In assembly today, we reminded the children about staying safe over the Christmas period and helping people without being asked. The value for next Term is Excellence.
The children, staff and parents came together on a beautiful, although chilly evening for Carols by Candlelight. Thank you very much to everyone who came back to support this Christmas event. There was a good community feel to the evening. Thank you also to all the families for the gifts and cards that you have sent in […]
Due to icy conditions, school will be opening at 9.30am this morning instead of 8.40am. Please travel safely.
Dear Families Thank you for your understanding regarding the school being closed on Monday. There were several staff members and parents who have been busy this morning clearing pathways and gritting. Looking at the weather forecast there is no more snow. However, freezing conditions overnight will mean that everyone travelling to school will need to […]
Sunday 10th December 5.05 p.m. We have decided to close the school to all students and staff on Monday 11th December 2017 for the following reasons: The conditions in and around the school site are currently unsafe and the weather forecast predicts more snow and freezing conditions overnight on Sunday Many staff live some distance from the school […]
Our school nurse is coming to West Kidlington tomorrow afternoon between 2.15 and 3.15pm. All parents and carers are invited to come along and discuss any health worries or queries you may have about your child’s health. Refreshments will be provided. We look forward to seeing you.
Another busy day: quad biking, abseiling, Jacob’s ladder and Aeroball. Three square meals so nobody has gone hungry! Campfire tonight, then bed (once we have done some packing!).
We’ve had another busy day here! Survivor, trapeze, archery and giant swing, plus a rousing game of capture the flag – we have earned our delicious hot meals! Everyone’s tucked up in bed now and ready for a good rest before tomorrow’s activities.
Update from PGL: After a fun game of robot wars, most of us had a lovely night of sleep! We’ve had a tasty breakfast and now getting ready to start our day. This morning: trapeze, archery, and survivor! It’s apparently never too early for football!
Year 6 have enjoyed their first afternoon at PGL, showing resilience during the vertical challenge and the sensory trail. Next up: dinner, then robot wars!