Mr Bates is going to be participating in the ‘Almighty abseil’ on 07/09/13 and will be raising funds for Youth Bank Aylesbury

Youthbank is a grants award project for young people's projects in Buckinghamshire. Youthbank over the previous year has awarded grants totalling £10,810 from April 2012 to March 2013 and so far this financial year they have awarded £6,170. In previous years, Youthbank have been very supportive with grants from small organisation for one off activities to helping set up skate parks.


Examples of Previous Grants in Aylesbury Area:

The Fringe Youth Theatre Group based in Western Turville - funding from Youthbank enabled young volunteers to gain Young Leaders Award.

Amazing Donkey Club (Wendover) they have been awarded grants towards hire of sports hall and day out for youth club. Ivinghoe & Pitstone Junior Cricket Club - help towards costs of new cricket screens. HMYOI (Aylesbury) help towards Black History Month Project on Ann Frank to explore racism, extremism with young offenders. 1st Grendon & Edgcott Scout Group - sports equipment. Broughton Youth Café - help towards new equipment for this youth group - snooker/table tennis, guitar and drums.

There will be a sponsor form in the school office if you would like to support this fundraising event. The closing date for sponsorship is the 30th September.




Finally, we are at the end of our building work (well apart from some little finishing touches that you hopefully won’t notice!) The hall feels enormous compared to the space we had been using since January. Not only is it larger, but there are new doors and freshly painted walls. The result is the final piece of the jigsaw to upgrade our school to make it fit for the 21st Century and to show off the school in a positive light to all who visit us.

It was a lovely hot sunny evening for the ACSA "Leavers Disco" this year, and it was decided to hold it outside on the playground. Key Stage 2 children came along in great numbers and dressed to impress; it was a wonderfully enjoyable evening although a sad one for some. Thanks to our parents association for organising it.


With visually spectacular sets and costumes and some wonderful acting and singing, the Year 6 leavers entertained a packed hall with a twist on a well known tale from King Arthur's Camelot. There is a video of the whole performance in the parents' area, along with one showing each leaver being presented with a dictionary by Mrs Shepherd.  parents area


Wednesday's class assembly by 3JS put over a very important message about recycling, not wasting and re-using, in a clear way. They presented their ideas through poems, acting and music. The recorder playing was excellent even in double time! If you missed it , watch the video in the parents area. parents area


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