a small leafless tree decorated with Easter eggs and other decor, stood in a church
images of four creations by the DT club

Newsletter – 16th March 2022

group of year 5 students with town Mayor standing for camera

You should receive your child’s learning web this week. We have changed the presentation style, which is why they are slightly later than usual. They link directly with the National Curriculum objectives. Please also have a look at the website. We have updated the curriculum pages so that they are clearer to follow. Download this week’s newsletter: 16th March 2022    


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Volunteering Opportunity

Volunteering Opportunity at Nailsworth School The Governing body of Nailsworth Primary school is looking for a new, co-opted member to join the board. We are especially keen for anyone who has some experience/interest in school funding and value for money, as well as a desire to get involved in school life. Governors meet at regular…

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Visit to Christ Church

Year 5 were lucky enough to have the opportunity to visit Christ Church in the village this week. We had an amazing time and were kept very busy by Esther, the Minister at Christ Church, who had arranged so much for us to do and learn about there. First, the children took part in a…

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Role playing with Freshwater Theatre

two children acting like Stone Age hunters

Year 3 were visited by Freshwater Theatre this week. The children learnt about life from the Stone Age to the Iron Age and had an opportunity to act out what it would have been like to live in these times. You can see a few of the photos below:  

Remember, Remember the 5th of November! Fireworks

Our hugely popular fireworks evening is set for this Friday – 5th November! Tickets: Adult £6, Child £3; Family tickets are £12 (2 adults, 2 children, booked in advance) Pre-school children free. Tickets available from the school office or the Town Information Centre. Free parking at FGR. All children under 18 must be accompanied by an…

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Halloween Charity Cake Sale – Can You Help?

The school council will be having a spooky Halloween cake sale at break time on Friday 22nd October to raise money for Dementia UK. Cakes will cost 50p each. Donations of cakes to sell would be amazing please. If you could drop your donations into the school office on the morning of 22nd they would be gratefully received. Here’s a few ideas you could copy:

Year 4 St George’s Church visit!

On Tuesday 13th July, year 4 were lucky enough to be invited down to St George’s Church in town by Rev. Caroline. We decided to walk down and we had the most lovely time. In the church, we split into small groups and Rev. Caroline had prepared some lovely activities for each group to have…

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Sports Day – 15th July

Sports day will be held on Thursday 15th July. KS2 from 9.30am KS1 from 1.30pm Children need to wear an item of clothing (e.g. t-shirt, shorts or socks) that is the same as their house colour with PE kit. Colours are as follows: Selsley yellow Minchinhampton green Rodbourgh red Coaley  blue Please ask the class teacher…

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FGR Soccer Camp

FGR Soccer camps are back and running throughout August! Contact FGR now to book your place: community@fgr.co.uk