Our vision is to be an exceptional church school committed to investing in young lives.  A school where staff and governors work in partnership with parents to provide a caring, stimulating environment rooted in Christian values;  a school with high expectations where all are valued and nurtured as individuals because they are unique and loved by God.

  "GOOD" - Ofsted Report - March 2016       "OUTSTANDING" - Church Inspection Report March 2016

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 July / September
24 Leavers' service 2pm  Leavers' tea for children and parents who are leaving  Y6. 
END OF TERM!  Have a wonderful holiday everyone!
3&4 Training Days - school closed
5 Term Starts
Robin Class Jay Class Dove Class Nightingale Class Hawk Class Eagle Class Osprey Class Owl Class Kestrel Class
  Well done to all the children and staff for an amazing afternoon's entertainment  - such talent, excellence and fun!
  The Football team played an amazing match against WASPS in the final.  They won the match 4-0 and have brought some impressive silverware home.
Sports Day was an amazing event.  Thanks to all who came to support and a special thanks to those who loaned the school their gazebos for the morning - a life saver!
49 Children from St Philip's joined forces with 450 children from across the Palladian Trust for a wonderful evening of song and dance at the Forum.
8 Children from Y4 enjoyed an afternoon of tennis at Bath University.
IMG_4607 dscf3667.jpg IMG_4509 Year 6 on Residential Camp at Kilve Court 
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St Philip's Primary School Football team at the semi-finals against Combe Down... 1-0 - well done Team!
We're through to the finals!

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Easter Service. 
Children did a great job in recounting the facts of Jesus' death & resurrection through readings, song & dance.
Easter Hat Parade - well done to everyone who made a hat - they looked amazing.
101_6143 Hawk Animation Day
Osprey Skiing  & Tobogganing Trip
Today the children in Y2 and Y6 were presented with a Bible as a gift.  Thanks to St Philip & St James’ Church for part funding this again.  I hope they enjoy reading them and find the contents life changing.
New school clock being installed in memory of Mrs Szczotko.
Unfortunately, a problem with the hands means we can't tell the time just yet!
10 03 04 Children in Kestrel, Owl & Osprey enjoyed a Robotics Day
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Children did a wonderful job telling the Christmas story through readings, song and silhouette.
Owl class braved the wet and cold to spend a fun time at Bath on Ice thanks to Olivia’s winning competition entry.
  Reception children enjoy some time with the donkeys after performing their Nativity at Gracewell nursing home. 
Christmas Lunch
The school choir singing carols at the Sunshine Playgroup and at Gracewell care home.
A huge well done to the Reception Children for their super performance of the Nativity - this has really helped launch us into the Christmas season.
Congratulations to the Football team on winning the match the other day
06 02 All the Junior classes enjoyed a recent trip to Caerleon which helped to bring their History topic on the Romans alive.
Many thanks to all who put together Christmas box.  We collected an impressive 105 - the most we have ever collected!  They will really make a difference to many children this year!
Thanks to all for the food you donated to the Bath food bank.  I know it will be gratefully received.
Congratulations to our 2 football teams on some great games and sportsmanship.
Kestrel Class enjoyed a morning at the roman baths in town.
Year 4 children had a memorable time on their residential trip to Folly Farm

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2017 Summer Music Festival - Top of the Pops Through the Ages.
Thanks to all who came to support the Money Fair on Friday.  The children enjoyed the topic and were very excited to run their stalls - we made £652 profit - well done!
Y6 had a wonderful time at Paulton's Park.
A special well done to all those who received a trophy or certificate today for their sporting endeavours.
16 of our children were selected to go to Bath University Sports Village to take part in a sports festival.
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Sports Day 2017
  Osprey Year 4 trip to Wagamamas
Nightingale and Jay classes enjoyed a trip to Bristol zoo
A hard earned 3-2 win; goals from Josh, Christian and Jamie sealed victory.
Year 5s enjoy a day at Longleat.
Year 6 children enjoy a residential trip to Kilve Court.
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