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Our value this term is Responsibility.


For each one should carry their own load.

Galatians 6:5






We currently have vacancies available in some year groups.

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Year 4, 5 and 6 on residential

Getting very active and getting to know some new friends from Bibury and North Cerney schools. 

Cygnets at Forest School, Easter 2022

Today, 7th April 2022, the Cygnets went to Forest School for an Easter packed morning. Easter egg hunts, basket making, Easter Garden creating was enjoyed by all. 

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Design Technology in the Cygnets 

The Cygnets have had a wonderful week so far, week beginning 4th April 2022 perfecting their Design Technology skills. The children cooked up a storm with Chef Mel and Chef Anna from Kitchen Club and made a delicious Lamb and Beef Mousakka.They also recorded how different foods taste and smell and gave every food a try even the sharp tasting olives and the apple cider vinegar! 

On Monday, the Cygnets planned, designed and made Easter felt hand puppets and evaluated their work.The children created some wonderful pieces and proudly showed them off at Show and Share today.

On Wednesday, the whole school planned and designed Easter eggs using hard boiled eggs. Well done to Phoebe Hinton from the Cygnets and Emmie Dawson from the Swans for winning the Easter egg decoration competition. 

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Ukrainian Day 2022

Today, 11th March 2022, Southrop Primary came together to pray for the Ukraine. We donated, we discussed, we created, we planted, we sang, we coloured, we dressed up, we learned…


Thank you to everyone who has helped us raise money for the Ukraine and also for all of the donations received this morning. Thank you to the parents who have signed up to help bring them to Carterton next week.

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Madhatter's Bookshop Visit

This morning, 9th March 2022, a selection of children visited the Madhatter Bookshop in Burford to use our voucher, that was kindly gifted to us by Kim, the owner. Please see our video of images below. Click the link. 

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World Book Day 2022

A wonderful week was had by all. Firstly we were gifted a £75 voucher from the lovely Kim from the Madhatter Bookshop in Burford. We look forward to visiting with some children next week to purchase some wonderful books for our school library. The whole school came together for an assembly featuring riddles, rap songs and books. The children enjoyed numerous activities such as sharing a story with hot chocolate, scavenger hunts, dressing up as their favourite book characters, quizzes, comic writing, finding Wally, readathons and a daily Mystery Reader. World Book Day featured Mr Smith with a telehandler at the Jubilee field, he showed us what this piece of machinary can do and also raised our Headteachers to the sky. We all enjoyed storytime around the telehandler and the children had many questions to ask, including how much a telehandler may cost! 

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It was lovely to be featured in the Wilts and Glocesterhire Standard for our singing and signing at the Garden Centre. 


Our most recent Ofsted report makes the following comments:

"Behaviour is exemplary. Pupils get on really well with each other and value the family feeling in this small village school. They feel safe at all times."

"Progress in reading is outstanding."

Pupils are offered "an impressive range of additional learning opportunities within and out of school."

"Any incidents of misbehaviour are extremely rare."

"The school is very good at ensuring equality of opportunity for all." 

Click to Download Ofsted Inspection Letter March 2018 [pdf 186KB] Click to Download

Our most recent inspection report from the Church of England said:

"The distinctive Christian character of Southrop Primary school is reflected in its caring, nurturing approach and Christian ethos."

"Effective planning ensures that there are explicit opportunities for spiritual development during religious education [RE] lessons and opportunities for prayer and reflection during the school day."

"There is strong mutual support between the school and the local church and strong relationships with parents and the local community."

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