We had a visit today! Last Friday the children filled our large jar with glass nuggets for demonstrating respect, readiness and responsibility. All the children and staff were treated to a well earned ice cream! Thank you to the Friends for supporting this.
Beeches children have been enjoying planting seeds for our new vegetable garden on the top site. They have planted peas in the raised beds and broccoli, squash, courgettes and tomatoes in the cold frames. We are hoping for a bumper crop of vegetables this year!
Our new Spiritual and Sensory garden has been planted up by the children. Children's senses of smell, hearing, taste, sight and touch will be stimulated with the carefully chosen plants. Other plants will help promote a place for calm and stillness.
Year 5 and 6 Advent wreaths and art for the Church
Poppy Appeal 2020 - We raised £216.80, thank you for your support!
Respct, Readiness and Responsibility whole school reward
Mosaic Rainbow 2020
Message from the staff
Cheltenham Music Festival at Cheltenham Town Hall. We do have video clips that we can share in school but not publish on the internet to safeguard children from other schools, who were in the background.
Love of learning, love of life and love of one another.
Key Steps Gymnastics competition at Dene Magna school, February 2020.
Young Voices 2020 - After several months of rehearsals our Young Voices Choir went to the World Resorts Arena in Birmingham to sing with 6000 children. They all had an amazing day and were part of an experience they will never forget. Please click here to view photos and videos.
Forest Food Bank - Christmas delivery, December 2019
Carol and Christingle Service December 2020
Larches and Oaks visit to Nature in Art - December 2019
A Christmas Carol - Pantomime visit 2019
Larches Violin performance October 2019
Remembrance Day 2019
Children donating Christmas boxes for Eastern Europe, being collected by Keith and Sandy from Teams4U. Thank you!
Violin with Larches, led by Heather McFarlane from Gloucestershire Music
Samba drumming with Willows and Beeches, led by Mr Evans from Gloucestershire Music
Local shoppers at Bare Necessities, have been donating food for the Forest Foodbank. Mrs Gait had arranged with Spike (owner) to collect the food with some children from Oaks and deliver to the Forest Foodbank in Cinderford.
Daxa taught our Key Stage 2 children about Hinduism on Thursday 6th June, please see class pages for additional photographs.
Clare Hammond, International Concert Pianist, visited our school on Wednsday 5th June where she performed a recital to the whole school. Thank you to Nick Steele from Gloucestershire Music for providing us with this amazing experience.
Clare Hammond, International Concert Pianist. June 2019
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