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.
Christmas service 2018
Many thanks to all the children
for taking us on an
international tour seeing how
Christmas is celebrated in other
parts of the world.
The EYFS Nativity was amazing as
always - they told the
incredible story of the
incarnation (God becomes man)
through acting and song.
Well done (and thank you) to
Maya for winning the Bath On Ice
drawing competition. Her prize
is for the whole of Year 6 to
have a free ice-skating session
- how brilliant! We have won
for the third year running!
WW1 themed day for the juniors
was all very exciting
The Y5s had a fun day out in
Churchill this week at the
Mendip Snowsport Centreís
dry-ski slope. The rain didnít
dampen their spirits and they
all had a really good go at
learning a new skill.
The Girls football team enjoyed
learning new skills at a recent
event at the Odd Down Playing
Many Thanks to all who brought
in Food for the Bath Foodbank
for the Harvest Festival.
Juniors enjoyed a day working
practising and performing a
play based on the Ancient Greek
Year 4 children had an amazing
time on their residential trip
to Folly Farm - The weather
didn't dampen their spirits and
they were still able to make
fires despite the wet.
All the children really enjoyed
the day - honing their precision
skills and working as a team
while New Age Kurling! There was
even a competitive element,
playing against teams from other
Cross Country Running
18 children from the Junior
department enjoyed the 1.2 km
race on Weds 3rd October.
All of the children completed
Leavers' Service & Tea
Y6 Enjoy a trip to Paulton's
Well done to all the children
and staff for an amazing
- such talent, excellence and
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
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
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 Jamesí Church for part funding this again. I
hope they enjoy reading them and find the contents life changing.
Children in Kestrel, Owl & Osprey enjoyed a Robotics Day
(see class blogs for more pictures)
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 Oliviaís winning competition entry. more..
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
Congratulations to the Football team on winning the match the other day
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!