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St Philip`s C E Primary School
Bloomfield Rise, Odd Down, BA2 2BN, UK Bath
+44 (0)1225 837946
- Reception - Year 1&2
- Year 1
- Year 2
- Year 3
- Year 4
- Year 5
- Year 6


St Philips is a church school providing a caring, Christian environment. We enable learning for life with high expectations for all. We are committed to providing a creative environment where everyone is valued, with differences recognised, respected and celebrated, where all can make a positive contribution to society.

St Philip's is a voluntary controlled primary school for boys and girls between four and eleven years of age. Currently there are 281 children on roll, in ten classes. Children can enter the school in the September after their fourth birthday. The Planned Admission Limit is currently 47 but will reduce to 40 in September 2008.

The Curriculum

Our school curriculum is based on the National Curriculum. We try to make the curriculum as interesting and relevant as possible. 

By clicking on a class in the table below, you can access an overview of the what will be taught in each year group this term

Year Class name   Teachers
Reception Robin 1   Mrs Alison Howe & Mrs Anne Clayton
Reception Robin 2   Mr David Walshe
Year 1 Jay Topic Overview Miss Leanne Sapsead
Year 2 Nightingale Topic Overview Mrs Ruth Norman
Year 3 Puffin Topic Overview Mrs Sarah Thompson
Years 3 & 4 Stork Topic Overview Miss Julia Holder
Year 4 Flamingo Topic Overview Mr John Snell & Mrs Linda Lewis
Year 5 Eagle Topic Overview Miss Jo Coppens
Years 5 & 6 Kestrel Topic Overview Miss Ella Skeggs
Year 6 Osprey Topic Overview Mr John Read


We are a church school providing a caring, Christian environment. We enable learning for life with high expectations for all. We are committed to providing a creative environment where everyone is valued, with differences recognised, respected and celebrated, where all can make a positive contribution to society.


Boys and Girls:


School Sweatshirts (ordered through Scholars Uniform Shop in Terrace Walk, Bath).
White polo shirt (can be ordered through Scholars with a badge, but plain white shirts will do)
Black or navy school shoes, sandals or training shoes (also black or navy).
NB: not with high heels or platform soles
Girls: Grey or black skirt, or grey pinafore dress, or grey or black trousers (no jeans or denim)
Summer dresses - blue and white checked gingham
Boys:  Grey or black trousers (no jeans or denim)


Indoor Kit: Plain white t-shirt, navy or black shorts. (Please note that arm and leg length should be above the elbow or knee for safety reasons.) Children do indoor PE in bare feet.
Outdoor Kit: As above plus sweatshirt and jogging bottoms for very cold weather, training shoes or daps.



  • to create a happy and relaxed, yet stimulating and thought provoking environment in which all can enjoy learning and develop such qualities as kindness, tolerance and enthusiasm for life & learning.
  • to help all in our community to be aware that religion is not separate from life, but is integral to mankind’s attempt to live meaningfully, creatively, and to find purpose in life & to instil respect for other religions and cultures
  • to treat all members of the school community with equal respect
  • to recognise and reward the achievements of all encouraging them to strive to achieve the highest possible standards in everything they do
  • to use time and resources purposefully, efficiently and effectively
  • to ensure that there are good, clear channels of communication within the school community and to maintain good school/church/community relationships
  • to encourage an active participation by parents in their children's education, recognising their rights and responsibilities as co-educators
  • to provide a broad, balanced, relevant and challenging education which reflects the individual needs of the child and which also encompasses the legal requirements of the National Curriculum
  • to help to prepare each individual child for life in a diverse society, with differences recognised, respected and celebrated
  • to encourage the building of self-esteem and the confidence needed to take on new challenges and to learn to communicate effectively
  • to encourage children to take individual and collective responsibility for their actions and the consequences and to recognise their social obligations within the classroom, within the school, and beyond
  • to create a consistently secure and stable environment, in which children can feel accepted, can mature emotionally, and where relationships are formed based on mutual trust
  • to promote awareness of the importance of good health and physical fitness
  • to provide an environment in which the creativity of children can be developed and celebrated
  • to create a warm, calm, and genuinely welcoming atmosphere
  • to ensure that the school looks attractive and stimulating and to have respect for, and to care for their environment
  • to encourage everyone involved in the school to be aware of, and responsive to, the wider community
  • to ensure that all personnel and Governors, especially those new to the school, are provided with the information, support and feedback required for them to function effectively in their role, and to participate fully in school life.
  • to ensure that each member of the school community has equal and full access to all appropriate experiences and resources available to the school

Extra Curricular Activities:

  • Year 6 Residential Week - Kilve Court
  • Basketball
  • Netball
  • Football
  • Cricket
  • Tag Rugby
  • Multi-Sports
  • Choir
  • Dance

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