Welcome to Class 1

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Hello and welcome to class one; a classroom full of discovery, exploration, fun and laughter. It is such a huge honour and pleasure to be the classroom that welcomes children and their families into our special Eastnor family and starts them on their Eastnor journey. A journey which for some of us, myself included, has now lasted over 20 years.

The child’s first year at Eastnor promises to be an exciting one, full of adventure, growth and enjoyment. Every child at Eastnor is celebrated for who they are and every individual triumph they achieve is recognised and marked. Our core ethos of “Do Everything in Love” (1 Corinthians 16:14), along with our Christian values, embed everything we do at Eastnor and we hope that your child feels loved and valued from the minute they walk through the school gates.

Developing children’s individuality and encouraging their passions is high on the agenda at Eastnor and this begins the minute the children set foot in class one on their very first day at big school. Myself (Miss Fisher) and the wonderful Mrs Layton encourage the children to thrive by nurturing their passions, interests and individual personalities whilst offering a safe and loving environment where the children are happy, have fun and feel loved.

At Eastnor we believe children learn best when they are exploring and discovering for themselves, in class one we adopt a play based approach to learning which allows the children to delve deeper and build on their current knowledge with wonder and imagination. The children have access to both indoor and outdoor learning spaces all year round and you will often find us exploring our beautiful local surroundings or in our school allotment – whatever the weather!

Please take a look at our weekly newsletters to gain a deeper insight into life at Eastnor and please do come and visit us. Class one is always full of friendly faces and a make believe cup of tea.

Miss Fisher

Long Term Plans for Class 1

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