Archery Success!

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Hannah started Archery a year ago and is now a member of a local Archery club. She recently completed in an Archery competition against about 20 other competitors and came…2ND! We are so incredibly proud of her! What an amazing … Continued

Cricket World Cup Experience!

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Following some of the children’s lessons with a Cricket organisation, Chance 2 Shine, the school were awarded a once in a lifetime opportunity…walk one of the teams on to the pitch at the Men’s Cricket World Cup at the Hampshire … Continued

Wallingford Cycling Festival

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Wallingford Festival of Cycling is returning for the fifth year and we are thrilled to announce our action-packed weekend programme from 12 – 14 July 2019. The festival is a celebration of the inclusive world of cycling with a vision … Continued


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  KIDS GO FREE FLYER – FITFEST OXFORD 2019 Information from the organisers: Zone for Children aged 4-12*. All attending parents can enjoy the fitness and wellness festival experience knowing not only that their children are having a fun time, … Continued

Success in the pool!

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Well done to the Years 5 and 6 children who represented the school at a swimming gala today! The girls team came 3rd and the boys team came 2nd. The boys are through to the next round which is amazing! … Continued

Netball Success!

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  7 children from Years 5 and 6 played in the South Oxfordshire School Games High 5 Netball finals this evening and came 2nd! This is such an amazing achievement because they were 1 of 8 schools to get through … Continued

New Infant Playground

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We have had our opening ceremony today for the infant playground, it was all very exciting! Huge thanks go to our PTFA who substantially helped fund it. Thank you to all of you who have supported the PTFA through volunteering, … Continued

Sports for Champions

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We had a visit on the last day of term from the Olympic athlete, Luke Lennon-Ford,who put all of the children through their paces with his circuit training. He led an assembly telling the children about his path to success. … Continued