Christmas Dinner

Today, the children were served a delicious Christmas meal by our cooks, Gemma and Kerry. In line with our vision to act more sustainably, we had ’deconstructed’ Christmas crackers so were able to reduce our waste but still treat ourselves! … Continued


Well done to our Year R, 1 and 2 children for their fantastic performance of ‘Lights, Camel, Action’. They thrilled audiences with their singing, dancing and acting and should be very proud of themselves!

Carol Singing at Combe Mill

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On Saturday 7th December, our school choir of over 20 pupils joined the church choir to perform Christmas carols at the Combe Mill Christmas Market. Lucky shoppers were treated to brilliant singing from all. Well done everyone!

Combe Christmas Lights

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On Friday 6th December, FoCS took over the Reading Room to host the Christmas Lights Event. The evening began with Bazaar stalls, Children’s Christmas crafts, reindeer rides (well, a donkey wearing antlers) and Santa’s grotto. There was a range of … Continued

Green Club at the Christmas Lights

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The Green Club worked hard to prepare eco-friendly gifts for their stall at the Christmas Lights event. They produced sell-out bath bombs, bird feeders using old teacups, Christmas tree decorations, and many other wonderful gift ideas. The children did an … Continued

KS2 watch Macbeth

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KS2 thoroughly enjoyed watching a performance of Macbeth. Everyone was completely engaged and all got to partake in the show itself, either as named characters or creating the various sound effects of the Scottish heath (from wind and rain to … Continued

Samba Workshop

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Swallows Class spent the day at the Samba workshop, where they learned about this traditional style of Brazilian music. They experimented with a whole range of instruments: tamborims, maracas, agogo bells, pandeiros, and the huge surdo drums. As well as practising … Continued

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