12th October at 5.00pm
We are really pleased to welcome you to our school. Please take a look around our website and have a look at the presentations below to find out more about us.
We will be hosting virtual parent & carer meetings for prospective pupils on 4th October at 11.30am, 12th October at 5.00pm, 2nd November at 9.00am and 30th November at 5.00pm.
Please follow this Zoom link to join the meeting
Meeting ID: 831 7869 7980
We will be offering face-to-face tours on the following dates:
Tuesday 2nd 1.30-2.30pm
Wednesday 3rd 9.00-10.00am & 1.30-2.30pm
Thursday 4th 1.30-2.30pm
Monday 8th 1.15-2.15pm
Wednesday 10th 1.15-2.15pm
Thursday 11th 9.00-10.00am
Wednesday 17th 9.00-10.00am & 1.15-2.15pm
Monday 22nd 1.30-2.30pm
Wednesday 24th 9.00-10.00am
Thursday 25th 1.30-2.30pm
Monday 29th 1.15-2.15pm
Thursday 2nd 9.00-10.00am
Monday 6th 1.30-2.30pm
Thursday 9th 1.30-2.30pm
Tuesday 14th 1.15-2.15pm
Please email email@example.com to book your preferred time. Adults will need to have taken a Lateral Flow Test (and received a negative result) within 48-hours of arrival, wear a face mask and adopt a Catch-it, Bin-it, Kill-it approach when coughing and sneezing.
Tours will start at lower school, then move across to upper school. If you only wish to visit one of the sites, please state which in your email. Places are limited, so please say for how many adults you wish to book.
In the meantime, please take a look at our virtual tours of lower school (for reception pupils) and upper school (for year 3 pupils) and feel free to email if you have any questions or would like additional information.
Applications open on 8th November 2021 and close on 14th January 2022.
Year 3 Sept 2022
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Welcome to Upper School
We have an additional 36 places available in year 3 for pupils from Wickford Church of England, or any other local infant school. If you would like to apply for a junior school place for your child, please complete the online application here.
Thanks to Mr Porter and his catering team for the yummy desserts today: Ramet’s Rocky Road, Porter’s Pineapple Upside Down Cake with Collins’ Custard, Randalls’ Raspberry Ripple Icecream Roll & Baker’s Banoffee Pie. The ice-cream and banoffee proved to be the most popular choices, with over 300 pupils enjoying a school dinner.
The Year 5/6 Football team competed in their first festival last night and played incredibly well. They won 2 games, drew 1 and only lost 1 game. This resulted them in coming 3rd overall. Well done boys.
We were very fortunate to have a real musician in assembly today to help children appreciate this month’s music theme, TV & Film Music. Si played his digital accordion to demonstrate how melodies and other musical features are used to hook the viewer.
Children had a great time guessing the film/TV programme and clapping along to Pirates of the Caribbean, Peppa Pig and more.
To coincide with Harvest, we collected food and toiletries to donate to our local foodbank to help families in our community. Thank you.
Classes in upper school have started to visit Wickford Library. Children displayed our school values walking to and from and inside the library, and they thoroughly enjoyed the experience of using their library cards to take fiction and non-fiction books home.
Andy Goldsworthy uses the natural environment – and ONLY the natural environment- to build deceptively simple works of engineering art.
Today, Year 3 blended the outdoor classroom with the indoor classroom to use natural materials to construct Goldsworthy inspired sculptures. They spent the afternoon creating their masterpieces. Mr Baker managed to visit at the end and tell 3YF just how determined they had been to create such wonderful pieces of artwork! Well done 3YF!
Year 2 thoroughly enjoyed their community walk around the local area yesterday afternoon. It was the first trip outside of school for the children and they did a superb job of upholding the school values in the local community! The children used their Ordnance Survey maps to locate local amenities and use the mapping skills they had learnt in class, in real life!
The children also discovered the conservation area at the end of the Upper School field and when we arrived back in class, we spotted just how big the area is and how close it is to both the High Street and the railway line!
Well done, Year 2! We are very proud of you!
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Year 6 thoroughly enjoyed sports day this morning and a huge thank you to all the parents, who were able to join us. The results are:
1st place = Green team with 468 points
2nd place = Yellow team with 464 points
3rd place = Blue team with 432 points
4th place = Red team with 407 points