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  • Children in Need

    Children in Need
    16th November 2017

    On Thursday 16th November, we celebrated Children in Need Day. The pupils dressed in spotty clothes, bought cakes and guessed how many sweets were in a jar. With the help of Miss Williams and Miss Whale (who organised the event), the children had lots of fun raising money for the charity. Thank you for all your generous donations of sweets, cakes and biscuits. Read more

  • Lest We Forget

    Lest We Forget
    12th November 2017

    Our Head Pupils proudly placed a poppy wreath in People's Park, after a service at St Mary's Church to mark Remembrance Day, to honour all the men and women who have fought or are currently fighting to keep us safe. Read more

  • The Library Bus is OPEN!

    The Library Bus is OPEN!
    10th November 2017

    It's official - The Library Bus is open! We had great fun at the bus party on Friday 10 November. We are sure the children will love this new environment; it is fitted out with lots of reading and learning resources and some of the original bus seats! A huge thank you to those who supported the event and everyone who made it possible. Special thanks goes to Tracie Drake (Operations Manager), Mrs Hope and Mrs Shepherd (staff in school). Lawrence Prestidge (author of Rolo), our reading ambassador kindly cut the ribbon to announce it officially open. We can't wait to start teaching lessons in the bus! Read more

  • IMPS at Horton Hospital

    IMPS at Horton Hospital
    6th November 2017

    Year 6 pupils visited the Horton Hospital for the Injury Minimization Programme for schools. The session is designed to empower young people to take personal responsibility for managing their own risk and equips them with the skills to cope in an emergency including first aid and resuscitation skills. Read more

  • Children Singing for Children

    Children Singing for Children
    6th November 2017

    Members of our choir confidently sang at St Mary’s church for the Banbury Rotary Club's 'Children Singing for Children' concert on Monday 6th November. They were raising money for children in the local area and across the world. Banbury Rotary Club does an amazing job at raising funds and has been instrumental in helping eradicate Polio from over 95% of the world. The choir sang their hearts out and definitely looked the smartest pupils in Banbury! Read more