This week, the children in KS1 performed their Nativity ‘A Bundle of Joy’ to their parents over three afternoons. There was a very grumpy donkey, three naughty sheep, very important Kings and lots of other wonderful characters who all sang … Continued
Our first assembly in December started with the magnificent saxophonist, Oliver. We all thoroughly enjoyed listening to his beautiful songs this morning.
This morning, our whole school assembly started with the wonderful flautist, Isla from Class 6. Thank you Isla for brightening up our morning!
BOOK BINGO is here!!! It’s official! Today in assembly, we launched Book Bingo! We know that your children already love books and enjoy reading and listening to a range of wonderful stories, so we decided to create these lovely Padlets … Continued
On Friday, we celebrated Children in Need by dressing up in spotty clothes and raising money for this very worthy charity. The children (and staff!) all looked fabulous! We raised a fantastic £412 and counting… Thank you to all the parents … Continued
In this morning’s assembly, we had beautiful singing from Molly and Naomi. They were in their ‘spotty dress up’ for Children in Need! Thank you girls. Molly: I Dreamed a Dream, Les Miserables Molly and Naomi: Disney’s, A … Continued
This term, we are very lucky to have students and their teachers from Marlborough College run after school clubs for our 6 children; Classics on a Monday and Japanese on a Tuesday. Classics Club is an introduction to the Latin … Continued
Today Dr. Mark Smith came to visit Class 5. He has successfully synthesised a replica sun in Oxfordshire and is a specialist in Nuclear Fusion. He spent the morning sharing his extensive knowledge about space and the universe, along with … Continued
Yesterday at 11am, we held a 2-minute silence after The Last Post was played by Dan in Class 6, commemorating the day the war ended in 1918. Well done to Dan for his beautiful trumpet playing.
This year, the PTA are holding a Winter Wonderland Christmas Fair on Friday 10th December, 3.30pm – 5.30pm. More information to follow, but for now – please save the date!