St Philip’s will be partially closed on Wednesday 1st February due to Industrial Action

Audio Letters and Information

Please click the links to listen to audio readings of letters and read information from St Philip’s School:

2022-2023

Letter to Parents about Internet Safety

ASD Parent/Carer Support Group – Monday 3rd October 9.30am-11am Grand Avenue Primary School

2021-2022

Newsletter 14th July 2022

Newsletter 22nd March 2022

Newsletter 25th February 2022

Newsletter 18th January 2022

Newsletter 15th December 2021

Newsletter 2nd December 2021

Letter to parents and carers November 2021

2020-2021

Newsletter 28.05.21

Newsletter 25.05.21

Newsletter 24.05.21

Newsletter 23.05.21

Newsletter 10.05.2021

Newsletter 23.04.2021

Newsletter 24.03.2021

Parent Mail 24.03.2021

Newsletter 25.02.2021

School closure 10.02.2021

School closure 09.02.2021

Kooth online counselling service 08.02.2021

Letter to parents and carers 20.01.2021

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

Badminton Champions

Well done to our Key Stage 3 Badminton team for winning the SSSSA KS3 Badminton Team event. The players couldn’t wait to get their hands on the trophy and were rightly proud of their achievements. James, one of the players, …

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Building Careers

On Tuesday 24th January, we had our first special interest careers trip. The concept of the visits is to give our learners experience of real-life working environments, specifically in sectors that they have shown an interest in pursuing. We visited …

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Healthy eating workshops

HENRY is a charitable organisation that promotes a healthy start, brighter future for children by working with families. They organise a number of workshops and programmes for parents to help lead to a better future. They have contacted the school …

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Post-16 Food Bank Donations

Well done to the students in Post-16: they raised £150 from their business enterprise last year. The students decided they would like to use the money to buy food donations to give to the local food bank. They bought products …

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