Easter Service

Our Easter Service was held in St Faith’s church for parents, governors and the wider school community to attend during the last week of the spring term.  Class 4 led the service and reflected on the story of salvation.  As always, the school were in good voice and raised the […]

RE Big Question Open Morning

On Monday 26th March the whole school debated the story of salvation and the meaning behind Easter.  Class 1 thought about why Christians put a cross in an Easter garden, Class 2 discussed what Christians believe about being saved, Class 3 reflected on why Christians call the day Jesus died […]

Poetry Recital

To celebrate World Poetry Day, we held a workshop and Poetry Recital’ on Friday 23rd March led by Oxfordshire based poet, James Carter.  The event was organised by Mrs Roberts and involved each class reciting poems they had learnt during the day which they then performed to parents and family […]

World Book Day Celebration

Although our World Book Day was postponed due to the snow we still managed to dress up as book characters and have some fun listening to stories on Friday 9th March.  The day culminated in our weekly Celebration Assembly when parents found out about what the children had been getting […]

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Children on the Edge: Enterprise Weeks / Friday Fundraisers

This term we have organised a series of Enterprise Weeks and Friday Fundraising events to support the charity ‘Children on the Edge’ and to raise money for an Early Childhood Development Centre in the slums of Masese II in Uganda.

A grand total of £291.25 has been raised following Class 4’s […]

KS2 Baylab Science Workshop

Class 3 and 4 visited Baylab in Reading to participate in a Science workshop. Class 4 learnt about DNA, what it is and where it is found, and how the structure makes each person different. Class 3 thought about how science is applied to our everyday life; from the air […]

Mosaic Artist in Residence

The children had a wonderful time with Mosaic Artist Jo Webster.  Jo worked with each class on a unique piece of work based on our school values which we have installed in our school library.

Safer Internet Day – Science and Technology Workshop School Open Afternoon

During the week before half-term the school had a focus on ‘e-Safety, Science and Technology.’ The whole school spent a day learning about internet safety and a range of age-appropriate activities were taught to each class. On the 9th February the whole school was involved in a series of Science […]

Life Education Bus

The Coram Life Education Bus returned to the school for a second year to deliver sessions for all classes in Citizenship, Personal, Social and Health Education. The sessions are designed to help the children’s self-esteem, to encourage positive attitudes towards themselves and their health and for the older children to […]

Music Workshop and Serenade Event

We welcomed Marcel Pusey from the award winning ‘Bassistry Music’ to lead a ‘Live World Music’ workshop. Marcel worked with each class in an interactive, energetic and fun workshop using body rhythms, movement and dance. The children were introduced to new songs and used percussion to explore world and popular music. […]

Jonathan’s Jungle Roadshow

Class 1 and 2 had the experience of meeting and handling a variety of snakes, spiders and stick insects! This gave the children a first-hand opportunity to observe the similarities and differences between the animals and to learn about the many different types of life cycles which animals go through […]

Christmas Service

We ended the Autumn Term with our Christmas Service at St Faith’s Church on Friday 15th December.  This service was led by the pupils in Class 3. The children recited the Christmas story, reflected on Bible verses and helped lead the prayers.  Our School Choir sang ‘The First Nowell’ and […]