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News

  • R8 and R9 End of Year Trip to ‘Wild Place’

    16 July 2018

    Children from R8 and R9 enjoyed a great end of year trip to the Wild Place Project near Bristol on their last day of term. We were very lucky with the weather and were able to easily spend the whole day outside walking around the pathways of the project, learning about the animals such as the river warthogs, cheetahs, wolves, lemurs, zebras and Miss Pugh’s favourites, the beautiful giraffes.…

  • R6 End of Year Visit to Roath Park

    14 July 2018

    R6 visited Roath Park. We met Ranger Dave who took us through the Rainforest and we learnt how to identify edible plants and the importance of the Rainforest in our day to day life. The children enjoyed the nature trail and took rubbings of different features. After our picnic under the trees, we played eco games with R7.…

  • R11 End of Year Trip to Noah’s Ark Zoo

    13 July 2018

    R11 celebrated their last day in the Junior School with a visit to Noah’s Ark Zoo Farm. It is a hands-on zoo and working farm just outside Bristol set in over 100 acres of beautiful countryside. R11 enjoyed a packed day getting close to many zoo animals like rhinos, chimpanzees and giraffes.…

  • R10 End of Year Trip to ‘Go Ape!’

    13 July 2018

    On 12th July, R10 went to Go Ape Junior in the Forest of Dean.  It was a jam-packed adventure of wobbly bridges, intricate crossings, and an awesome zip wire finale. The children overcame their fears and all children wanted to go on the course more than once some choosing to do the extra tricky course.…

  • The Infants’ Beach Party and Disco!

    13 July 2018

  • R6 News

    7 July 2018

    R6 had a super Sports Day on Wednesday bringing with them a variety of good luck mascots. They enjoyed the team relays, sack races and the challenging egg and spoon race! The children finished off our plant topic by growing cress in designer pots.…

  • R15 Oracy Day

    6 July 2018

    R15 participated in an Oracy workshop run by the English Speaking Union on Wednesday, 5th July. They were given various skills on how to speak in public including tongue-twisters, drama activities and finally a mini competition. Pupils excelled in showing their talents for speaking and performing and were enthused to participate in the upcoming ESU Winston Churchill competition in November.…

  • Junior School Eco Day

    5 July 2018

    All the Juniors enjoyed a day re-using and recycling different materials that would have gone to waste. We made rugs by weaving old textiles, a mosaic using bottle tops and a bug hotel for our learning garden. During the afternoon everyone enjoyed playing some playground games including skittles, skipping, hopscotch and many more.…

  • Swimming success for Jack!

    5 July 2018

    British Summer Championships Congratulations to Jack K (R14) – 200m butterfly and 100m backstroke –  for qualifying for the British Summer Nationals. To qualify for British Summer Championships you have to be ranked in the top 24 in the whole of Britain, so just to qualify in 1 event is a massive achievement, but to qualify in multiple events is outstanding.…

  • Nursery News

    1 July 2018

    The Nursery children have been learning the letter sound ‘y’ this week. We had lots of fun forming the letter ‘y’ using yellow foam and made mixing pictures using yellow paint. Two of the nursery children were chosen as the Headmaster’s Good Eggs and really enjoyed their afternoon tea with Mr Moody They particularly liked the chocolate cake.…

  • R5 visit to Bristol Zoo

    30 June 2018

    R5 had a fabulous time at Bristol zoo. They visited the butterfly house and saw some butterflies emerging from their cocoon. Bethan was very pleased when a butterfly landed on her. In the Africa workshop, the children held mealworms which were very wriggly. Oscar was very brave and stroked the snake.…

  • Nursery and Infants ‘Good Eggs’ tea

    30 June 2018

    Some of the Nursery and Infant children had afternoon tea with the Headmaster. The children had been nominated by staff for this special treat in recognition of their all-round effort and kindness to others. They enjoyed the sandwiches and thought the chocolate cake was delicious. The children liked the artwork in Mr Moody’s study which was created by some of the older pupils.…