Classes

Showcasing what we learn

Class Assemblies and Open Classrooms

Each class will hold two assemblies a year where the children will be able to share their curriculum successes with their parents, carers and any other relations. These will either be on a Thursday or a Friday starting at 9am, followed by an open classroom where parents and visitors can look at the work in the classroom. Please check the calendar for the dates.

Our school is organised into seven classes on the basis of age.

Children transfer from one class to another in September. Teaching assistants are used throughout the school to support the class teachers and provide additional support for children with special needs.

Children and Young People - Keeping you safe in your home and online

Click here for support and advice

NEW! Wiltshire Libraries - events calendar for July!

Click here for their calendar of events for the week commencing 6 July 2020.

Click here for a flyer about Author Talk Tuesdays.

Please click here for information about downloading eBooks and eAudiobooks from Wiltshire Libraries.

Summer Reading Challenge 2020 - read 6 books (or more!) over the summer holidays

The Summer Reading Challenge is an annual event aimed at 4-11 year olds. Click here for more details

"Ten Pieces at Home" BBC Teach - a perfect way to listen to, enjoy and create music....

Click here for a link to weekly primary school activities on the BBC website which includes a Ten Pieces film to watch and enjoy and a linked creative activity.

Radioblogging.net

Click here for daily shows with interactive activities to keep everyone busy and engaged, brought to you by Pie Corbett, Deputy Mitchell, Ian Rockley and Russell Prue. Just listen and blog. It's live, fun and interactive with new educational tasks each day....


Other useful documents

Wiltshire Council - Looking after yourself, looking after your children - updated

(Please do refer to this very useful guidance document, published by Wiltshire Council for parents and carers, which recognises the challenges of having children at home whilst you may also be working from home. It provides a useful daily structure for learning, as well as highlighting the importance of looking after your mental health as much as your physical health.)


Contact Us

Preshute Church of England Primary School
High Street, Manton, Wiltshire.
SN8 4HH

01672 512 754
admin@preshute.wilts.sch.uk


Executive Head Teacher: Mr Neil Baker

Head Teacher: Mrs Claire Hann-Perkins

Deputy Head Teacher and SENCO: Mrs Mary Mundy

Admin officer (Reception and Telephone): Mrs Ange Baldock