning challenge posters which outline and showcase what we are learning about!
Are you looking for something ‘egg-citing’ to do over the Easter holidays?
There are lots of fun and exciting activities taking place outside of normal school hours in different places across Sheffield and beyond where children and young people can collect learning credits. These credits will be added to the ones some children collect in some schools to earn Children’s University Awards. To collect these credits, they need a Passport to Learning. These are available to purchase at Sheffield libraries and some Learning Destinations. Remember, the credits lead to a series of 30 special award certificates and badges. Please check out the Sheffield CU Activity Newsletter Easter 2017 for more information.