Tuesday 25th April, 3.30-4.30pm – Y6 fundraising event in the hall. Please support if you can.

Thursday 27th April – NEU Strike Day – Years 1, 4 and 5 are closed

Monday 1st May – School Closed for May Bank Holiday

Tuesday 2nd May – NEU Strike Day – Years 1, 2, 4 and 5 are closed

Thursday 4th May – Bike to School Day

Friday 5th May – Pre-school to Year 5 Coronation Celebration Day. Parent volunteers welcome. Y6 date to be confirmed.

Friday 5th May – FOSCS Donut Sale

Monday 8th May – School Closed for Coronation Bank Holiday

9th-12th May – Year 6 SATs tests

Friday 12th May – Wear Blue for ME Awareness Day (£1 charity donation)

Wednesday 17th May – Y3/4 visit to Oxford Science Centre

Thursday 18th May – School Discos

friday 21st april


Welcome to the Summer term! We have already seen some sunshine this week and the children have enjoyed spending some of their break times on the school field before it rained again today. It is such a lovely space for them to play in and it means they can use the trim trail again, which is very popular. Look out for details of upcoming events which parents and the wider community can be involved with this term, starting with the Y6 fundraising event next week (information below) and our Coronation Celebration Day on Friday 5th May (except Y6 who will celebrate on a different day – more details to follow).

Mrs Christine Richards

Fundraising Event on Tuesday

Some of our Year 6 students have volunteered their time to organise a fundraising event to raise money for those affected by the earthquakes in Syria and Turkey. They have organised some games and stalls which will include selling toys and books, origami, cupcakes and much much more! Eco-club have also kindly agreed to run a stall selling wildflower seed bombs and tomato plants. The event will take place on Tuesday 25th April in the school hall from 3.30-4.30. All ages welcome. Please bring your pocket money to donate to a worthy cause.


We have had a few confirmed cases of headlice in children this week.  Please check your child’s hair thoroughly and treat if necessary.  


Nut free school 

Please remember that we are a nut free school, and that any products containing nuts or nut derivatives should not be consumed in school.



This week’s value has been Generosity
Reception – Sebastian M
Year 1 – Dyman
Year 2 – Milan
Year 3 – William Che
Year 4 – Isabel
Year 5 – Lily
Year 6 – Freddie


Reception – Sebastian G for having a great learning week
Year 1 – Lenny for amazing counting in 2s
Year 2 – Zandile for excellent confidence with fractions
Year 3 – Athen for an excellent re-telling of the water cycle
Year 4 – Oscar W for producing a detailed diagram of a river and its features
Year 5 – Laylah for always being hard working and helpful
Year 6 – Arthur for great understanding when calculating the volume of cubes and cuboids

behaviour AWARDS

Reception – Izzy
Year 1 – Iris
Year 2 – Alex
Year 3 – George
Year 4 – Darcie
Year 5 – Jamie
Year 6 – Brennan


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