Monday 20th of February – back to school
Thursday 23rd of February – Hearts and Sparkles Disco
KS1 4.00 to 5.00pm
KS2 5.15 to 6.15pm
Thursday 2nd of March – World Book Day
Saturday 11th of March – Cross Country event at Ascott House
FRIDAY 10th February


Thanks to all the parents and children who went to so much effort in their attempts to break as many rules as possible today. The children have really enjoyed it and by the looks of the pots of change coming into the office from the classrooms, it’s been a really successful fundraising event. 

Congratulations to the year 3/4 football squad who played amazingly in the football festival at the Royal Latin on Thursday this week.  The boys came top of their division and have proudly won some medals and a trophy, which once engraved, will be presented to them in assembly.  Well done! 

Have an enjoyable half term  

Mrs Christine Richards

Award winners for last week!

Well done to all the children who received certificates last week. As there was no newsletter last week, we are honoring them belatedly in this week’s one! 

Value bands - Positivity

Reception – Kara
Year 1 – Ava
Year 2 – Liam
Year 3 – Cian
Year 4 –  Alfie T
Year 5 – Arabella
Year 6 – Brennan

Star Awards

Year R – Sophie for amazing independent writing this week

Year 1 – Oakley for super work in maths

Year 2  – Karla for engaging really well with reading at home

Year 3 – Athen for truly awesome map skills

Year 4- Alex for excellent sewing

Year 5 – Violet for great work in understanding maths

Year 6 – Pippa for an outstanding piece of homework

Behaviour awards

Year 1 – Jacob

Year 2 – Salvy

Year 3 – Rose

Year 4 – Alex

Year 5 – Henry S

Year 6 – Poppy

VALUE BANDS 10/02/23

VALUE BANDS 10/02/23

This week’s value is Generosity
Reception- Ummayyah 
Year 1 –  Stella
Year 2 – Luke
Year 3 – Evie
Year 4 – Callum
Year 5 – Harry
Year 6 – Elina

STAR AWARDS 10/02/23

Reception -Milly for trying so hard in your learning this week
Year 1 – Lykan for a super start to Year 1 and settling in perfectly
Year 2 – Duncan for a super effort when writing a non-chronological report
Year 3 – Ravi for excellent sewing in D.T this week
Year 4 – Reya for writing lovely sentence stacking sentences in English
Year 5 – Joe for beating Mr Foster with his exceptional Roman Numerals work!
Year 6 – Mia for super work with algebraic expressions this week

behaviour AWARDS 10/02/23

Reception – Olivia
Year 1 -Ronnie-Ray
Year 2 – Milan
Year 3 – Baxter
Year 4 – Toby
Year 5 – Alfie W
Year 6 – Aiden P-G


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