SIAMS Report

SIAMS Report March 2017

Our admissions policy is now available for 2017-2018. Please click the link below.

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Tia's Risk Assessment

Risk assessment for School Dog

 

2017 - 2018 Term Dates

Term Dates 2017 - 2018

 

School Calendar                   

Sports Day

19 June  Year 6 second transition visit to The Marlborough (all day)
20 June

'Current' Nursery Parents 'Stay & Play' 8:30 - 10:30am

Yr 2s Ultra Olympics PM The Marlborough School

25 June  School Nurse Yr 5/6
2-6 July Keeping Healthy Week
5 July Years 1 - 6 to Hill End
6 July

Sports Day

11am Robins

Midday Family Picnic

1pm Years 1 - 6

10 July

Whole School 'Move Up' Day

8:45am Meet & Greet Mrs Donaghey in hall

September 18' Nursery pupils' stay & play 8:30 - 11:30am

11 July Kingfisher Visit to Chedworth Roman Villa
(Details on ParentMail)
20 July  Whole School End of Year Performance 6pm
23 July Year 6 Leavers Assembly in St. Giles Church 2pm
24 July Leavers' Assembly in school 9am

 

Welcome to Bletchingdon Parochial C of E School

Bletchingdon Parochial CE Primary School provides a caring and supportive environment, where all children are motivated to achieve their full potential. We are proud to be an integral part of the community – past, present and future; where we combine long standing traditions with a forward looking approach to education.

"At Bletchingdon Parochial CE (VA) Primary School we believe that everyone will reach their true potential. Through supportive, yet challenging teaching, we inspire our children to learn through our Christian Values.”

The school aims to create a constructive and positive environment where both effort and achievement are recognised, nurtured and celebrated and where every child is valued as a child of God. Members of staff across the school offer the children a broad, varied and meaningful education with a strong emphasis on developing the core skills of reading, writing, mathematics, science and computing alongside a wide range of learning opportunities and experiences designed to develop well-rounded members of society. Imaginative and effective teaching generate high aspirations so that all children excel in their academic and social and emotional development – we are ambitious for the children and their achievements in all aspects of their learning. 

With just under 80 children spread across our Early Years Foundation Stage, Infant and Junior classes, we benefit from the virtues of a small church school, able to focus on the uniqueness of each child and the individual needs of each family.

Throughout the time your child is with us, we acknowledge and respect individuality, we listen and work with parents and are committed to being part of the local community. We have high expectations and seek to develop in all our children a strong sense of responsibility for their behaviour, and a respect for others.

We look forward to working together with you in helping your child to develop intellectually, socially and emotionally during these very important years. We hope that you will support us to achieve our aims by becoming part of the life of our school.

Please do call us to make an appointment. We very much look forward to meeting you.

Louise Hatton
Headteacher