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Welcome to Stingray Class

Stingray is a Key Stage 3 class in Middle School. Our timetable includes English, Maths, RHSE, Topic and Science. Alongside this, learners will develop their communication and independence, supported by all staff in the classroom and in our outdoor spaces. Learners will be supported to recognise different emotions and benefit from regular check-ins throughout the day. Staff will support learners to identify appropriate strategies to enable them to regulate and access their learning. 

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Stingray Class Timetable

Learning Showcase

Exciting moments from Stingray class will appear in this space, including any pictures or videos we take.  Please keep checking in, in order to see what the learners have been up to!

Spring 2 2024


This term, Stingray Class have worked hard to access a variety of opportunities in all areas of the curriculum. 


In English, Stingray Class participated in a project led by Warwickshire Library Service. The learners read a variety of Aesop's fables. They then created puppets to retell the fable, performing the puppet show to an audience.  In Maths, Stingray Class have enjoyed accessing Times Tables Rockstars to develop their accuracy and speed when recalling multiplication facts. They have particularly enjoyed challenging each other.  In Forest School, the learners have worked cooperatively to gather materials to build a fire safely. They then heated foods and drinks on this.  In Food Technology, the learners have been learning where different foods originate from. They have then followed recipes to create meals containing these ingredients. In Music, Stingray Class have engaged in sessions delivered by Anne Hunter from Warwickshire Music Service. They have repeated rhythms on drums before combining them to create their own compositions. In DT, Stingray Class have designed a made pop-up books with moving parts. They explored how they could make pieces move in different ways. In PE, Stingray Class have been developing the skills needed to develop muscle strength. They applied these skills to participate in different games.

In Careers, Stingray Class have participated in workshops led by The Smallpeice Trust. They designed and created gliders before measuring how far they fly and suggesting how they could be improved. They have also planned and ran an Enterprise project, calculating costs to make a profit when running a Tuck Shop.


Coventry and Warwickshire MIND delivered a mental well-being workshop to some learners, identifying strategies to support them when they are feeling worried or anxious.

As part of World Book Day, the learners enjoyed a session delivered by Tom the Storyteller, who retold a traditional story about Robin Hood.

On Number Day, the learners enjoyed accessing games to recall number facts using different number operations.