Author Archives: Elizabeth Crow

Open Days

We will be holding open mornings for the parents and carers of children due to start school in September 2024. Mrs Crow would like to offer a warm welcome to you on Saturday 30th September and Saturday 14th October from 10.00am to 12.00pm. Tours of the school will be given every half an hour (10.00am,…

The story of ‘The Oxlip Building’

Last September, after a busy summer clearing the contents of our infant classrooms and outbuildings, we were excited to finally see our old demountable classrooms demolished and the building project begin. It has been a challenging time with much disruption but we are thrilled that it is finally finished! Our beautiful new building consists of…

Sports Day

We enjoyed two fantastic Sports Days where our children competed in both individual and team events such as the standing long jump, javelin, aiming and agility alongside traditional races. The weather was lovely and everybody had an opportunity to enjoy our traditional picnic at lunchtime on Day 2. We were so proud of the children…

Spains Hall Visit

KS2 had a great time visiting Spains Hall Estate in Finchingfield and learnt about how the introduction of a beaver colony is contributing to the natural flood management scheme in the area.

Spring Concert

In March, the children entertained over fifty senior members of our community with a Spring Concert followed by tea and cake served by our Year 6 prefects. The children thoroughly enjoyed performing some of the songs they had been learning and we were so proud of our talented musicians. It was wonderful to hear such…

World Book Day

The children (and staff) thoroughly enjoyed our ‘Books for Bedtime’ theme this year…    

Remembrance

Every year on the Friday preceding Remembrance Sunday our Year 6 pupils visit the war memorial in the village to lay a wreath on behalf of our school community. The wreath is laid by our Head Boy and Girl each year and this time it was the turn of Dylan and Martha.

Harvest Festival

Every Autumn, the whole school comes together to celebrate Harvest Festival. This is such an important time of year for our country village. Each class gave their own presentation and we reflected on the meaning of harvest around the world.