Charsfield and Dennington School
Charsfield and Dennington School 
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Dennington CEP School

Dennington Church of England Primary School is a small school situated in rural Suffolk, 14 miles north of Woodbridge. 


Each class is made up of mixed year groups and offer a welcoming and friendly environment. Its small numbers mean that each child is able to shine and friendships are often formed across different year groups and classes. Staff offer a tailored approach to teaching that fits each child's individual needs. The children work closely and effectively together, and love coming to school each day.


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Classroom Overview


This is a small Reception class with a small attractive outside area. This is lead by class teacher Mrs Earye. We follow the Early Years Foundation Stage curriculum taking account of the childrens interests to help enhance their learning.



This is a mixed Year 1 and Year 2 The Class Teacher  is Miss Bulley and the Teaching Assistant is Mrs Jones


Children have a wonderfully spacious classroom in which they learn in. We teach the the new KS1 National Curriculum side by side, ensuring all children achieve their full potential.


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Wrens class is made up of children from Year 3 and 4 and are taught by Mrs Turner and Mrs Merry. The teaching assistant is Mrs Chapman


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In Swallows class you will find an enthusiastic group of children from Year 5 and 6. They are taught by Mrs Rushbrook and Mrs Merry.  The Teaching Assistant is Mrs Beecroft.


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