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.

Stoke Park Sports Day

Thank you to everyone who came to watch the KS2, KS1 and Early Years sports days. The children had a brilliant time competing in lots of fun races and especially enjoyed the adult races! Well done everyone!

Year 3 and 4 Cheddar Caves Trip

What an exciting day at the Cheddar Caves for our Lower KS2 children. It was lovely sunny weather for walking up Jacobs Ladder too which was over 200 steps but worth it for the amazing view!

Year 3 Bakers!

What a great morning making our own dough and baking bread. We also learnt about the healthy eating plate and took home some free goodies too 🙂

Year 5 – 24 Maths Challenge

Quick! Think!

Year 5 went to Victoria Park and took part in the 24 maths challenge against other Year 5 children within the Cathedral School Trust. At the event, the children were put in to groups of 4 and shown a card with 4 numbers on it. The children then had to use all 4 numbers and any operation(s) to make the number 24. The children who could do it the quickest went through to the next round until there were just a couple of finalists. Congratulations to all the children who took park and a very special congratulations to our very own finalist and Group B Champion!

Year 3 at Pizza Express

Year 3 have all become Junior Pizzaiolos! As well as having loads of fun making our own margarita pizzas we had a very informative session all about the importance of using fresh, natural ingredients and being involved in cooking our own food. We all enjoyed having a picnic on the field at lunch eating our yummy fresh pizzas.