Five Alive: April 2014 Another busy month at Cropthorne as we enjoy the change of seasons and the welcome sunshine. Our current whole school study is ‘Times of their Lives’ leading to our No 8 production and our Value of the moment is ‘Creativity.’ Children have been looking in detail at the way life has changed during the last 150 years, exploring this throughLearn more
“Inspiring Learning for Life”“Creative, caring and challenging”, three words to describe Cropthorne with Charlton, a small village school situated in the picturesque village of Cropthorne. We are an exceptionally well-equipped school with three classes: Reception/Year 1, Year2/3 and Year4/5. We are a warm, friendly community where every child really does matter and lies at the centre of all that we do. We place an emphasis on high academic and creative standards which in turn produces highly motivated, self confident and happy children.
A Week in the Life of Cropthorne First School On Monday 3rd March I decided to do things a little differently and try to gain insight on what an outsider would observe on visiting Cropthorne for the first time and staying for a week. Our current Value is creativity and our study is ‘Times of their Lives’. Monday 3rd March: Paul Priestley, an artistLearn more
Cropthorne-with- Charlton CofE First School: Ofsted’s interim assessment i am pleased to provide some important information about Cropthorne-with-Charlton CofE First School. As you may know, during its last inspection in September 2009, Ofsted inspectors judged your child’s school to be good. Schools which are performing well are now inspected less often than other schools. This usually mean that good schools are inspected once inLearn more