Football at Stoke Park

Well done to Stoke Park football team who played in a football round-robin at Headley Park School. All the boys had great spirt and showed how brilliant we can be when we work as a team.

Remembrance Day at the Memorial Ground

Year 6 were invited to take part in the Remembrance Service at the Memorial Ground today. They laid a wreath alongside other invited visitors to remember the sacrifice made by so many who lost their lives during times of war. The children were a credit to the school – well done Year 6.

Following the clues

Today we followed clues left around the school about our new story in Literacy. We found straw, sticks and bricks. It must be … The Three Little Pigs! We are going to change the story to include robots and then write our own versions.

Remarkable Robots in Year 2

To kick start our topic in Year 2 we’ve been busy making robots. We used our creative skills to make many different robots. Some can cook our breakfast and others have clocks to wake us up!

Shape hunters

Year 1’s new topic in Maths in Shape. We became shape hunters today and went out onto the playground. We searched high and low for shapes and took photographs when we found them. We’re looking forward to learning more about 2D and 3D shapes and their properties!

A wild day out

Year 1 and Year 2 had an amazing day at Wild Place. We saw some incredible creatures, including bears, lynx, cheetahs, giraffes and much more! We also learnt a lot about wolves in our workshop. Thank you to the parent helpers who supported us today and the staff at Wild Place for making it a day to remember.


Oh dear – Hazel Class have turned into a pack of wolves! We’ll be learning all about them over the coming weeks, ready for our trip to Wild Place next week. We will be wolf experts, ready to write our Wolf Reports.

Bike to School Week

It has been lovely to see so many children cycling to school this week, some even braving yesterday’s torrential downpour.

Today we were lucky enough to have Alisdair, a parent and local bike mechanic, servicing the children’s bikes in the playground. He has left a note on the bikes informing the owner what he has done and if there are any issues that need looking at further. Unfortunately, due to the large amount of bikes in school today, he was unable to get through them all, however The Vench offer a free bike servicing session on a Thursday after school should anyone want to get their bike looked at.

Thank you Alisdair for taking the time out to support our Bike to School Week.

Welcome back!

We hope you had a relaxing and refreshing summer break. The children have settled into their new classes brilliantly and have impressed us all with their positive attitudes to school. We’re looking forward to a wonderful year ahead!

Fantastic Football at Stoke Park

Well done to all who took part in the Bristol Rovers Community Trust Football Match on Saturday against Filton Avenue Primary School. They worked together brilliantly as a team to win the match 11-0.