National School Census Day

National School Census Day – Thursday 15th January This is an important day whereby various statistics are gathered nationally in all Primary Schools. We have the chance to ensure funding opportunities are maximised by asking all Hedgehogs and Badger children to opt for a school dinner on Thursday. Fish fingers and crisps and jelly is …

Pantomime Reminder

The whole school will be going to the Civic Theatre in Chelmsford on Tuesday to see Peter Pan. Please remember all children will need a packed lunch to take with them. Views: 117

Christmas Card Competition Winner

Well done to Skyla who won a competition at Stanmore Hospital to design a Christmas Card. Skyla won a pack of cards with her design and a £10 Amazon voucher. Well done! Views: 139

Stargazer, Stargazer…

Team St. Giles’ pulled off another wonderful nativity this week! The performances were really heart-warming and touching. Everyone was fantastic; actors, singers, narrators and band. It really reminded everyone of what Christmas is all about. A huge thank you to Mr Munson and Mrs Everard who led the children so brilliantly through the show – …

Class Expedition

As part of our extreme earth topic we went on our own expedition! We imagined the challenges we might face, such as crocodile infested rivers to cross and steep mountains to climb. Views: 142

Friends of St Giles’

News relating to the Friends of St. Giles’ will appear here. Views: 134

Class News

News relating to the four classes will appear here. Views: 128

Curriculum News

News relating to the various curriculum areas will appear here. Views: 153

School Council

This week in assembly we ‘invested ’ our new House Captains for this year.  They undertook the ‘House Captain’ promise, to be good sports, to be good role models and to serve their house well.  Congratulations to Ella & Max (Oak House); Taylor & Zoe (Birch House) and Theo & Ionie (Elm)   Views: 147

Christmas Shoebox Appeal

This week we had a visitor come into school and talk to the children about Operation Christmas Child, run by Samaritan’s Purse. The children will have all brought home a leaflet with full details of how to fill the shoebox. They also ask for a £3 ‘shipping’ donation per shoebox. We will collect the shoeboxes …

Muntjacs – Twelfth Night

On Thursday all of Muntjacs class went to Bulmer Primary School to watch Twelfth Night performed by the Young Shakespeare Company. Colne Engaine Primary School also came to watch. Most people’s favourite actor was Toby Belch because he was very funny. He interrupted conversations and also pretended to be drunk which made everyone laugh. Thomas …

Visit to Daws Hall

We visited Daws Hall as part of our study on rivers. It was a brilliant trip, despite heavy rain all morning! The children were able to get in the brook, and collect living creatures to examine and take measurements from the water. A memorable day!   Views: 634