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The weekly blog - keeping you up-to-date with school life; Stars of the Week; Housepoint winners and much more..

Welcome back!

I hope that you have had a wonderful Easter break and managed to have some quality family time.  It is a shame that we didn't experience a mini heatwave, but it was nice not to be in the routine of day-to-day schooling and spending time with family.


This week our Y5 pupils have been out all week on their residential to Call of the Wild, you can see what they have been up to.  In school, pupils have been working hard to kick-start the summer term.


Stars of the Week

Nursery Arthur H & Hunter T 🤩
Reception Mula M & Roman E 🤩
Year 1 Ethan S & Arya C 🤩
Year 2 Junior T & George H 🤩
Year 3 Amelle D & James W 🤩
Year 4 John H & Teddy N 🤩
Year 5 Jamie L 🤩
Year 6 Esther BM & Castor S 🤩

Brilliant start to the term.  You can see some of their work HERE


Housepoint Winners

EYFS Arthur H 🥳
Key Stage One William S 🥳
Lower Key Stage Two Mollie C 🥳
Upper Key Stage Two Esther BM 🥳

Well done for earning extra points for your house.


This week's winning house with 384 housepoints is St George 🇬🇬 - well done and your flag is now flying high at the front of the school.

2nd place  St David

3rd place  St Andrew

4th place  St Patrick



Welcome back.  It has been a good start to the term with attendance.  The winning class this week with 97.5% is Year 4 🏆 - well-done everyone in Y4 for being in school this week.


Whole school attendance is 94.44%, which is currently above the national data of 93.5% - well-done everyone for being in school every day.


Top Doodlers

This week we have loads to celebrate as more and more pupils are achieving streaks.

50 days: Alfie C, Alex W, Nathan K, Hannah S

100 days: Jack T, Mollie C, Desmond C, Phoebe D, Lyla A

200 days: Zayn I

250 days: Imogen D, Chloe A, Zachary D, Esmae D


Maths: Reception 🧮

Spell: Year 3 📝


Well done to all of you - keep up the good work.


In other News...


St. George's Day - children can come in non-school uniform if in this house



Beep, beep day in EYFS and Key Stage One

Vision screening check for Reception children 


I am delighted to say that we are taking part in Swinpup with other schools in Swindon.  We have our Swinpup who we have to decorate (see picture below).  Each class will be allocated an area and get to paint the Swinpup ready to be part of the Swinpup Trail.   I will be sending out more information about why we are doing this and the charity that we are going to try and raise £500 for - this is our target!  Details will come out next week.


I hope you have a great weekend, and Y5 parents, I do hope your children are not too tired after their fun week away.


Mr A