Category Archives: School News
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
A group of Year 6 children from Shoscombe recently travelled to County Cork in Ireland to visit our Comenius partners at Gurraneasig National School. Mrs Hampton, Mrs Fossaceco and Mrs Horn went with the children. Our French partners from Ecole … Continue reading
The Easter bonnets were fabulous this year, a lot of hard work had obviously gone into the bonnets which made the judging very difficult. The winning hats are photographed above.
A big thank you to Joan Sharples who organised a fabulous day for the children. The children in Year 5 and Year 6 have been enjoying the culmination of their topic on Africa. They recently enjoyed making African clay pots … Continue reading
Year 3 and 4 really enjoyed role playing crime scene interviews. The three bears were asked probing questions by detectives who took detailed notes. The class then wrote Crime Reports, dishing out severe punishments for Goldilocks’ crimes.
Pupils in Y1/2 have been greatly enjoying some new initiatives this term. They are receiving expert drumming lessons every week from an external music teacher and are honing their football skills through fantastic coaching by Andy from the church.