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Devonshire Infant School
Auckland Road, Warley,B67 7AT Smethwick
0121-558 1652

About our school...                  

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to find out about uniform details and School Holiday Dates. 



At Devonshire Infant School we aim to provide a happy, caring, and secure environment

for our children in which they are all able to establish firm foundations

for their future success in life.

Ofsted 2007

"This is a good school with some outstanding features.

The school is a very harmonious community in which adults and children of very varied backgrounds make

caring and respectful relationships that provide an excellent basis for pupils' learning."


"The quality of the care, support and guidance of pupils is outstanding.

It helps them to make exceptional progress in developing very positive attitudes to school, to learning, to each other and to the adults who help them. Pupils grow enormously in self-confidence, feel very happy and safe at school and find a great deal of enjoyment in their time there.

They are very keen to learn, try hard and behave extremely well."


Click here to view the full OFSTED inspection report or download a copy from the bottom of this page

Year 1 & 2

Year 1


In Year 1 children work in their class groups. Classrooms are large and children have plenty of room for role play and practical activities to ensure their move into year 1 is a smooth transition.








Autumn: Children in year 1 begin with a topic 'All about me'. They will be learning about growing up, their senses and exploring our school and people who help us. In the second half term, the children will be learning about different festivals in their 'Lets Celebrate' topic. They will explore light and dark, and look at toys of the past. In Literacy, they will learn words and sounds, and begin to write short phrases and sentences. In maths they will be looking at pattern and counting, learning to add and take away, and doing lots of measuring!


See below for our Autumn Newsletter. 


Year 2


In Year 2 children work in a mix of ability groups and class groups to ensure every child receives the best education possible. At the end of Year 2, children usually transfer to our Junior School.








Autumn: we begin with a topic 'Special Me. Special People'. Year 2 children learn about themselves and their bodies, they also learn about famous people such as Mary Seacole and Neil Armstrong. They learn about important religious leaders in RE.

In literacy we write about ouselves and other famous people.


After half term we move on to 'Events and Celebrations'. We celebrate and learn about Diwali, Eid and Christmas. In science we look at electricity. In history we look at famous events including the Great Fire of London, and The Gunpowder Plot.

In literacy we learn how to write instructions and letters.

 Maths throught this term works on numbers to 100, place value, addition and subtraction using 2 digit numbers, shape, and measuring in metres and centimetres.

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