Welcome to our School!
We're so sorry you can't come and have a look round our school at the moment.
This page may help you get a little bit more information about our lovely school!
Start of the Day
End of the Day
8.55am – 9.10am
Leave at 3.20pm
CLASS 1 – Please enter the yard through the car park near Chatburn Library and enter and exit through the Class 1 door.
The children will all be given a school book bag donated by The Friends of Chatburn School (FOCS)
They will all have their own plastic cup in the classroom and access to drinking water throughout the day. The cups are washed in the dishwasher every day.
In September, children will need the usual 1 red school PE t-shirt , 1 pair of black shorts and 1 pair of black pumps.
On PE days they will come to school in their PE kits, school sweatshirt and trainers instead of school uniform. They can wear leggings/joggers rather than their shorts if it's cold.
PE bags kept in school will contain 1 spare plain t shirt (school logo not needed) and their black pumps please.
Please don't forget to put names in every item of clothing.
Meet your teacher, Mrs Fisher and have a look round our Reception classroom.
Here are some 'Top Tips' from our current Reception Class children about starting school !
A Letter to the children from Mrs Gardiner.
Send us your pictures of yourself and your favourite things!
My First Day at School
Help your child build an avatar then explore what the first day of school might be like by having a go at classroom activities, playing in the playground and more....
Activities and advice for parents of children starting school
Please click on the links below
When your child starts school, phonics becomes a big part of everyday life, transforming them from a non-reader to a child who is capable of reading fluently and hopefully spelling accurately by the end of Year 2.
Early phonics teaching in nursery and at the start of Reception focuses on developing children’s listening skills.
In Phase 1 phonics, children are taught about:
- Environmental sounds
- Instrumental sounds
- Body percussion (e.g. clapping and stamping)
- Rhythm and rhyme
- Voice sounds
- Oral blending and segmenting (e.g. hearing that d-o-g makes ‘dog’)
Typical activities for teaching Phase 1 phonics include 'listening' walks, playing and identifying instruments, action songs, learning rhymes and playing games like I Spy.
This phase is intended to develop children’s listening, vocabulary and speaking skills.