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Latest Update - May 2021

posted 10 Jun 2021, 03:59 by Bow Brickhill   [ updated 10 Jun 2021, 04:00 ]


Consultation on Proposed New Uniform

posted 10 May 2021, 06:37 by Bow Brickhill   [ updated 10 May 2021, 06:39 ]





A letter has today been sent by Parentmail with reference to a consultation period for a proposed change to the school uniform.  Responses can be submitted to newuniform@bowbrickhillprimray.co.uk and are required by 21st May.  

A copy of the letter is attached here

Latest update April 2021

posted 28 Apr 2021, 01:08 by Bow Brickhill   [ updated 28 Apr 2021, 01:08 ]


Easter Service and Events

posted 14 Apr 2021, 03:10 by Bow Brickhill   [ updated 14 Apr 2021, 03:10 ]

After a strange start to the spring term we were pleased to be able to hold some of our traditional Easter events, bringing a degree of normality back to the school day.

Although unable to attend church, the children and staff congregated on the playground in socially distanced bubbles for our Easter service with year 6 confidently retelling the Easter story. Year 3/4 performed the song ‘Lean On Me’ through sign language, reminding us of the friendship Jesus shared with his disciples and his love for us. Later in the day, each class enjoyed some fun Easter activities organised by FOTS, with each child receiving an Easter goody bag to take home. A happy end to the term.







Latest update March 2021

posted 26 Mar 2021, 08:02 by Bow Brickhill   [ updated 28 Apr 2021, 01:09 ]


We will remember them

posted 11 Nov 2020, 04:06 by Bow Brickhill   [ updated 11 Nov 2020, 04:07 ]

Despite current restrictions, we have been able to commemorate Remembrance Day, albeit in a very different way this year.  Each class bubble has had the opportunity to visit the memorial and show their respect to the soldiers whose names appear on it.  We were also able to hold a service of Remembrance on the playground, keeping each bubble a safe distance to avoid mixing.  A selection of Year 6 pupils read poems and prayers and a minutes silence was observed.


       
                                                  

ODBE Creative Worship video

posted 22 Oct 2020, 06:54 by Bow Brickhill   [ updated 22 Oct 2020, 06:57 ]

This term, a group of year 6 pupils took part in an exciting project to create a range of collective worship videos to be shared with our community of 283 Church schools. The children contributed readings, prayers and discussions within the video on the theme of creation.
 
The video can be viewed on the ODBE website https://www.oxford.anglican.org/schools/  - click on the link for KS2 Worship

Harvest Festival

posted 12 Oct 2020, 03:42 by Bow Brickhill   [ updated 16 Oct 2020, 02:30 ]

Every year, we join together in church for our Harvest Festival service to show how grateful we are for the harvest and food grown on the land. It is a time to give thanks for a successful crop yield over the year as winter starts to approach and is also about giving thanks for all the good and positive things in our lives. This year, although unable to visit church, the children have worked hard in each class producing wonderful actions to songs, artwork and poems to celebrate the harvest. On Friday 9th October, we collected donations of food for the Milton Keynes Foodbank. We'd like to thank everyone for their generosity towards people less fortunate than ourselves.

Acorns and Oaks signed/sang Harvest songs:


Cedars produced harvest art:




Maples produced acrostic harvest poems.  Please click on the image below to view them.


Harvest Poems by Maples Class

Thank you FOTS

posted 5 Oct 2020, 03:44 by Bow Brickhill   [ updated 5 Oct 2020, 03:44 ]

Today, we had a lovely surprise from our Friends Of The School (FOTS) team who, on behalf of the children, delivered some delicious cakes and a lovely handmade card for the staff to enjoy to celebrate World Teacher Day.
Thank you FOTS!

                           



Welcome Back

posted 22 Sept 2020, 01:33 by Deputy Head

It has been great for us to be able to welcome all of our children back to school over the last couple of weeks, some things have changed such as the way we enter and leave school but the caring ethos and our happy children have remained the same. It's lovely to see our classrooms busy with happy learners again and whilst things may be different the children have adapted well and are trying their best to settle into our new routines. We are all looking forward to a great first half term back together.

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