‘Book in a box’ competition

By | FS1, FS2, House Carmel, Year 1, Year 2, Year 3, Year 4, Year 5, Year 6

Book Week 26th February – 2nd March
“Book in a box” competition

Our Book Week Competition this year is to create a “book in a box” with super prizes for every year group!

You will need a box, which can be a cereal box, shoe box or equivalent. Choose your favourite book and decorate your box (inside and out) to represent the different parts of the book.

 You could draw or cut out pictures of the characters or significant objects from the book.
 You could recreate a scene from the book inside.
 Include interesting quotes from the text.
 Don’t forget to include the title and author of the book too.
 Make it as colourful and exciting as you can.

For inspiration look at examples of books in boxes on Google “book in box project ideas”. Also Google “book in a box Southam Primary school” and they have some great ideas on their website too.
Label your box clearly with your name and year group and bring your box by Monday 26th of February for judging. Prizes will be awarded at our celebration of the week assembly on Friday 2nd March.

Get Creative!

Outstanding in all areas!

By | FS1, FS2, Newsletter, Religious Education, Year 1, Year 2, Year 3, Year 4, Year 5, Year 6

We are delighted to inform you about our recent SIAMS inspection. We have been judged as outstanding in all areas again for a second time. Thank you so much to the children, staff, church family, governors and parents who contributed to the inspection. I am sure that you all join with me in thanking our wonderful team for continuing to provide a safe school where our children can grow, thrive and fulfill their potential.


Click on the title to open a copy of our inspection letter.


Well done, everyone!


Mrs Alison Adair

Executive Headteacher

Pirate and Princess Party

By | FS1, Nursery

On Thursday 20th July 2017 we are having our party day. A time just to say a big well done to the class for all their hard work. This term we have been learning about pirates, so to keep the theme the children can dress up as a pirate or a princess on Thursday.