We have now received the report from our Diocesan review visit in February and we are delighted with the feedback. A copy of the report is available to view here. Thank you to all the children, staff and parents for their hard work and support and making our school community so successful.
We were honoured to have the High Sheriff of Buckinghamshire, Mrs Milly Soames, visit our school today. She enjoyed a tour of both sites where lots of the children were keen to talk about their learning and share what they were doing. Mrs Soames talked about her role and the work that she does across […]
Year 5 are carrying out experiments to collect data and statistics over time, exploring different materials and how their form can be changed. This experiment involved investigating how the temperature of water affected the time it takes for sugar to dissolve. Do you think the cold, warm or boiling water dissolved the sugar first? Do […]
Year 3 and 4 invited their parents to a grand Autumn term topic finale for a tea party inspired by Roald Dahl’s Revolting Recipes. Instead of serving up Dragon’s Blood and Bird Poo, they decided to share their culinary expertise and had a menu consisting of Wonka Chocolate Hat Lollies, Cheesy Walking Sticks, Tomato Pin Wheels and Twit’s Krispie […]
After a day of themed activities, Years 5 and 6 rounded off their Autumn term topic by performing their Greek dances and a version of the Hercules story which they had written in rhyme! Greek refreshments went down very well and the children’s costumes, although a little chilly, were the icing on the cake. Thank […]
This week the Little Owls have been learning about Remembrance Day and how poppies are a symbol for us all to remember. We made beautiful poppies that are now on display in our outside learning area. Please come and take a look. “They are to help us remember all the people who fighted in the […]
Visitors to Waddesdon Manor this Christmas must look out for the Christmas Tree our Infant children designed and made. Our contribution to the seasonal decorations will be displayed on the stairs as you exit the Manor tour with an opportunity to vote for your favourite tree. No guesses which…
We began the morning listening to the story of Rama and Sita and finding out why Diwali is celebrated. Over the course of the day we all had a try at four different activities: Making coconut barfi sweets; Indian dancing; making clay diva lamps and exploring Hindu artefacts. At the end of the day everyone […]