Category Archives: School News
As part of our topic Under the Ground, children in Reception / Year 1 have been focusing on The Gruffalo story. There are various creatures in the story who make their homes underground. We made Gruffalo puppets and Mrs Curtis filmed … Continue reading
Year 3 and 4 visited Wellow Brooke on Wednesday afternoon. We took photographs which we used as a stimulus for landscape picture in art and also to produce a map of Shoscombe.
As part of our KS1 topic Under the Ground, children in Reception, Year 1 and Year 2 walked about 3 miles along the former Somerset and Dorset Railway and through the Combe Down Tunnel to Midford Station. We have been … Continue reading
Shoscombe Primary School has just received the prestigious International School Award . Our assessors from the British Council commented ‘Your whole school community has fully embraced internationalism. You have delivered some exciting and innovative activities. These provided your students with … Continue reading
Mr. Stevens attended the prestigious Bath in Bloom presentation evening held at the Guildhall in Bath on Monday evening. He was delighted to report that Shoscombe Primary School and Allotment Club beat some very tough competition to win the … Continue reading
Newly elected Chairman Neil Butters visited Shoscombe Church School on Monday May 20th, to make a very important announcement to all of the children regarding their new Prime Minister. Shoscombe is the first school, Councillor Butters has visited since being … Continue reading
We would like to congratulate the pupils shown in the photo above for their fantastic science work. Mr Stevens presented the trophies and certificates in a special science assembly.
Shoscombe School’s Prime Minister Abby Craig Jones and her school government are delighted with the very kind donation of 14 Grosso Lavender plants from Somerset Lavender in Faulkland where the children made Lavender bags. These plants will make an amazing … Continue reading
In Reception Class our new topic is Growing. We have sown a variety of vegetable and flower seeds and are waiting patiently for them to grow, making sure they have enough light and water. As part of our focus on … Continue reading