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Welcome to Voyagers Class!

Welcome one and all!

In Voyagers, our philosophy is simple. We strive to do our best, approaching each new challenge with fortitude and a ‘can do’ attitude.

We may find new concepts hard to begin with but, with determination and perseverance, we will get there together!

All areas of the curriculum are equally important: some subjects provide challenges and some enable us to shine. Some give us mountains to climb and the satisfaction of reaching the summit, with a glorious fist pump. Others enable us to develop skills in areas in which we are confident, permitting the well-earned glow of further success. For each of us, these challenges are different – how wonderful that we are all individual!

Whatever the challenge, we do it together. Every single member of the Voyagers class is of equal importance and value. We look after each other and applaud the successes of each individual.

We are so lucky that Miss Kearvell and Mrs Mulcahy join our team to help us on our journey. Their invaluable assistance and encouragement promotes our learning and development.

Parents, please remember that your input is invaluable and greatly appreciated. Feel free to approach any one of us whenever you have a concern or something to share. An appointment is not necessary. The door is always open!

Our class name could not be more apt – it is a vital link with our community but also represents the ability of each and every one of us to fly!

Let’s approach our time together with a positive attitude and the anticipation of that wonderful phrase: ‘Yes! I get it!’

Off we go!

Miss Reynolds

Class events

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British Museum

The Voyagers and Falcons had a great time at the British Museum. We saw lots of things connected with our Greek topic, as well as Assyrian statues, Egyptian mummies and much more. Thank you very much to the staff and parents who enabled the trip to go ahead. 

Indoor Athletics - finals!

Congratulations to our Y5/6 indoor athletics team! Having won the Burford Partnership event last month, they worked very well together and had some excellent results at the West Oxfordshire final. We didn't win but that's not the point: well done everyone.

World Book Day 2

Hurricane class enjoyed Voyager class visiting to read to them.

Signs of Spring

Just another great afternoon outdoors with theVoyagers.  Signs of Spring were spotted; buds on the trees, snowdrops and daffodils.  Some children chose to do some tin can planting to take home whilst others created ❤️ keyrings and fridge magnets to give to friends and family.  Chocolate porridge was a hit with the group and a great way to keep them warm on a chilly day.  And, for the first time in a while, the pond area was dry enough for several groups to safely go in and do a spot of pond dipping 😊


The children have loved coming out to Forest School over the last two weeks; they are settling, remembering skills, working together and beginning to use the equipment to explore the site.  There has been lots of den building, imaginative play in the mud kitchen, whittling, wax stamp creativity and bug hunting.  We have talked about Inukshuks, how the Dutch oven worked on the campfire to cook their cherry crumble, the biolite stove turning heat into electricity, alder cones being used for ink and animal footprints.  Some super busy but super lovely afternoons 😊

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