School Notice Board

SIAMS Report

SIAMS Report March 2017

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

Admission Policy 2017-18

Bletchingdon Primary school now has a dog called Tia! See the risk assesment on the link below.

Risk assessment for School Dog

 

2016 - 2017 Term Dates

Term Dates 2016-2017 doc

School Calendar

20th July   Y6 Leavers' Service at St. Giles 2:15pm

21st July   Leavers' Assembly in school 8:50am  

                Break Up 1:30pm

 

   

 

A Midsummer Night's Dream

On Monday 14th July, our pupils put on a whole school performance -

A Midsummer Night's Dream with a 1980s twist.

                       

Welcome to the land of fairies and magic.

Line Dancing too ...

Dancing Fairies

Hermia and Demetrius enter to a fanfare of cornets

"It was with great pleasure that I attended Monday evening's performance of Midsummer Nights Dream. It was just great. All the children took part - though special mention must got to Years five and Six for excellent acting performances. How they remembered all those lines of Shakespeare I have no idea. The younger children performed brilliantly with their own individual style and take on songs and dance!  Well done to the parents for the costumes.  Clearly all the staff had been part of the backstage team but again special mention to Caroline Walker and TC. The setting was superb and the props highly effective. Quite by chance on Tuesday I went to where the first ever performance had been. (One of the Inns of Court in London). Not only was this more entertaining but the location was far superior. My congratulations to one and all, you did the school proud!"

Duncan Ledger

 

"Just wanted to say how wonderful the school production of A Midsummer Night's dream was. Shakespeare is ambitious at primary level but all the children seemed so in tune with the play and had learnt their lines brilliantly. It was beautifully staged and wonderful to see every child taking part and enjoying themselves.
Please say thank you to Mrs Walker and all the staff who enabled this to take place."

Jane Hemmings (Katherine's mother)