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Sherston C of E

Primary School

Learning, Caring and Achieving Together

Testimonials

"I'm an Education Officer with Dogs Trust, and recently visited Sherston Primary to do workshops with their KS2 classes exploring safe behaviour around dogs and responsible dog ownership. The school has a fantastic atmosphere and I felt welcome from the minute I walked through the door. The children were engaged and responsive, throwing themselves into my sessions with a perfect balance of enthusiam and reflection. The staff were great, supporting pupils who needed a bit of extra help during my workshops, and making it clear that, despite the excitement of having a visitor in the class, they still expected their usual high standards of behaviour. I had a very enjoyable day, and very much hope that I will be invited back again next year. A big "Thank you" to everyone at Sherston Primary!"  July 2019

"Today, with my business Immersive Theatres, I delivered a 5m digital planetarium experience to 170 Reception to Year 6 pupils at Sherston C of E Primary School. I was warmly welcomed by the staff and found the hall prepared just as I had requested. The day was well organised with all groups arriving on time. The excited but well-behaved students enjoyed a rich selection of content: peering up at the planetarium night sky; visiting the International Space Station; learning about tornados & hurricanes; coral reefs and a future colonised Solar System. Thank you Sherston Primary for a very pleasant visit." June 2019

'Pupils describe how they are happy at school and enjoy the many varied learning experiences they receive. This is reflected in their regular attendance. They feel well supported by their teachers and know that if they have any worries there is always an adult who can help them’ Latest Ofsted Report Feb 2016

 

'You have a strong and committed teaching team. Team members strive to ensure that all pupils do as well as they can. Pupils explained how they appreciate the hard work of their teachers and their determination to provide them with the necessary skills for their future as learners’ Latest Ofsted Report Feb 2016

 

‘There is a shared culture of ensuring that pupils are kept safe’ Latest Ofsted Report Feb 2016

 

'The school’s Christian vision contributes to a positive learning environment in which children make good progress and attain well including those who are disadvantaged’ Latest SIAMs Report Oct 2016 

 

'The school is active in researching strategies which leads to good support and interventions to meet the diverse needs of children’  Latest SIAMs Report Oct 2016

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