Make it snappy!

Students in Key Stage 4M (KS4M) have been visiting Richmond Park over the past 9 weeks, learning to take a range of photographs.

After a lot of deliberating, we have decided on a final twelve to be displayed at school. Teacher, Mr Mears, says; “I’m so pleased for all the students who have shown a genuine passion for nature.”

The students will also be accredited through AQA’s Unit Award scheme.  Well done KS4M!

Here you can see the photos:

Students develop very high levels of positive behaviour and feel extremely safe. They are very considerate, very respectful and caring of others and highly positive about learning.

– Ofsted report

Blog

Primary Art Fun

Primary Art is full of sensory, messy exploration. We have spent the first half of the Autumn term thinking about the question ‘Who Am I?’. The sensory parts of our lesson allow us to think about our likes and our …

Read more

School Council Elections

School Council election day has always been an exciting day at St Philip’s School but this year we really upped our game! Mrs Ward was given the opportunity to collect the equipment that is used on polling day including the …

Read more

Breakfast Club Boost

Kellogg’s has awarded St Philip’s School in Chessingon £1,000 to enhance its breakfast club and help feed children in the morning. St Philip’s was selected to receive this boost as Kellogg’s announced it is donating more money to support breakfast …

Read more

International Peace Day

On September 21st pupils and staff at St Philip’s joined with thousands of other schools and organisations to mark International Peace Day. This year we remembered all of those who have been forced to leave Afghanistan or are still living in …

Read more