Welcome to our new website!


Welcome to class Elm's home page. We hope you find the page useful and enjoy seeing what your child has been doing.

We aim to make your child's first year at school fun and engaging, setting them up to enjoy learning for a very  long time.


If you have any queries or concerns, please come and speak to the Class Elm team either in the morning or after school at the door. If you feel that you need to speak about something more in-depth, then please make an appointment for after school.

Mrs Davies and Mrs Miller

Our School Councillors!
Our School Councillors!

Topics for the Year

Autumn Term


Book Worms - Julia Donaldson

A is for Autumn

Winter Wonderland

Spring Term

Where in the World...?

Once upon a rain drop

The land of Far Far away

Summer Term

People Who Help Us 

A Bug's Life



Meet George! He is our friendly class Giraffe. George wants to go home with a different child each week and go on lots of adventures. He hopes the rest of the class will take him on some great experiences too!..........

We love reading in class Elm. Check out our reading corner where you can make yourself comfy, look at a book, re-tell stories and find the teacher's recommended read of the week ;-)  

Please remember to write in your child's reading diary when you have read with them at home.


Class Elm will be going down to Forest School, which is located on our school site, on a Wednesday morning. At Forest School, children will be experiencing the outdoors and will be learning about a variety of topics, including different types of trees, minibeasts and also learning some maths and english outdoors as well.

Children will need;

  • A spare set of clothes that you don't mind getting muddy!
  • A pair of wellies.
  • A carrier bag for wellies and a bag to put the clothes in.

Please ensure that all clothes are labelled.

Forest School 25/9/19-We enjoyed getting very muddy!

Class Elm are taking part in a weekly RAINBOW CHALLENGE!

In Elm Class, we have a rainbow challenge which encourages the children to complete activities around the room. The different activities and areas help your child with learning new skills.


The areas in the classroom are:

  • Construction Area
  • Creative Area
  • Finger Gym
  • Maths Area
  • Phonics Area
  • Reading Area
  • Writing Area



White Post Farm visit 19/09/19

 White Post Farm came to Coppice Farm on a visit this afternoon and bought with them some furry friends! Elm Class got the chance to meet; ducklings, chicks, rabbits, rats, guinea pigs, geckos, bearded lizards and even a snake and a tarrantula! All the children were really brave and touched or held some of the animals, check out our pictures below!


Click on a thumbnail to enlarge the picture! 

Autumn Term Newsletter