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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 September  /  October
24 All reception children in for Mornings and lunch - please collect at 1:15
Coffee morning open to parents of reception children pop into the hall after drop off for a drink and chat.
25 Open morning for prospective parents 9:30 - 11:00
5 Photographer in to take class pictures
Robin Class Jay Class Dove Class Nightingale Class Hawk Class Eagle Class Osprey Class Owl Class Kestrel Class
  Leavers' Service & Tea
09  08 Y6 Enjoy a trip to Paulton's Park
  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.
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.
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.
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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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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