Tedder C P School

INTRODUCTION TO THE TEDDER SCHOOL

 

 

The Tedder C P School is a co-educational Community Primary School catering for children from 4+ to 11+ years.

 

The original school on this site was opened in April 1926 and was called the Digby Aerodrome Council School. The school was renamed the Tedder County Primary School in 1967 after Lord Tedder (Scottish Marshal of the RAF) and is located inside the main gates of Digby Camp.

The school was refurbished in 2000 and a new hall built, providing a super new resource, which is used for many activities. In addition there are five classrooms, a library area, ICT Suite, Headteacher’s office, Secretary’s office, staffroom, storage rooms, toilets and cloakrooms. Outside there is a playground, adventure playground, Reception play area, gardens, a wildlife area and playing fields.

Class organisation changes from year to year because of the fluctuation in numbers due to posting of Service Personnel. At the moment we have four classes, Class 1 which includes Reception and Year 1, Class 2 which includes Years 1 and 2, Class 3 which includes Years 3 and 4 and Class 4 which includes Years 5 and 6.

The Governors have approved the following class structure for the next academic year. We are committed to keeping class sizes no larger than 30 in Key Stage 1 and 35 in Key Stage 2.

Anticipated Class Size

Reception      Miss Jones (sometimes this class will include some Yr 1s)               Class 1          25

Y1                  Miss Johnson                                                                                  Class 2          25

Y2                 Mrs Rayney                                                                                     Class 3          20

Y3/Y4           Miss Appleyard                                                                               Class 4           25

Y5/Y6           Mr Wiley                                                                                         Class 5          20

 

Unlike other schools, we experience a high level of movement, due to service personnel postings. The Governors would like to make it clear that if, because of fluctuating roll, class sizes go above their limit, then there will have to be an adjustment between classes. If this should become necessary, parents of children involved will, of course, be consulted and kept fully informed.

School Day

Times of sessions during the working day

09.00 - 10.10 1st session

10.10 - 10.25 Mid-morning break

10.25 – 12.30 2nd session (11.25 - 11.40 Assembly)

12.30 – 1.30 Lunch break

1.30 – 3.15 3rd session

2.15 – 2.25 Mid-afternoon break for Reception and KS1

3.15 Finish