Bentley - Wolves 2018 - 2019

Mrs Rudge

Mrs Rudge

Mrs Rudge is a Maths Specialist teacher, who is the Deputy Head. She is maths coordinator, IT coordinator, E-Safety Lead and also runs the Worship group and promotes the christian ethos of the school.

Welcome to life in Wolves Class....

Children come into Wolves Class in Reception and learn through child initiated play with some structured sessions in the morning to teach phonics, guided reading, writing and numeracy to the whole group. Children are encouraged to become independent learners and we focus on personal and social skills.

Children stay in Wolves Class for 3 years for the whole of Key Stage 1.  As they move into Year 1 and 2, their learning becomes more structured, but still lots of fun, with the children planning their own learning, especially in their creative topic.

All children will learn what to do if they are stuck and how to begin to take responsibility for their own learning. They will be encouraged to grow their mind and challenge themselves.  They will be encouraged to become responsible citizens, confident individuals and successful leaners right from day 1.

For Reception parents: for your child's online Learning Journey log in click below:

Log into Tapesty: Online learning journal

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Swimming Years 2-4, by Mrs Gunn

Swimming Years 2-4, by Mrs Gunn

Swimming Years 2-4, by Mrs Gunn

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Our Christian Ethos

Bentley is a Church of England Voluntary Controlled Primary School and has close links with the local church of St Mary's. As a church school we seek to encourage the spiritual, social, moral and cultural development of the school family by embedding Christian values into the ethos of every day school life.