Our school is dedicated to providing a place of effective learning and teaching in order that each child may pursue success in the classroom, on the sports field and in every other area of school life.Above all, we aim to provide a secure, caring and well-ordered community where there is an excitement and pleasure in learning, and each child is able to grow and flourish.
Our Mission Statement
Our school is a safe place where a supportive environment for effective learning and personal growth is achieved through the partnership of children, staff, parents and governors.
High standards are pursued within the framework of Christian values, celebrating the uniqueness and inherent value of each individual.
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Throughout this week we will hold a School Book Fair in the hall from to each day and during the Open Evenings.I would be grateful for some parental help to run this with me.Please let Mrs Heywood or me know if you are able to give approximately 45 minutes one night after school that week.Thank you.The Book Fair allows us to 'top up' the class and school libraries as we are given 50% in books of whatever you parents buy.
Monday 8 OctoberYear 2 Visit
Mrs Park's class will visit St Paul's Cathedral as part of their history curriculum.
Tuesday 9 OctoberYear 2 Visit
Mrs Whitehead's class will visit St Paul's Cathedral as part of their history curriculum.
Wednesday 10 October 11+ Test
The second 11+ test will take place this morning in the school hall.
Wednesday 10 OctoberParents' Evening
The first open evening of the year for parents of children in Year R through to Year 5 will take place.This will enable parents to meet their children's teachers and to see how the children have settled into their new classes.
Thursday 11 OctoberParents- Evening
The second open evening of the year will take place.
Friday 12 OctoberSchool Photographer
The school photographer will be in school taking individual photographs and family groups (children only).Further information will be sent out nearer the time.
Saturday 13 OctoberPTA Quiz Night
The PTA will be holding its first social event of the year, the very popular Quiz Night.Do please put the date in your diary and the PTA will send out further information later.
Monday 15 OctoberSafe Cycling course
Thirty-two children in Year 6 will begin a cycling course today.It will be run by a National Standards tutor.
NB Children are not allowed to ride to school without an adult until they have passed a 'safe cycling' course.All riders must wear cycle helmets and bicycles should not be ridden, but wheeled, along the school drive for safety reasons.
Monday 15 OctoberGovernors' Meeting
The school governing body's first meeting of the new academic year will be held in school this evening.
Wednesday 17 OctoberPGL Evening
Parents of children in Year 6 are invited to a meeting to discuss the proposed residential visit to Shropshire in June 2007.
Thursday 18 October 10am Key Stage 2 Harvest Festival
Traditionally we hold two Harvest Festivals.Key Stage 2 children (Years 3, 4, 5 and 6) will lead theirs in the hall this morning. Parents are invited to attend.
Thursday 18 OctoberPTA tea in the hall
The PTA would like to invite anybody who is interested in finding out a little more about their work or in joining the committee, to join them for an informal chat and refreshments in the hall.
Friday 19 October 2:30pm Key Stage 1 Harvest Festival
The children in Key Stage 1 (Reception, Years 1 and 2) will lead their Harvest Festival this afternoon. Again, parents are invited to attend.
Friday 19 OctoberWASPStag rugby festival
Two teams from Years 5 and 6 will attend a tag rugby festival organised by London WASPS community team.
Friday 19 OctoberBreak for Half Term
We break for half term at .School re-opens on Tuesday 30 October 2007 at .
Wednesday 7 NovemberPTA AGM
The PTA AGM will be held at in the school hall.Wine and nibbles will be served.I do hope to see you there.
Sunday 11 NovemberRemembrance Sunday
Some of our children will lay a wreath at the Remembrance Ceremony at the Memorial Centre in Gerrards Cross this morning.Also, the usual St James Church Memorial Centre Service will be held in our school hall on this occasion.
Wednesday 21 NovemberFACT assemblies
Simon Shutt from the Faith Awareness in Children Trust will return today to lead two further assemblies.
Thursday 22 NovemberYear 5 Visit
Year 5 will visit Sulgrave Manor as part of their history work about the Tudor period.
Friday 23 NovemberNon-Uniform Day
We will hold our traditional non-uniform day for the PTA Christmas Fair.Children are asked to bring a gift for the children?s room in exchange for wearing clothes of their own choice.
Monday 26 November
Image Theatre will visit school today and will give two performances of 'The Snow Queen', one to Key Stage One and one to Key Stage Two.
Saturday 1 DecemberPTA Annual Christmas Fair
The PTA will be holding its annual Christmas Fair.Further details will be sent to you in due course.
Monday 3 DecemberGovernors' Meeting
The governors will meet in school this evening at .
Wednesday 5 DecemberCarols in the Village
The Gerrards Cross Christmas Festival will begin with carol singing in Station Road. Traditionally children and families from our school help to lead the carol singing before enjoying refreshments and Christmas shopping throughout the village. More details will follow nearer to the time.
Tuesday 18 DecemberNativity Play
The first performance of the Key Stage One (Year R, 1 and 2) Nativity play will take place at .Younger brothers and sisters are welcome to attend but if babies or small children become distracting, please could they be taken our of the hall as some parents (and grandparents) have been unable to hear their child's carefully rehearsed lines in the past.
Wednesday 19 DecemberNativity Play 10.00am
The second performance of the Key Stage One Nativity play will take place at today for an adult only audience.