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May Celebrations, 1.45pm Wednesday 25th May

Touch screen Chromebooks and tablets ensure our children have access to the latest technology.Our children enjoy exploring and learning in the countryside with our Forest School."Alongside a strong curriculum, the school blends in the fun rituals of village life". Ofsted 2019.“Pupils love their small friendly school. They are confident and eager to learn, polite and want to please”. Ofsted 2019."Leaders ensure that the most able pupils are stretched well". Ofsted 2019.“Pupils rise to the high expectations that adults have for them”. Ofsted 2019.As a church school we believe it is important to uphold the values God taught us in the Bible.

School Council

The School Council is one of our forums for children's voices to be heard.

Each class has at least two school council members who attend meetings regularly. Their role is to take notes during class discussions about areas their peers wish to discuss, such as new resources they would like to buy. The council members then bring this to the meeting and talk through the areas they wish to be improved and enhanced, and discuss how this might be achieved.

Recent purchases as a result of the School Council's wish list include micro scooters and more mega building blocks for playtimes.  


The teachers use this forum to feed back to the pupils any areas to discuss in their classes, such as the types of clubs they would like on offer. One of our meetings was spent discussing what steps we could take to become a 'plastic free' school.  Since then, we have undertaken two litter picks on Frensham Common with the support of Countryside Ranger Darren Hill, written to some of our school lunch suppliers questioning unnecessary packaging and made posters.  We are very proud that we have achieved our Plastic Free School award.