Week beginning 17th October – Walk to School Week

Tuesday 18th October, 3.30-7.30pm – Parents’ Evening

Thursday 20th October, 2pm – Harvest Service at St Michael’s Church. Please ensure you have let us know if you are planning to attend!

Thursday 20th October, 3.30-5.30pm – Parents’ Evening

Friday 14th October


In the penultimate week before half term, many of the classes have been making the most of the sunshine and taking their learning outside. Along with the usual PE and forest school sessions, Pre-school and Reception have had fun collecting and throwing up Autumn leaves to see how they land. Years One and Two have been outside waving scarves in the air to experience how they move ready to write a story about a lost scarf on a windy day! Some Key Stage Two classes have also been reflecting on Autumn and creating art pieces to represent this season. It has certainly been an Autumnal week!

Mrs Christine Richards

Clothing Recycling

Thanks to all those who are using our textile recycling bin for their clear outs – this does provide the school with funds throughout the year. The bin is being emptied again on Monday, ready to be refilled after that.  Please don’t leave any donations for recycling until then in case the items get wet over the weekend.

Parents’ Evening Appointments

Your child’s class teacher will have sent you your Parents’ Evening appointment for next week using See Saw. Please check for your messages and if there are any problems with the appointment you have been given or you haven’t received or booked one yet, please contact the office or the class teacher on Monday.


This week’s value is positivity
Year 1 – Max
Year 2 – Isaac
Year 3 – Danny
Year 4 – La’Miya
Year 5 – Aston
Year 6 – Isaac B


Year 1 – Ellie-Mae for super contributions to class discussions
Year 2 – Sebby for having a more positive and settled approach at school
Year 3 – Sophia S for excellent work in maths
Year 4 – Robin for writing a great set of instructions
Year 5 – Aiden for his independent research
Year 6 – Bernadette for perseverance when multiplying 4-digit numbers by 2-digit numbers

behaviour AWARDS

Year 1 – Lenny
Year 2 – Jamie
Year 3 – Evie
Year 4 – Liam
Year 5 – Ethan
Year 6 – Kaylee


Agree or strongly agree that their child is happy at our school and they feel safe.


Agree or strongly agree that their child makes good progress and is taught well at Steeple Claydon School.


Would recommend our school to other parents