Copdock - Woodpeckers 2018 - 2019

Mrs Windmill

Mrs Windmill

Mrs Windmill joined Copdock as a HLTA and has supported learning in Foxes' Class since then. Recently she has really stretched her learning, firstly completing her degree and then qualifying to become a teacher, whilst undergoing her apprenticeship with us at Copdock. We are really pleased to see her succeed. She has regularly taken our older children out to take part in a wide range of sports tournaments too.

Welcome to life in Woodpeckers Class!

The children in Woodpeckers Class are aged between 7 and 9 years old so they are in the middle phase of our school.  During their time in Woodpeckers Class, we see the children mature into more independent learners. 

This process is carefully guided by adults during the early months of their time in the class so by the end of Year 4, when they are ready to move on to Foxes Class, they are confident in working independently as well as being part of a team and managing their own learning time effectively.  We encourage the children to be reflective in their learning and evaluate what they have done in order to identify what their next steps are. 

The children enjoy sharing and peer marking their learning, finding new ways to move their learning on and achieving success.

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School Hill, Copdock

Ipswich, Suffolk


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Ipswich, Suffolk


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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.