Welcome to Geoffrey Field Infant School
We are a large Infant school situated within a diverse community in the south of Reading. The school is set in extensive and attractive grounds, giving the children plenty of space to learn and play. Each year group benefits from its own dedicated outdoor teaching and learning area.
We have approximately 320 pupils on roll across 10 classes, including a Nursery class. Pupils in the Nursery attend for 15 hours each week for either a morning or an afternoon session.
We will shortly be offering places in our nursery for those eligible to start in September 2018.
If your child will turn 3 before the 31st August 2018 please ensure you have submitted your application form to the school office before 23rd March 2018.
Street Food menu Tuesday 20 March
School Council Meeting Thusday 22 March.
Last day of Term - 23 March.
Start of Summer Term - Mon 9 April.
Ufton Court Year 1 - Tues 10 April.
Millers Ark - Wed 18 &Thurs19 April.
Photographer - Mon 30 April.
Polling Day (School closed to pupils) - Thurs 3rd May.
Taste of Italy - Thurs 10 May.
Half Term - Mon 28 May to Fri 1 June.
Get lost in the task
Do one thing at a time
Break things down
Plan and think it through
Draw diagrams, jot down thoughts or things that help you think
Don't give up
Try new strategies
Ask for help
Take a brain break
Listen to others
Say when you don't understand
Be kind when you disagree
Explain things to help others
Look for patterns and connections
Think of possible reasons
Ask "What if..."
Have a go
Have a growth mindset
Don't worry if it goes wrong
Learn from mistakes
Be excited to try new things
Use your imagination
Let your imagination go
Think up new ideas and questions
Keep reviewing your work
Identify your best bits
Improve one thing first
Try to be better than last time
Don't compare yourself to others, only yourself
Take small steps
Feel proud of all your achievements
Feel your neurons connecting!
Imagine your intelligence growing by the minute!
Use what you learn in real life
Know you can do it if you have input and practise