Activities and Visits
All activities and visits are subject to the Buckinghamshire Educational Visits Policy and Guidance. Parents will be notified of a proposed activity or visit and asked if they would make a voluntary contribution to help cover the cost. If sufficient numbers make this viable the activity or visit will proceed. Should there be insufficient numbers the activity or visit will be cancelled.
Activities Outside School Hours:
Charges for these will be based on the actual cost of the activity.
Music lessons in school:
Peripatetic teachers visit school with a variety of instruments to teach private lessons. Please ask at the school office for details.
There are a wide variety of clubs and activities after school. These are mainly for pupils from Year 3 upwards since younger children need a break at the end of the day.
After school they can take part in clubs such as football, netball, cricket, drama, Buskers.
Many clubs are seasonal. The school organises a ''Clubs Fair'' when the children can find out about clubs and sign up for membership. Parental permission will always be sought for joining/attending extra-curricular activities.
Children have opportunities to perform throughout the year in music and drama at our Christmas, Spring and Summer concerts, various current events and charitable activities.
We continue to collect unwanted specatacles for Vision Aid. The box is kept in the school entrance foyer.
We also collect Postage Stamps for RNIB.
We generally collect vouchers issued by the major supermarkets. These are exchanged for the promotional material specified.
Second Hand Uniform
If anyone needs any items in between the Second Hand Uniform sales then please speak to Mrs Phillips or Ms Stolpova and they will be happy to help. If you leave your number at the school office we can pass it on to them.
Thank you for attending our second Growth Mindset Open Day on 27th June.
The leaflet below was given to parents on the day and is useful for supporting children in their learning.
Those who attended the drug awareness evening at school on Thursday 22nd June found it both engaging and moving.
The speaker, Elizabeth Burton-Phillips MBE, founded the Wycombe-based charity DrugFam following the loss of her son to addiction.
The charity supports families affected by drug and alcohol addition. For more information visit http://drugfam.co.uk