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Bishops Cannings CofE (Aided) Primary School

Tel: 01380 860633 Email: admin@bishopscannings.wilts.sch.uk
19th October: Community Ramble. All welcome including dogs on leads.

Welcome

Welcome to Bishops Cannings Church of England (Aided) Primary School. Our school is fiercely proud of its Christian heritage upon which we build high academic standards.

We take pride in the Church status of our school.  You will know from newsletters that we consider the Christian values that underpin our school in Collective Worship as an essential element of school life.  The Christian Value we are focussing on this term is Thankfulness. Through our daily life at school and in our assemblies we highlight the importance of this value to our children and encourage everyone to act with courage in everything they do.  

Please visit the Head Teacher's blog for more information on day to day life at Bishops Cannings School. Please feel free to get in touch with any questions and if you would like to visit our school and see our children engaged in their learning then please make an appointment by telephoning the school office on 01380 860633 or emailing us at admin@bishopscannings.wilts.sch.uk or use the contact the school form here.

Catherine Vardy

Head Teacher

Upcoming Events

13th October: The Big Soup Share

15th and 17th October: Parent Evenings

19th October: Community Ramble

24th October, 2pm: Parent Assembly

 

Multi Academy Trust: Information Update

Please click on the link below to access a letter containing updated information on the Equa Multi Academy Trust.

Letter to Parents, Carers and the Community

Our School's Golden Rule: "Treat people the way you would like to be treated."

Our colleague, Catherine Wallace who leads Religious Education in our school, has been recognised nationally for developing a prayer space in school where children could reflect and think deeply about their world and their feelings about it.  Read about it here.

Achievement For All - Bishops Cannings School has been awarded a national accolade for quality for all the hard work it has done in improving the well-being, resilience and self-esteem of pupils.The Quality Mark Award recognises the important work being done within the school to improve progress in reading, writing and maths for all pupils. More information can be found at http://www.afaeducation.org

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*******Total Housepoints w/e 27/01/17 ********Cherill: 427********Roundway: 453********Westbury: 495********Alton Barnes: 446********
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