Red house won the ‘gotchas’ for this term and enjoyed themselves at the play park last week.
Class Two won the Attendance Award for October.
Half term break ends on Monday 31st October with an INSET day, no children are needed at school; the teachers will be learning instead! They look forward to welcoming the pupils back on Tuesday 1st November.
Don’t forget to cover your shoebox and fill it up ready to bring in to school on Tuesday 1st November.
The value for next term is ‘Caring’.
We’ll be thinking about how can we care for people today and how can we show God’s care for everybody?
Our school is a member of the Eynsham Partnership Academy
Every Person Achieves
Stanton Harcourt Church of England Primary School provides a happy, nurturing and supportive environment founded on the principles of the Christian faith. We are fair, respectful and make sure we all work together to live up to our school motto of:
Care Respect Equality Achievement Trust Excellence
All members of our school community are valued and respected in order that everyone can have a positive attitude towards themselves, others and life. Everyone works together to ensure that all of our children experience success and reach the highest possible standards of academic achievement, whilst nurturing their self belief enabling them to become proactive future citizens.
The children in the school collaborated with the school community to create their school vision which is: “We are a small school with a big heart”.
Through our close links with parents, the community and the local church St Michael’s Stanton Harcourt, we endeavour to ensure we do indeed have a ‘big heart’.
The school provides a rich and creative curriculum to ensure all learning is taught through a range of real and creative experiences through a child-centred, enquiry based approach which celebrates the success and achievement of all. A child is at school for 12% of the year so we really need to make those hours count! We provide places for pupils for children aged 3 to 11, the pre-school are taught within the reception children in the FSU.
The school buildings are well cared for and we have grounds with hard surface areas, a spacious playing field and adventure play equipment.
The school warmly welcomes visitors, please do come and look around the school to see for yourself what a special place it is.
We are an inclusive school.
If you are visiting our school please contact the office if you have access, hearing or sight problems. We will release a parking space for you if you need one close to the building.
Updating our Policies:
Eynsham Partnership Academy are working together to create policies across the Academy of schools. Our policies will therefore be updated according to their schedule.