About Us

Headteacher’s Welcome

On behalf of the children, staff, governors and parents welcome to Reed First School. We pride ourselves on the family feel our school offers – it is a happy place where the whole community works together to see enthusiastic and motivated learners. We work hard to provide all children with a broad and balanced, high …

Sensory garden

Our School

If your child is aged between 3 years and 9 years, there are many reasons why you should choose Reed First School: Specialist Early Years unit from 3 years old Children come from Reed / Royston / Buntingford and surrounding villages Our small class numbers allow for high levels of individual attention We are a …

display of sharing feelings

Wellbeing

We have shared the Colour Monster by Anna Llenas.  We are using the story to help us to share how we are feeling.   We have chosen a colour for some of the feelings we may have.  Each day, we put a button to match the colour of our feeling into our class feelings bowl.  …

Pupils enjoying Forest School

Forest School

To support our wellbeing, we have all taken part in Forest School sessions once a week. We have enjoyed: Time with our friends, time on our own, time to think, time to chat. Time to create, Time to learn new skills, Time to wear crowns, Time to explore. Time to make, Time to feel the …

Admissions

There are separate admission arrangements for each foundation stage. Foundation Stage – Nursery Children may be admitted to the nursery for up to 5 morning sessions per week in the term after their third birthday, where funding, staff and space allow and up to 5 afternoons, if eligible for 30 hour funding. A charge of …

The School Day

The start of the day School opens for Early Birds at 8.00am. The gates open to all pupils at 8.45am to give families and children a chance to chat to each other and staff before the bell is rung at 8.50am.  All children are expected to be outside their classroom doors to be greeted by …

Wrap Around Care

“Early Birds and Night Owls clubs are excellent – lots of fun and good activities” Early Birds 8:00am until start of school £3 per session, per child An early morning drop off is available to support working families of our school. We have the availability for up to 16 children per session. These sessions must …

Staff

Headteacher Mrs V Wittich (head@reed.herts.sch.uk)                          SENCO & Designated Safeguarding Lead Junior Class Teacher: Miss K Riches Infant Class Teachers: Miss C Panter, Mrs V Wittich Early Years Class Teacher: Mrs H Tansley   Support Staff Office & Finance Manager – Mrs C Lasselin …

Governors

Hello from the Governors! I’d like to take the time to share some information with you about the Governors of Reed First School.  The Governing Body is made up of a number of members who vary from teachers and parents to members of the local community. We work as a team with the Head Teacher for the benefit of all pupils and staff at Reed First School. We are …

Ofsted Report

Following a short inspection on 23rd March 2017, the judgement was that the school continues to be ‘good’. The report recognised many good features of the school, including; Leadership team has maintained a good quality of teaching. Governance is strong. The school is inclusive to all. Safeguarding is effective and there is a strong culture of …

School

Contact Us

Reed First School, Jackson’s Lane, Reed, Royston, Herts SG8 8AB Tel: 01763 848304 To make an appointment please telephone Mrs Lasselin in the school office, or send an email. admin@reed.herts.sch.uk Directions Reed First School is very easy to find. The village is right next to the A10 but does not suffer from through traffic as …