Medcroft class had a fantastic day at Cotswold Wildlife Park last week. All the children were fantastic, walking a long way with no complaints and with exceptional behaviour. Some of the highlights included the wolves, the lions – particularly a … Continued
The School Council were extremely lucky to attend a UNICEF conference at another school. We went along to explore what rights children are entitled to and how we can reinforce these in the wider world. A variety of activities took … Continued
On Wednesday 20th June, Harborne class joined 9 other schools in the Festival of Voices at Dorchester Abbey. We rehearsed in the morning and after a picnic lunch in the Abbey gardens performed to an enthusiastic audience. It was a wonderful event in a beautiful … Continued
A really enjoyable visit was had by all at this fantastic museum. When we arrived we were ,et and introduced to the world of space. Children found out about the history of the start gazing used by pirates and se … Continued
Medcroft class had an amazing time at the dinosaur museum last Thursday. We got to learn about how fossils were formed and discovered that the very first dinosaur fossil was found at Stonesfield, not far from Tackley! We enjoyed becoming scientists … Continued
Harborne had a very interesting afternoon visiting the field next to school where roman remains are being uncovered.
Here are a few photos from last night’s concert which was a great success. Congratulations to all our singers including our soloists Cai C, Erin R and Zoe R, and actor Isaiah C, for great performances. Everyone had a great … Continued
As a part of our geographical topic this term, Nethercote class took a visit to the Thrupp canal for a morning. Here, we walked along the canal spotting physical and human features and enjoyed taking in the scenery around us. Luckily … Continued
Yenworthy 2018 newspaper article example On their return from Yenworthy, Rousham class were tasked with writing a newspaper article about their experiences. Here’s an example of a piece of their work.
On Wednesday a group of our Key Stage 2 children sang at Oxford Town Hall in The Big Christmas Sing. The children sang beautifully and were expertly led by Miss Holliday and Miss Murphy. Well done to those children who … Continued