Pirate Day


Ahoy me hearties. A big thank you to the children who were incredibly well behaved pirates throughout the entire day. You all did yourself proud and were a pleasure to spend the day doing pirate activities with. We had great fun keeping scurvy away with our fruit salad and hunting for treasure round the school.  Thank you to all of the parents who sent the children dressed up looking fabulous or just with the enthusiasm to join in with the day, your help makes a big difference to the success of events in school so thank you.

We had a great day of pirate activities.

Gardening Club

What a busy term it’s been in gardening club. Lots of weeding, some lovely vegetables are growing, a fun and interesting visit from the Severn Rivers Trust and they all worked hard to plant up some great pots and baskets that we sold on sports day.

We took £150.20 on sports day which is fantastic so thanks to all who purchased and supported us. This gives us a profit of £73.20 which will help with the continual cost of supplying plants and equipment to engage the children in gardening and hopefully make the school look great too!

For any budding gardeners in the Juniors, look out for a note in bookbags in the Autumn Term for when we will be starting back. If anyone is interested in helping out on a rota basis you would be very welcome, please contact Rasi, Louise or Wendy in the office.

We also need to sort out a watering rota for the holidays if you are willing to stick your name on the list please let us know.



Pirate Day

Please note that the Infants will be having a Pirate Day on Wednesday 13th July.a-diy-felt-pirate-costume-for-kids pirate6

Children in the Infants do not have to wear their school uniform, instead we would like them to dress as pirates! PLEASE do not buy a costume, the more ragged and thrown together the better. Our pirates are to be a right rabble!

Thank you.

Sports Day 2016

Once again, thanks to Friends of School and all of the volunteers who helped to make Sports Day a success.  Everyone seemed to have a good time despite the doubtful weather!

The winners of the trophies were as follows:

The Betty Kinsey Trophy for Year 2 girls was not presented this year as we do not have any girls in Year 2.

The Derek Page Trophy for Year 2 boys – Finley Davies and Tyler Floyd

The Marion Richards Trophy for Year 6 girls – Mollie Davies

The Ian Richards Trophy for Year 6 boys – Glyn Williams

The House Sports Trophy – Todleth

The Spirit of Churchstoke Trophy – Kirsty Jones and Mollie Davies

A grand total of £305 was raised by the stalls etc at the end of the day and this will be used to support PE and extra curricular sport and games for next year. Thank you to everyone who worked so hard to make this possible and to everyone who contributed.

Congratulations to everyone for a great school sports!