Phone : 01604 858816

Welcome to Delapre Class

In Delapre, the children will be taking a giant step back in time with Miss Arnold, from the Victorians to the age of the dinosaurs. We will be imagining what their world would be like, and learning about the seaside resort of Lyme Regis where dinosaur fossils can be found today. Our work in English will include writing diaries based on the work of Mary Anning and then we will be moving onto writing our own exciting dinosaur stories. In science, we will be explore different materials, looking at different materials properties and how they are suitable. In our art lessons we will be focusing on stamping and printing techniques and looking at art work by Karen Eastman and Bridget Riley. We are looking forward to what we might ‘discover’ during this new exciting topic. 

Please see our termly curriculum newsletter for ways in which you can support your child with learning at home.


This term the children will be reading these books at school this term and you might like to read them at home with your child:


At our school we follow the Little Wandle phonics scheme of work.  All of our individual reading books for Delapre Class are phonically aligned with this scheme.  We would ask that parents hear their child read every evening and record this in their child's planner. 


We follow the White Rose Hub maths scheme of work at our school which you can see if you click on the link below:


Long Term Map



Find Us

Milton Parochial Primary School

Green Street
Milton Malsor

Tel: 01604 858816

​NB: Fully accessible entrance via car park. Assistance available via intercom.

About Us

We are a small well-resourced Church of England primary school with 89 pupils currently on roll. At Milton, there is a strong Christian ethos that pervades all areas of school life. We have strong links with our local church and community. There is a good 'family' feel - we know each other well. 

New children are assigned a 'buddy', settle well and make friends quickly. We are pleased to be a member of the Peterborough Diocese Education Trust. Click here for the PDET news page.