Sobradiel Key Information
|Ages Taught||3 – 7 years old|
|Year Groups Taught||Nursery to Year 2|
|Programme Taught||Early Years and Primary|
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Hastings School Sobradiel
Head of Primary's Welcome
From September 2016 there is one class each of Nursery, Reception, Year 1 and Year 2 children based here. As at the rest of our Primary campuses, all the teachers will be UK qualified and experienced practitioners who will offer a curriculum based upon the English national curriculum (the Early Years Foundation Stage (EYFS) and Key Stage 1 respectively) and the teacher-pupil ratios will be the same as these Primary campuses.
This site is especially generously spaced and includes an indoor multi-use space for movement, music, and assemblies. Each classroom will have access to its own dedicated outdoor area which will permit free-flow moments to include outside activities. The front-of-building communal play area will consist of approximately 500 square metres including larger toys and learning structures and implements
Head of Primary
Ronda de Sobradiel, 31
Bus line: 114 & 115
All bus routes may be subject to changes during the year for reasons beyond our control.
Should you be interested in the coach service, please feel free to contact Ms. Lucía Novo on firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone, 607 995 764.
From September 2016, this new building located in the heart of Conde Orgaz neighborhood coexist as an Early Years and a Key Stage 1 (3 to 7 year old) campus. There is one class of Nursery, Reception, Year 1 and Year 2, dining room, a multi-purpose room and an outside learning space plus playground of 750m2.
- 4 spacious teaching areas each with a direct access to an outside learning space plus playground space of 750m2.
- Dining room (50 places)
- A multi-purpose room (35m2)
At Hastings School, we believe that the children in our care are entitled to provision which supports and extends knowledge, understanding, skills and confidence. We encourage positive attitudes and disposition to learn and aim to give protection from early failure. Above all, we believe that high quality care and education by teachers will lead to effective learning and development for young children.
Every child deserves the best possible start and the support that enables them to fulfil their potential.
Breadth of study in a bicultural context
The schemes of work at Hastings School are based on the British National Curriculum and obligatory elements of the Spanish curriculum. Pupils follow the whole range of subjects of the National Curriculum and, in addition, study Spanish Language and Humanities. In this way they receive a broader and bicultural education, which better equips them for modern life.
|Helen Ormerod||Head of Primary / Interim Collegiate Head|
|Phil Hudson||Interim Collegiate Head|
|Anita Sánchez||Deputy Head of Primary|
|Gary Cook||Learning Support Coordinator|
|Silvia Martín||Teaching Assistant||Nursery|
|Soraya Núñez||Teaching Assistant||Nursery|
|Rebecca Uhart||Teaching Assistant||Reception|
|Jill Ormrod||Support Teacher|
|Chari González||Teacher||Year 1|
|Jane Mondejar||Teacher||Year 2|
|Gabriel Cons||Teaching Assistant||KS1|
|Patricia Arranz||Spanish Teacher|
|Isabel Navazo||Music Teacher|