When you walk through the door of Shillingstone School you will know immediately that this is a caring and inclusive school where everybody feels welcome.
With strong staff parent partnerships and a varied and engaging curriculum, children are motivated to achieve their full potential.
When pupils leave the school, it is with happy memories of their primary education and an enthusiasm for future learning.
Some of our key stage two children took part in our pyramid's cross country competition this week. They worked in teams of four with each child running a lap of our school grounds. Despite the rain, the children did extremely well with the Year 4 team coming third in their category. As well as their fantastic running, I was also so impressed with the children's sportsmanship - well done to all!
A big thank you to the PTA who gave up their time to sell refreshements at the event.
Invitation To Tender - Delivered In Hot Schools Meals / on-site service – Shillingstone CE VA Primary School
The Governors of Shillingstone CE VA Primary School are keen to invite experienced catering contractors to bid for a Delivered in Hot School Meals contract starting from September 2018.
The meals will be required during school term times only. The contract has the potential to be a 4 year provision; 2 years initially, with up to a 2 year extension, if the standard of Service for the Delivered In Hot School Meals / on-site service is considered by the school staff and governors to be providing good quality food, value for money and is popular with the school pupils.
The school is keen to work with an innovative contractor to improve the provision and quality of DIHSM. We are keen to work with contractors who can provide the following:
Bids are to be returned to the School no later than midnight on Monday 30th April 2018.
Thank you to all the boys and girls who made a potato book character. They were fantastic! We hope you all enjoyed the day - we are really pleased you managed to solve the message left by our visitors. Thank you to everyone who also sent in an Extreme Reading photograph. All the World Book Day class room doors look fantastic also!