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New Curriculum

Announced on 15-09-2014

Our new curriculum has been written to be fun and engaging, ensuring children achieve high standards.

House Points this term...

Announced on 09-12-2014

Bartholemew:
551
Foxley:
568
Hibbit:
557
Kingston:
543

High Achievers - Outstanding Key Stage 2 Results 2014, 2015 and 2016

Announced on 15-09-2014

100% of pupils at Key Stage 2 achieved 'age related expectations' or above in their SATs in 2014, 2015 and 2016.   

Enrichment Opportunities

Announced on 15-09-2014

All pupils have access to music tuition, educational visits and 77% of all pupils have taken part in sporting competitions in the last 12 months.

Founded in 1669

Announced on 09-12-2014

  •  Deo fidens persistas

House Points this term...

Announced on 09-12-2014

Bartholemew:
551
Foxley:
568
Hibbit:
557
Kingston:
543
BB 

A small and vibrant school.

Announced on 15-09-2014

Our size means that each child is cared for and known exceptionally well, individually by staff. ‘Relationships between teachers and pupils are good.’

OFSTED January 2014

Church School Inspection

Announced on 09-01-2015

Our latest Statutory Inspection of Anglican Schools rating is 'good'.

'All pupils show great pride in their school. Their achievements are celebrated in many ways, and this gives them a sense of self-belief and raises their success levels.'

Personal Development and Welfare

Announced on 15-09-2014

'The school's work to promote pupils' personal development and welfare is outstanding...Pupils are confident and self-assured learners.’ 

OFSTED July 2016

This is a caring school

Announced on 15-09-2014

Children help each other and look after younger children.

House Points this term...

Announced on 10-07-2014

Bartholemew:
551
Foxley:
568
Hibbit:
557
Kingston:
543

First Class Feedback...

Announced on 15-09-2014

Pupils’ books are ‘excellent and show detailed, formative marking and high expectations.’

HMI March 2014

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Class 1 have been looking at photographs of very old cars, choosing construction materials and making copies of the cars.

 

They have been very successful and worked together very helpfully.