- 08.55 – 12.00
- 12.55 – 15.15
Teaching Hours Per Week
- Reception and Years 1 and 2 – 22.5 hours per week
- Years 3 and 4 – 23.5 hours per week
Classroom organisation is reviewed each year and altered according to the school’s demography and available places.
We have a 26 place nursery (morning only).
The school has 158 pupils (2011-2012).
|3 – 4 Years||Nursery||29||Mrs Yvonne Hamilton||Teacher|
|Mrs Warcup||Classroom Assistant|
|Miss Goody||Classroom Assistant|
|4 – 5 Years||Reception||31||Mr Sean Daly||Teacher|
|Mrs Emma Long (Thursday am)||Teacher|
|Mrs Liddle||Classroom Assistant|
|Mrs Green||Classroom Assistant|
|5-6 years||Year 1||25||Mrs Francine Jukes||Teacher|
|6-7 years||Year 2||23||Mrs Linda Cooper/Mrs Lynn Johnston||Teacher|
|Mrs Hamilton (Friday)||Teacher|
|7-8 years||Year 3||29||Mrs Becky Kroese/Mrs Channon||Teacher|
|8-9 years||Year 4||21||Mrs Lucy Howells||Teacher|
Headteacher’s Teaching Timetable
Teaching 0.3 to cover teachers PPA time.
Wylam School is a member of the Prudhoe Partnership of Schools. Children spend a maximum of five years in the first school and in the September following their 9th birthday transfer to Ovingham Middle School www.ovinghammiddleschool.net
At age 13+ they transfer to Prudhoe Community High School, which has recently achieved full Technology College status. School transport is available to both schools from Wylam www.pchs.org.uk
- To help to develop an effective partnership between school and parents
- To extend school learning and to reinforce skills and understanding
- To encourage pupils, as they get older, to develop the confidence and self-discipline to study on their own
Homework should be planned to complement the work children are doing in the classroom and be appropriate for the age and ability of the pupils.
Teachers should try to maintain a regular weekly homework routine, and the work should not take pupils more than one hour a week to complete.
All pupils should have a homework book, and a reading diary, through which we hope to develop effective communications between parent, pupils and teachers.
Home reading sessions should take about twenty minutes per night. As the child becomes fluent in reading these sessions should take the form of silent reading sessions.
Parents reading stories to children and children reading out signs and labels are also useful ways to help the development of reading skills.
Parents or pupils (depending on the age of the child) are asked to record brief details of reading progress in the reading record book.