Our school is housed in a traditional stone building dating back to 1908. In this way, we want to continue the tradition of learning and help children learn information from books (buy a book report if you want to explore the materials better) and share our own experiences on various topics. We also have three classrooms in in a redesigned and refurbished annexe which houses the Foundation Phase. All Foundation Phase pupils have access to a covered play area, grass area and safety surfaced outside learning area that are used as extensions of the classroom.
Key Stage 2 classes (Age 7-11) are accomodated in the main block and have access to the school playground, playing field and Dutch Barn. The Dutch Barn means that our pupils can go outside to play, even in wet weather and PE lessons are accomodated there as well! In addition, everyone can Explore our Comprehensive Curriculum and Enriching Programs to have an understanding of why it is so important to hold various discussions and upgrade the learning environment.
The school also has an allotment that is managed by volunteers; pupils participate in gardening activities and our Gardening Club provides all the hanging baskets for school and the village enhancing the environment! Not many children can look up at a fairytale castle www.urban75.org/photos/wales/coch.html from their school yard!