Classroom Management & Organisation

The learning environment is managed to cater for different learning styles and needs considering a range of levels and abilities:

  • Whole class teaching
  • Group work and focus groups that are organised according to appropriate criteria
  • One to one teaching
  • Conferencing
  • Collaborative learning with talk partners or groups of independent learning

All areas of the learning environment will be utilised including provision for outdoor learning, which ensures learning opportunities for a range of varied and stimulating learning experiences for all areas of the curriculum, which develop appropriate skills, concepts and knowledge.

Behaviour Management

As outlined in the whole school Behaviour Policy every class will display their Golden Rules.


  • Classrooms are organised to facilitate learning and the development of independence
  • The resources in each area are grouped according to curriculum subject & clearly labelled
  • Writing resources are available for use at all times, and are easily accessible
  • Book corners are comfortable and attractive
  • In the Foundation Stage and Key Stage 1 areas for imaginative play change giving opportunities for a range of play and role-play experiences which contribute to learning in a purposeful manner.
  • Pupils are involved in the maintenance and care of all equipment and resources.
  • Pupils are encouraged and allowed access to water bottles.

We aim to provide a “vibrant” interactive and supportive learning environment.