"Teach a child in the way it should go, and when he is old he will not turn from it." Proverbs 22.6

Our vision: 'To create a welcoming Christian community of mutual love and care, where all are valued for who they are, where everyone is inspired to reach their full potential.'

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Latest News

  • Autumn Fayre - Enterprise Friday 23rd September saw our first Autumn Fayre. All the children in school have spent the last 3 weeks developing Enterprise products that were on sale last Friday. Potty about Pots? Y3 designed and hand-painted individual plant pots. There was a hug array of creativity on show, ranging from watermelons to rabbits!Are you at one with nature? Y4 created outstanding outdoor artwork from a variety of natural materials. Their stunning designs were beautifully framed for parents to purchase and added extras of bookmarks were also available.Fancy a lick? Y5 tempted family and friends with a delicious array of chocolate products. Lollies, truffles, stirrers and tiffin looked fabulous in their packaging...although they didn't stay there for ...
    Posted 26 Sep 2016, 03:17 by Mrs Bradwell
  • Chocolate Trip What a superb way to start the year...a trip to see the story of chocolate...and taste a few samples!! Y5 had an amazing day to the York Chocolate Story on Tuesday 20th. The trip combined Y5's current Enterprise focus with their Autumn topic of the Mayan civilization.                                                The children in Y5 have been designing their own chocolate delights, including flavourings, shapes and sizes, packaging and a Mayan product name. These were all on sale last week at the Autumn Fayre to raise money for Monifque and Alice and Dominic. 
    Posted 26 Sep 2016, 02:31 by Mrs Bradwell
  • Book Fair We had the travelling book fair in school last week and we sold lots of books to keen readers. Well done everyone who came to purchase a new book.Reading is such an important part of the curriculum and it is essential that children read regularly at home. It has been great to see a positive start to the children's reading records this academic year and we hope that all children will regularly read at home. 
    Posted 26 Sep 2016, 02:15 by Mrs Bradwell
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