News


Macmillan Coffee morning

30 September 2016

We had a very enjoyable coffee morning today and I would like to say a huge thank you for all the donations of cakes. We raised £100 for this amazing charity.

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Reception Teddy Bears Picnic

29 September 2016

On Thursday Reception had a lovely picnic with some very important guests (their favourite teddy bear). They enjoyed sandwiches, which they made themselves and even had time for a few party games.

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Gold Games Mark

26 September 2016

Today we heard the news that we have achieved the Gold School Games award. This is an amazing achievement, WELL DONE MRS WOOLLEY.

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Year 6 Yenworthy

23 September 2016

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Swimming Year 5

16 September 2016

Swimming started for Year 5 at the Chipping Norton Leisure Centre

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Year 2 Curriculum Meeting

12 September 2016

Unfortunately we have had to cancel the Year 2 Curriculum meeting as Mrs Jenkins has concussion after falling off her horse.

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Year 1 and Year 4 Arts Week

8 July 2016

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Cycling Proficiency

1 July 2016

A record number of children passed their cycling proficiency test today. Well done, everybody!

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Meet the new Class Teacher

30 June 2016

Parents are invited to an open afternoon to meet with their child's new teacher. Session starts at 3pm.

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New Class Teachers for September 2016

24 June 2016

New class teachers for September 2016 have been published in this week's newsletter. Parents will have the opportunity to meet with their child's teacher on Thursday 30th June at 3pm.

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JLT Visit the Co-op

24 June 2016

This morning, the Junior Leadership Team (JLT) went to the Co-op in Chipping Norton. They told us how they are saving energy, making our planet greener and showed us some of their products. To sum this all up, I think it was an excellent morning out for the JLT. by Harry M Y6

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Year 2 Trip to Weston-Super-Mare

23 June 2016

Year 2 had a wonderful day in Weston-Super-Mare. The sun shone and the donkeys behavioured themselves.

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