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Iver Heath Infant School and Nursery
Slough Road, Iver Heath, SL0 0DT, UK Iver
+44 (0)1753 652262

Learn More About Iver Heath Infant School and Nursery

 Iver Heath Infant School is a Local Education Authority maintained school, which serves children aged 4 to 7 years who live in the areas of Iver Heath, George Green. The LEA provides free transport for those living in the latter  area. Applications are welcome from children living outside the reserved area, and will be considered against the Governors' Admission criteria. The admission number is 60 per year group.


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Iver Heath Infant School is a l.e.a.Authority maintained school,which serves children aged 4-7 years who live in the areas of Iver Heath,George Green and the Orchard Park area of Middle Green.Our Nursery welcomes applications from a wider area.Applicants from out of area will be admitted if places are available.
We hope that this web pagewill give you an impression of what we can offer your child when he or she becomes a pupil at our school.
It is, however difficult to give a complete picture of the caring, secure environment we strive to create, or the high standards of teaching, learning and behaviour we seek to maintain in the space of this following web page.
We invite you to come and visit our school so you can see for yourself
and take the opportunity to discuss this important decision, and the individual needs of your child with the Headteacher.
We look forward to you and your child becoming part of our school community and to working in partnership with you in the future.
The school was opened in 1970, having been built on the site of a Victorian school, which had been destroyed during the War.
We aim to:

Provide a stimulating environment in which the children in our care will receive a broad and challenging education
Encourage in children a desire to strive for excellence in all areas of school life
Make our pupils eager, independent learners, who have confidence and pride in their achievements


Children in nursery and rising 5 classes follow a learning programme based on the governments recommended Early Learning Goals for children pre compulsory education. They are given experiences and learning opportunities which develop their skills and concepts in six areas: -


Language and Literacy                                                      Personal and social

Mathematical                                                                    Aesthetic and creative

Physical                                                                            Knowledge of the World


Children in the Reception class follow the Early Learning Goals and Numeracy and Literacy strategies.


Children in Year 1 and Year 2 classes follow the National Curriculum, which covers:


English                                                                             Mathematics                  

Science                                                                            Art

Music                                                                               Geography

History                                                                             Physical Education

Technology                                                                     Information Technology


They also follow the Buckinghamshire Agreed Syllabus for Religious Education,

and an adapted PSHE scheme

Statutory age children have a daily hour of teaching in Literacy and a further forty five minutes in Numeracy, to learn and consolidate basic skills.

As far as possible teachers plan their work through half-termly or termly cross-curricular topics, and teach through a variety of styles, contexts and approaches. Copies of the National Curriculum and schemes of work can be seen throughout the school.


As we are concerned to develop the whole child time is given to cross-curricular issues such as Multi-cultural awareness and Personal, Social and Health Education. Sex Education is taught in the context of the rest of the curriculum (e.g. in a topic on Ourselves) and consists of a simple knowledge of body parts and healthy living, together with general safety information.




The Teaching Staff




Mrs Judy Smith

Head Teacher

Mrs Ruth Milligan

Deputy Head  Yr1



Mrs Elizabeth Lowe

Senior Teacher  Yr2

Mrs Judy Baker

Senior Teacher  Yr2



Mrs. J Williams

Mrs Annette Bruce

Miss Jennifer Neely

Teacher   for Special Needs

Teacher Foundation Stage

Teacher Yr1

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