Chapel Break Infant School

  • "The school provides pupils with a very exciting, creative and innovative curriculum, which enables pupils to develop outstanding speaking & artistic skills and an excellent level of spiritual, moral, social and cultural development."
    Ofsted 2010
  • "Attainment is consistently above average writing, maths and reading when the pupils leave the school."
    Ofsted 2010
  • "The excellence in many pupils outcomes is the result of high quality teaching and the very innovative and imaginative curriculum."
    Ofsted 2010

  • "Teachers have an excellent knowledge of pupils needs on an individual basis."
    Ofsted 2010

  • "Lessons are often very challenging & need pupils full attention & concentration, which they willingly give."
    Ofsted 2010

  • "Not only do pupils achieve exceptionally well but they demonstrated real love of learning and school which is evident in the high quality of their work."
    Ofsted 2010

Life at Chapel Break Infant School Life at Chapel Break Infant School Life at Chapel Break Infant School

Outdoor Learning

 At Chapel Break we believe that every child needs access to the outdoors to enhance and enrich their learning experience. 

We have a fully functioning allotment where we grow our own fruit and vegetables.  Every child in the school benefits from time in the garden throughout the year and in all weathers.   We regularly harvest our crops and enjoy tasting what we have grown, learning to appreciate where food comes from.   It never ceases to amaze us how many vegetables children will eat when they have grown it and picked it themselves! 

We also have a small wooded area where the children enjoy outdoor learning activities.  So far this year we have searched for woodland creatures, foraged for signs of autumn, made creatures (Blobsters) from clay and built mini shelters for our ‘Blobsters’.   At the end of each session, we love sitting round our log circle, talking about what we have found and enjoying a lovely warm hot chocolate.

Garden Gallery