A huge amount of care and attention is taken by Burchetts Green School staff in developing a safe and dynamic learning environment for all children from 4 through to 7. Our learning environment is one that we are particularly proud of. It includes our woodland at BCA and our delightful grounds that have recently been redeveloped to include a small amphitheatre, new play equipment and a sensory garden.
The range of activities enjoyed by the children is unusually diverse. Each child is given the opportunity to shine where they excel and to gain confidence where they lack it, under the careful guidance and gentle care of the staff.
The Arts are very important to us at Burchetts Green and the school recently received the Artsmark Gold award.
The children take part in music from the very start of Reception right the way through the school. The range of exposure is diverse and engaging, with African music workshops, weekly recorder lessons in reception and year one, and weekly violin lessons for all year two children. The children perform to parents at termly recitals, at the fete, the Nativity and during times of collective worship.
We have an Art Specialist working in year two and the children learn about artist and their lives as well as producing their own exceptional art work.
All children are involved in our 'renowned' Nativity production and, through our topic based curriculum, drama has become part of life at Burchetts Green.
Every child takes part in a range of sport activities as part of their PE curriculum including, weekly swimming for all KS1 children and team sports including gymnastics and football. These activities are all taught by professional PE teachers. We also have sports clubs during lunchtime and after school.
The children enjoy their learning environment and come to respect it and the things within it. They spend as much time outside as possible throughout the year both during play time and teaching time. There are many class and school outings both locally and further afield which enhance the experince of the children.