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The school photographer will be in throughout the morning of Wednesday 5th October to take individual and sibling photographs of the children. 

If your child is in Nursery Class and is not due to attend on Wednesday 5th but would like their photograph taken, then please arrive at the main office for 9.10am.


Please find details of PH Camps half term holiday sports camp being held between the 20th - 28th October (excl. weekends) here at St Barnabas School.  

To book, please visit this website 



Please see details below of Movie Night on Thursday 13th October.

If you would like your child/ren to attend, please book via SchoolMoney.


Please find below a letter regarding the school pantomime trip on Wednesday 14th & Thursday 15th December.



After receiving some feedback from Nursery parents regarding the timings of the Nursery Class, we are proposing to offer an earlier start and later finish time (to be in line with the Primary School timings).


Therefore, we are going to trial a start time of 8.45am and finish time of 3.15pm. This is completely optional and you can opt to remain with your current timings.


There will be an additional cost of 50p per child per morning and afternoon session (e.g. £1 a day for the additional 30 minutes). This will be added to your termly invoice. 


This will be on a trial basis to see how logistically it works with all the children from Sarum and Silbury Class arriving and leaving at the same time as Nursery.


Please could all Nursery parents complete this online form to either alter your child’s start and/or finish time or remain with your current timings by Thursday 22nd September.



We are pleased to say that PH Sports are continuing to provide an after school sports club on Mondays.

This term they will be offering football to those children in Years 1-6 and will run for 4 weeks at a cost of £10 per child (£2.50 per week). The school is subsiding the remainder of the cost.

If you would like to book your child on the sports club, please book and pay via SchoolMoney by 4pm on Friday 23rd September.

Club will start on Monday 26th September and finish on Monday 17th October - 3.15pm - 4.15pm.


Please see our new updated Behaviour Policy online.


As the school and nursery will be closed on Monday 19th September for the Queen's funeral, any monies paid for Nursery sessions, before & after school club and school lunches on that day will be credited to your SchoolMoney account or applied to your next nursery invoice.

September Welcome Letters for Silbury, Savernake and Stonehenge


Updated PE and Forest School schedule for this term.

Don't forget that Savernake Class start their swimming lessons this Friday, children are to be in school for 8.20am.


We have received confirmation from the Department for Education that the State Funeral will take place on Monday 19th September. As a mark of respect, this will be a Bank Holiday and schools will be closed. 


We are pleased to announce the teacher led after school clubs for this term. 


Performing Arts with Miss West – for Years 1 - 6
Harry Potter Club with Mrs Orr –for Years 1 - 6

The above clubs will finish at 4.15pm
Please complete this online form to make a booking for your child/ren by 2pm Monday 12th September.


Please find below a message from Lavington School:

Dear Parents & Carers of Year 6 Pupils,

Please use the link below to book a place for our open evening on the 22nd September.  Head of School Mr Plummer will be giving a talk at 6pm, 6.30pm & 7pm. 

Please do ensure you book a place (maximum of 2 adults per child please).  This evening is for parents and carers of children who will be applying for a place to join Lavington School in September 2023 and will give you an opportunity to visit curriculum areas as well as hear from the Head of School.

Please note there will be no tours available after 7pm so if you are booked in for the last talk please complete your tour prior to the talk starting.  There is car parking onsite but if you are able to make alternative travel arrangements or car share that would be really helpful as it will be a busy evening.


If your child is due to start Primary or Secondary School in September 2023, applications are now underway.

Applications can be made online at 

Applications for Secondary School need to be submitted by 31 October 2022.

Applications for Primary School need to be submitted by 15 January 2023.


Swimming lessons will start Friday 16th September until Friday 2nd December 2022 for Savernake Class. Payment can be made via SchoolMoney.


Term 1 School Lunches & Before/After School Clubs

You are now able to order school lunches, book breakfast and after school club via SchoolMoney (Eduspot) for next term. A copy of the menu is attached.

Even if your child is in receipt of free school meals, please use the SchoolMoney App to let us know your child's menu choices. It is very important we know the quantities to cook each day to ensure every child receives the correct amount of food. 

You'll notice some additional options when ordering lunches, these are to accommodate special dietary requirements (the pudding will also reflect the dietary requirement). 


We are so excited to welcome back Kalpesh from KZ Dance on Friday to help with our understanding of the Hindu Faith and Holi Festival.

All of the children will have the opportunity to take part in a Bollywood Dance workshop and celebration involving coloured powered paints at the end of the day.

Please read the letter below for more information.


The Department for Education has produced new guidance on ways to introduce and implement standards that will improve children’s education. 

One of the ways they aim to achieve this is to deliver a richer and longer average school week. They are introducing a minimum expectation on the length of the school week to 32.5 hours for all mainstream state-funded schools. They expect schools to work towards this expectation as soon as possible. 

We aim to trial the increased school week from Monday 13th June 2022 by starting school for all children in Reception to Year 6 at 8.45am and finishing at 3.15pm. Please find attached our updated attendance policy to reflect these changes. 

We welcome your feedback throughout the term to enable us to implement the extra hours as smoothly as possible before the requirement becomes mandatory.   


Term 6 School Lunches & Before/After School Clubs

You are now able to book school lunches, breakfast club and after school club via SchoolMoney (Eduspot) for next term. 

Even if your child is in receipt of free school meals, please use the SchoolMoney App to let us know your child's menu choices. It is very important we know the quantities to cook each day to ensure every child receives the correct amount of food. 

Please remember not to book lunches if your child is in Stonehenge for week beginning 27th June as they will be on the PGL trip. 

Term 6 PE and Forest School

Please also find below the PE and Forest School schedule for next term along with a kit list.

Term 6 Clubs

You can now book on for next terms after school clubs – starting week beginning Monday 6th June (last club is Thursday 14th July - apart from PH which is Monday 18th July)

PH Sports - Tchoukball - book here
Athletics Club with Mrs Orr – All Years
Arts & Crafts Club with Mrs Morgan – All Years
Tag Rugby Club with Mr Chris Scruton - for Years 1-3

Construction Club with Mrs Young - All Years

Please complete this online form to book your child onto clubs. All clubs finish at 4pm (4.15pm for PH Sports Club). 

There will be no Athletics Club on Tuesday 28th June, due to the PGL trip.


What a fantastic day we had yesterday at our jubilee party, it was lovely to be able to come together after such a long time. Please check out our Facebook page shortly for photos from the day.


As we head into the half term break, we have already been busy planning our Term 6 events:

Friday 10th June - Holi Colour Festival

Monday 20th June - Sports Day

Tuesday 21st June - Reserve Sports Day

Wednesday 22nd June - Teddy Bear's Picnic for new Reception Starters

Thursday 23rd June - Year 6 Induction Day & Parent Induction Evening at Lavington School

Friday 24th June - School Reports 

Monday 27th June - Stonehenge to PGL (return Friday 1st July)

Thursday 7th July - School Play - 'Magpie Manor' 2pm and 6pm 

Tuesday 12th July - Transition Morning - Classes with new Teacher including new Starters in Reception

Wednesday 20th July - End of Term 6 - Year 6 Leavers Assembly 2pm and Class Parties


We hope you enjoy the May half term and we look forward to seeing the children back on Monday 6th June.


Due to our PGL trip taking place at the same time as the original induction dates, Lavington School have re-arranged our Year 6 induction day to now take place on Thursday 23rd June - please find details of timings attached.

You do not have to book for the induction day as is it assumed all children will attend. You will be required to make your own arrangements for dropping off and collecting your child at Lavington School. 



We are very excited to be welcoming ‘Quirks Animal Roadshow’ to deliver a workshop the children today. They will be bringing along a selection of animals including millipedes, tarantulas, snakes and frogs. 

The workshop will help broaden the horizons of many children who have may not visited zoos/animals parks or had the experience of handling animals. 

To enable us to provide these types of workshops we are asking for a voluntary donation of £3 per child, which can be paid via SchoolMoney. 

I am sure you will agree there is no better way to learn than by getting involved and being ‘hands on’. 


The Year 5 taster week at Lavington School is bookable from Monday 23rd May via Eventbrite. 

Please see the below poster for more information.


To mark the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee we would like to invite you to join us for an outdoor Jubilee Party at St Barnabas School on Friday 27th May, 12pm – 2pm. 

The children will be performing some jubilee songs and we are looking forward to welcoming residents from the local care home who will also be joining us for lunch and sharing their memories of the Queen.  

We look forward to celebrating this special occasion with the school community.


You can now book on for the Term 5 after school clubs. 

Mrs Orr is continuing her Secondary Ready Club (Tues) so there is no need to book again. Miss West is running a Maths & Games Club for children in Year 3 & 4 (Tues).  The younger children enjoyed Tag Rugby Club last term and is now available again for the older children in years 4-6 (Wed).

PH Sports - Ultimate Frisbee  - book here

Maths & Games Club with Miss West  - for Year 3 & 4
Secondary Ready with Mrs Orr - for all Year 6 pupils - NO NEED TO BOOK AGAIN

Tag Rugby Club with Mr Chris Scruton - for Years 4 - 6 

Please complete this online form to book your child onto Tag Rugby, and/or the Maths & Games Club. All clubs finish at 4pm (4.15pm for PH Club). 

There will be no Secondary Ready club on Tuesday 3rd May, due to parents evening.


Please find attached the PE and Forest School schedule for Term 5.


There will be a Multiplication Check Test Workshop held at school on Monday 25th April.

This will enable all parents to gain a clearer understanding of what is expected of Year 4 children when they take their Multiplication Check Test in the three-week period starting from Monday 6th June.  Although it will only be Year 4 children taking part this year, we would still encourage Year 3 parents to come along to the workshop as well, so that you can help your children to get ready in advance of them completing the test next year.  

In order to run this workshop, we would like to ask for your best availability on Monday 25th April. Please complete this online form to select your preferred time slot.  Please could we have responses by Wednesday 20th April.

Once we have had a response from all parents, we will allocate the workshop to take place during the most populated time slot. 


We hope you can join us for a Fabulous Finish Assembly on Friday 1st April at 2.30pm. The children will be doing a short presentation per class on a topic they have learned this term.

There will also be a special performance from the children who would have attended the Voice in a Million event the week before.

Please can we ask that you pre-book your attendance here


On Friday 18th March we will be taking part in Comic Relief's Red Nose Day.

Children and staff are invited to come to school wearing their pyjama's instead of their usual school uniforms. The day will also include a host of other activities the children have organised. 

Please take into consideration that children will still be required to play outside and take part in PE/Forest School, therefore we suggest wearing winter/thick pyjama's or layers underneath along with a hoodie/jacket for outside. 

Suggested £1 donation per child.


We are in the process of organising the Year 6 leavers’ hoodies. As one of our Governors has kindly agreed to print the hoodies they are available at a reduced rate of £13. 


The children have tried on a couple of sample sizes in school and have pre-selected their sizes. They will be able to wear their hoodies instead of their school jumpers as soon as they are ready. 


If you would like to order a Year 6 leavers’ hoodie for your child, please complete this online form and pay via SchoolMoney by Monday, 21st March. 


Due to the weather warning being upgraded to red in our area we have made the decision to close the school today.

We hope you enjoy your half term and we will see you all on the 28th February.


We are very pleased to announce an exciting new spelling competition, the St Barnabas Spelling Bee!

Please read the below letter for more information.


Please see letter below regarding our World Book Day fundraising activities on Tuesday 1st March.  


You are now able to book school lunches, breakfast club and after school club via SchoolMoney (Eduspot) for next term. 

Please remember when making any amendments to a booking already made you need to add the new changes to the basket and checkout again, otherwise the changes will not come through to the school system. The same applies when cancelling a booking or lunch.  

Even if your child is in receipt of free school meals, please use the App to let us know your child's menu choices. 




You are now able to book school lunches, breakfast club and after school club via SchoolMoney (Eduspot) for next term.

Please remember when making any amendments to a booking already made you need to add the new changes to the basket and checkout again, otherwise the changes will not come through to the school system.

Even if your child is in receipt of free school meals, please use the App to let us know your child's menu choices.


We are sorry to announce that have made the tough decision to cancel the Christmas Market on Thursday 2nd December. After advice from Public Health, we have been advised to reduce social mixing as much as possible. 


We will however be continuing the festive cheer for the children in school by holding a children’s tombola and playing games (designed by the children) on the last day of term. Children can bring in money in a named envelope/money bag to take part in the games. 

We are still going ahead with the Christmas Raffle and tickets are now on sale from the school office - £1 a strip. If you have any unwanted gifts you would like to donate for the Christmas Raffle, please could you drop off at the school office. 


Fabulous Finish – Friday 10th December @2.15pm

You will have the opportunity to look around your child’s class and view their work. Unfortunately, we won’t be conducting an assembly in the hall.

Parents/Carers will need to pre-book their attendance here and will be required to carry out a lateral flow test before arriving onsite. Face coverings will need to be worn at all times.


School Performance – Tuesday 14th December @ 2.30pm

Children in Silbury Class will be putting on a performance of ‘Born in a Barn’.  Due to Covid we are unable to offer as many tickets as in the past. Therefore, we are prioritising tickets to those who have children in Silbury, then Sarum and then Nursery. If we have any additional tickets, these will be available on a first come first served basis. 

Please click here to pre-book your tickets (limited to 2 tickets per child). You will be required to carry out a lateral flow test before arriving onsite and face coverings will need to be worn at all times. 


Christmas Lunch - Wednesday 15th December

To order your child a lunch please visit Eduspot (SchoolMoney). If you have already ordered your child a lunch for that day, please log in and amend the menu choices. 

We hope the slightly amended events won’t dampen the Christmas cheer and we look forward to celebrating the festivities with you all. 


Due to the increase in confirmed cases and limited staffing we are asking those parents who have booked their child into Breakfast and/or After School Club this week and next week to either cancel their booking or collect your child at your earliest convenience. Any monies paid will be added to your account as a credit. 


We would like to take all the children on a trip to the Wyvern Theatre in Swindon to watch the pantomime ‘Jack and the Beanstalk’ on Thursday 16th December.


Unfortunately, due to staffing ratios we are unable to take the Nursery children with us, however we look forward to welcoming them on the trip when they join Reception Class. 


We are asking for £12.95 per child to cover ticket costs for this wonderful opportunity to see a professional production at Christmas time. Transport costs will be subsidised by the school. 


We are aiming to leave school at 9.00am and return at 2.00pm. 

Please can all children be in school for 8.30am and we ask that the sub-station is empty of all cars by 8.45am.


Please could you complete this online form by Monday, 18th October to confirm your child’s place. 


Please click here to view the newsletter for Term 1.

Please click here to view the progress of the Early Years Outdoor Project.

(You can jump to different areas of the newsletter/project by clicking the icon in the bottom right hand corner).



The School Nurse will be attending St Barnabas to carry out height and weight checks for children in Reception and Year 6.


What do I need to do next: Nothing, unless your child has a medical condition that affects their growth or being measured or to opt out of your child being measured by calling 0300 247 0090.


We will inform you of the date the nurse will be coming to school once it has been confirmed. 





We are starting to plan for our Christmas events (yes Christmas!) and one of our traditions is the Christmas Market. 


If you would like to get involved with the Christmas Market or have any other fundraising ideas, we are holding a meeting on Wednesday 3rd November at 2pm. 


We will be providing tea/coffee and cake – so even more reason to join us!    


If you would like to attend, please could you let us know by clicking here.



If your child is required to take a PCR due to receiving a positive result on a Lateral Flow Device or being identified as a close contact who has tested positive, we strongly recommend travelling to a testing site rather than ordering a postal kit in order to avoid missing vital education. 


The results from testing sites are coming back much sooner than postal results.


Let’s get growing! 

Help us get FREE gardening equipment by collecting tokens at Morrisons. 


From September every £10 spent in store or online, you’ll get on Grow Token that we can then redeem for a wide range of gardening and growing equipment. 


Download the MyMorrisons app today to start collecting. More information can be found here.



From time to time children are sick (vomit) either at home or at school. Unfortunately it is not possible to distinguish between the causes, and therefore it is essential that the same rule of exclusion applies in all cases of vomiting or diarrhoea. 


In the Health Protection Agency document, “Guidelines for the Control of Infection and Communicable Disease in School and Early Years Settings”, the guidance is: 


Diarrhoea and vomiting exclusion

Diarrhoea and/or vomiting commonly affects children and can be caused by a number of different germs, including viruses, parasites and bacteria. Infections can be easily spread from person to person (by unwashed hands), especially in children. In general, it is recommended that any child with diarrhoea and/or vomiting symptoms must remain off school or nursery until they have been free of symptoms for 48 hours (the ‘48 hour rule’) and feel well.  


We ask that you adhere to the ‘48 hour rule’ to reduce the risk of infection for all children and staff in school. For an example, if your child is sick at lunchtime on a Tuesday, they should not return to school until after lunch on Thursday, provided there have not been any further episodes of vomiting. 


If your child is absent from school because of illness or any other reason, you should telephone the school office on 01380 813436 or email before 8.45am on each and every day of absence.


It's the final weekend for selling those raffle tickets - we have lots of amazing prizes up for grabs! 

If you would like more raffle books to sell to family and friends, please pop to the office. 

You’ve got to be in it to win it!


Monday 19th July AM – Whole school Sports Day

All children to come to school in their PE kit


Monday 19th July PM – Stonehenge Class Water Fight

Children to bring change of clothes and towel – see separate email


Tuesday 20th July AM – Summer Raffle Draw

Please could all stubs be returned to the office by Monday 19th July.


Wednesday 21st July – Class Parties

Please can children bring in a plate of party food – children entitled to FSM or have paid will be provided food by the school


Wednesday 21st July @ 2pm – Year 6 Leavers Assembly

Please make your way to the main entrance


Wednesday 21st July – Last day of Term!


We thought it would be helpful to write to you with the latest advice from Public Health as we move to Step 4 for the easing of restrictions from Monday 19 July. In the letter below we have the latest information on Test and Trace and how it changes from Monday. 


The advice to all Wiltshire schools is that we should continue the systems and processes that we have in place currently until the end of the school’s summer term. This includes the staggered starts and finishes, the bubbles that are in place and keeping the level of social interaction between personnel within the school to a minimum.  


Once again, we thank you for your continued support in protecting our school community. 


Due to necessary timetable changes we have had to reschedule the Years 6 Leavers Assembly from Tuesday 20th July to Wednesday 21st July and it will now begin at 2pm.



Due to the Government’s announcement last week regarding lockdown restrictions not fully being lifted, we have updated our events for this term. 


We unfortunately have had to cancel the whole school disco and family lunch following sports day. We will still be holding sports day for the children but parents/carers will not be permitted to attend. Staff will be taking plenty of photographs and filming throughout the day and will be uploaded to Class Dojo. 


Following on from a very successful Christmas raffle, we are holding a Summer raffle and have managed to get some great prizes already. More details on the raffle will be sent this week. 


The Year 6 Leavers Assembly has been organised for Tuesday 20th July at 1.15pm. We plan to hold the assembly outside, weather permitting, but may need to move into the hall, therefore please could we ask that no more than 2 guests per child attend the assembly. 


Please see below a full update on events for this term: 

All Dates – Year 5 Lavington Taster Days - CANCELLED

Wednesday 30th June - Whole School Disco - CANCELLED

Monday 12th July - Year 6 Lavington Induction Day – CANCELLED

Monday 19th July - Family Lunch - CANCELLED


Dates for your Diary

Monday 28th June - Reception Starters Taster Session

Wednesday 30th June - Year 6 Leavers Braeside Activity Day & Pizza

Thursday 1st July - Rags2Riches Collection

Monday 5th July - Reception Starters Taster Session

Tuesday 13th July - Reception Starters Teddy Bears Picnic 

Monday 19th July - Sports Day

Tuesday 20th July – Summer Raffle Draw - NEW

Tuesday 20th July – Year 6 Leavers Assembly - NEW

Wednesday 21st July – Class Parties – NEW

Wednesday 21st July - Last day of Term 6

Thursday 22nd July - TD Day

Friday 23rd July - TD Day


Please read the important letter regarding Mrs Clough Executive Head role.



Updated PE/Forest School Kit 

At St Barnabas Primary School we believe that uniform promotes a sense of pride and belonging to our school community.

To achieve this we are introducing a new branded red PE hoodie for all children in school. They are to be worn for PE or when representing the school at various sporting events and can also be worn on visits and trips with the school (hoodies do not replace the school jumpers/cardigans). We would also like to promote the wearing of house colour t-shirts as part of the PE kit. 

We would like to introduce the PE hoodie as soon as possible but can understand there is a cost involved, therefore we are making the hoodies optional for the rest of this academic year but mandatory from September 2021. 

There is also the option of purchasing a green school branded Forest School hoodie for your child when participating in Forest School.   

We have managed to source the hoodies and coloured t-shirts at the best available prices:

PE Hoodie - £9.50

Forest School Hoodie - £9.50

Coloured t-shirt (red, yellow, blue & green) - £2.00 

Please place your order via the SchoolMoney app (or website) in the ‘Shop’ section. Please let Mrs Saunders know if you have any issues placing your order. 

Any orders placed by Friday 28th May should be ready for distributing at the beginning of Term 6. Orders received after this date may result in a delay. Orders are subject to availability from the manufacturers. 

If you have any questions regarding the uniform, please contact either Mrs Clough or Mrs Saunders.


Please visit the 'Pay Online' section within the 'Parent Info' tab for more information about using SchoolMoney for making payments.


Our school needs you! Help us win £5,000 of National Book Tokens for the school library - and get £100 for yourself!

Just enter the competition online, it only takes a minute: 

The more entries our school receives, the more chances we have of winning!



Early Years Outdoor Project - Progress Update

The staff and children are so excited about our new artificial grass that has been installed in the Early Years outdoor area.   This forms part of the large scale project to improve the outside area and we are looking forward to the next phase.


Class School Photographs

The proof cards for the class school photographs will be going home with the children today. To order, please click here and enter the proof card ID.   Stonehenge Class - please note that the photograph on the proof card is not the correct photo, the correct photograph will be shown on the ordering website. To receive free delivery back to the school, please order by Friday 7th May. Orders placed after this date will be sent to your home address and subject to a £4 P&P fee.

Mexican Food Week - 29th March

To order a lunch from our Mexican themed menu please click here. Lunches are priced at £2.50.


Below are some documents for you to share at home with your children. They are there as a reminder of the importance to stay safe whilst online, which is something that we have been focusing on in school over the past couple of days.  

There are two documents - 'Online Smartie the Penguin' and 'Chicken Clicking' aimed at KS1, and a SMART document and the link below, which leads to an E-Safety game, aimed at KS2 children.  

Please feel free to go through these resources and decide which would be appropriate to share with your child/children. 


04.01.21 - IMPORTANT


After the Prime Minister’s announcement this evening, school will only be open for vulnerable children and children of key workers from tomorrow. Please ensure that the form emailed today requesting keyworker details is completed by 9.00 pm tonight. Access the form here.


Priority will be given to those children where both parents are keyworkers followed by NHS staff, care workers and educational staff. You will receive an email this evening confirming whether we are able to provide a place for your child.


For those children completing home learning, work will be available on Microsoft Teams from tomorrow. If you have problems accessing Teams, work is also on the website under the Classes tab.


Once again, I thank you for your continued support.


Many thanks,

Mrs Clough


We would like to take the opportunity to thank everyone who supported the Christmas Raffle. We raised an amazing £900, which will be put towards improving our outdoor area.

Christmas Tree Decoration Competition

Christmas Events

We’re delighted to announce that the St Barnabas Primary School Christmas Raffle 2020 is up and running with all proceeds going towards improving our Early Years outdoor area. 


To launch the initiative we have sent home raffle tickets with your child. If you would like more, please come to the school office.


If you would like to take part and be in with the chance of winning any of this year’s prizes all you have to do is fill out and return the tickets stubs with the correct money, in an envelope marked Christmas Raffle, to the school office before the 11th December.


Each ticket costs £1 and a book of five tickets £5.00.


If you do not want to partake, please return the unused tickets to the school office.


We would like to use this platform to say a big thank you to Chloe Stevens for organising the raffle prizes and to everyone who has donated a prize, particularly our local independents who are always so generous to our cause. A full list of prizes can be found in the link below and we will endeavor to keep it updated, as and when any other donations come our way. The raffle will be drawn on Monday 14th December.


For those of you who would like more tickets to buy or sell on to friends, family and neighbours, get in touch via email or visit the school office.




We are raising money to help towards improving our Early Years outdoor area. The proposed playground makeover includes laying artificial grass and erecting a full length wooden canopy to improve the appearance and functionality of the space.   


Christmas Lunch - 15th December 2020


This year our Christmas Lunch arrangements will be a little different to usual as we are unable to invite parents/families to join in the celebrations. However, the children will still be able enjoy a Christmas Lunch.


If you would like to book a Christmas lunch for your child please do so by completing this online form by Friday 6th December. It would be really helpful if you could still complete the form even if you do not want to order a lunch. If you have already booked/paid for a lunch, please still complete the form and select the relevant options.


Please note NO OTHER MEAL CHOICES WILL BE SERVED ON THIS DAY. If you do not wish your child/ren to have Christmas meal then they will need to be provided with a packed lunch from home.


The cost of the lunch is £2.50 and payment can be made via SchoolMoney (if applicable). Children in Reception, Year 1 and 2 and children entitled to free school meals will not be charged.


School Tea Towels


As a unique fundraiser, children have drawn their self-portraits which have then been printed onto tea towels. These would make ideal Christmas presents for family and friends!


The product is 100% cotton (size 79cm x 48cm) and a sample of the design can be found below. If you would like to make a purchase, please complete the order form below and hand it in to the office with your payment. Alternatively, orders can be made via SchoolMoney in the ‘School Shop’ section.


The cost of each single tea towel is £5 and in order to ensure that we beat the Christmas rush we need your orders back into the office or via SchoolMoney by the end of the day on Wednesday 25th November.


Thanks very much and we hope you like them!


Dear all,

Following the latest guidance for schools released last night, we are now unfortunately not in a position to have any unnecessary visitors on the school site, therefore we are unable to invite you to watch the children's performance on Friday afternoon. 

We will film the performance and upload this to the school website for you all to watch instead.


There will be no Forest School this Friday for Sarum due to the visit from K'z Dance. Children are to come wearing bright Indian inspired clothing. Children will be dancing outside so please ensure warm clothing is provided.

Dates for your Diary


Wednesday 18th March 2020

Choir to attend SSE Arena London to participate in Voice in a Million


Friday 20th March 2020

Parents are invited to join us at 2.45 pm for our Mother's Day assembly


Saturday 21st March 2020

Dauntsey's football tournament


Monday 23rd March 2020

Rags 2 Riches collection


Wednesday 25th March 2020

Savernake class to Lavington School for Hockey festival


Friday 27th March 2020

Archdeacon of Sarum and Wilts Sue Groom to visit school


Friday 3rd April – Fabulous Finish & Last day of Term!

You are invited to attend the school at 2.15pm for an assembly and to visit your child’s classroom and see your child’s work.