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Tylers Green First School
School Road, Tylers Green, HP10 8EF, UK High Wycombe
+44 (0)1494 813201


School Motto

Always do our best
Be well-behaved, honest and polite
Care for ourselves
Each other
Our School and Community
Our world

Tylers Green First School is a community school for children aged four to seven years. The "village school" as it has always been known serves the villages of Penn, Tylers Green and surrounding areas and celebrated it's 125th birthday in the autumn of 2001.
There are 179 children on roll at present. Children are admitted on a part-time basis in the September following their fourth birthday. They become full time in the term after they reach the age of five. Currently the children are grouped into three Reception classes, two Year 1 classes and two Year 2 classes.
The children are taught in mixed ability classes. Experienced Learning Support Assistants support each reception class teacher. Three more TAs support Key Stage 1 teachers. The majority of children achieve very highly in end of Key Stage 1 tests. Following the results for 2000 the school received an Excellence Award from the DfES.
The school was invited to become a Beacon school from September 2001. The school met the standards for the "Investors in People" award scheme in February 2001 and this was successfully renewed in 2004. We are currently a pilot school for the 'Buckinghamshire Healthy school standard'.
In July 2004 the school was given a Highly Commended award from the Buckinghamshire Swan Award Scheme for the work done on developing the school playground and the Reception outdoor play area.

The school enjoys strong support from parents and has many links with the local community.
The school has introduced the use of 'Golden Rules' as the primary rule system for the School Behaviour Policy. These 'Golden Rules' remind children how to behave throughout the school day and hopefully outside school as well. Posters describing these rules are on display around the school and in every classroom.




The school has introduced the use of 'Golden Rules' as the primary rule system for the School Behaviour Policy.  These 'Golden Rules' remind children how to behave throughout the school day and hopefully outside school as well.  Posters describing these rules are on display around the school and in every classroom.


The rules are:


Do be gentle - Do not hurt anybody.


Do be kind and helpful - Do not hurt people's feelings.


Do work hard -  Do not waste your or other people's time.


Do look after property -  Do not waste or damage things.


Do listen to people -  Do not interrupt.


Do be honest -  Do not cover up the truth.




Come to our cosy and comforting library. We have shelves packed with books. In our library we have non-fiction and story books. We also use the Dewey system. Our library is a shady light green. We have squashy bean bags to sit on and we also have some quite smooth cushions.





Have a go at the Maypole dancing. There are two dances. One is called the Spider's Web and the other one is called the Barber's Pole. The spider's Web makes its pattern by plaiting like a spider's web. The Barber's Pole makes a twisty pattern.




Thee music room is where the teachers take their classes to learn about music. In the Music room you can find shakers, drums and even a xylophone.




Every year the teachers take their class to the Common and they perform a country dance. If one class is dancing the rest of the school sits quietly and watches the class that is dancing.




At school on Fridays we have Golden Time. Golden Time is when we have lots of fun. We get out puzzles, Playmobil and drawing. It is a reward for all our hard work on all the other days of the week






If you are a new child you will have a classroom. In your new cosy classroom you might have a class of 30.If you have a class of 30 THERE ARE LOTS OF FRIENDS TO MAKE! In class you might be able to have  a partner and you could choose you r very best friend!




In he Hall you can have lots of fun because you can do P.E. You put on your PE kit and join in the PE lessons. Also in the Hall you can practise Maypole dancing and do the real thing on the Common.




After school you can do really fun after School Clubs.  They start at 3 o'clock and end at 4o'clock.1 hour of fun. You can go to a Chips drama session, French , Spanish, Tennis and Dance and Exercise.






In the playground you can do anything you like except push or shove in the grey fun playground. You can play games like 'Duck, Duck Goose' or you can go on the brown climbing frame.




On the field it's very green with swishy grass. On the field you can also make daisy chains and sit on a wooden bench .You can also eat lunch on the swishy green field or the grey fun playground.




The Medical Room is where you go if you cut your knee or bruise your head. If someone pushed or pinched you, tell your teacher and she might take you to the medical Room.

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