Our new school values mural takes centre stage in the playground.
Our Under 9's Girls team make it to the Cross Country County Finals
Our Year 4's perform to the school and parents following a several terms of musical tuition.
The whole school took part in a triathlon to raise money for Shelter Box.
The children celebrate with Mr Denham as he presents a cheque for £1950 to Shelter Box. The money was raised from our sponsored triathlon.
Three Cheers for Our Volunteers! We thanked all those who helped us in 2017-18 in a special service at St Giles Church.
Our Netball Team come second in the inter-EPA tournament. Well done!
Some of the children spent the day at Wytham Woods making pots and then firing them in 'home made' kilns.
All of the children took part in the Eynsham Partnership Academy Inter-School Sports Day at Tilsley Park
Our Year 6 children all pass their Cycle Training course. Congratulations.
Year 3 visited the Sea Life Centre in Birmingham.
Bailey the 'part-time' school dog arrives at Standlake!
Standlake take part in the Eynsham Partnership Academy Swimming Gala.
'Peter' and 'John' the local fisherman retell the Easter Story in their unique way!
Our Pop UK Christmas Concert and retold the Christmas story through lively songs and dance.
Children enjoy a milk shake reward at the Witney Shake Shop as a reward for earning the most House Points.
Our Street Dance club performed at the Oxford New Theatre in the Oxfordshire School Dance Festival.
Our Anti-Bullying Ambassadors led an assembly explaining what bulliyng is (and isn't) and what to do about it.
We delivered 112 christmas shoe boxes filled with gifts to St Giles Church, ready to be sent of to children in Eastern Europe
At the going down of the the sun and in the the morning we will remember them.
Mr Brown shared the school's maths calculation strategies with parents.
Happy Autumn days of conker competitions and hot chocolate!
Sports Day was won by St John's!
We celebrated Red Nose Day by coming to school in ‘something red’, wearing red noses and selling red nose cakes.
Some children took part in a Big Draw day at Bartholomew Secondary school with a professional artist.
Dahl Class visited the Oxford Museum as part of their Vikings Topic.
Shakespeare class attended the Injury Minimization Programme for Schools (IMPS) in Witney and learned what to do in an emergency.
We celebrated Word Book Day with a ‘just for fun’ competition of dressing up a vegetable or piece of fruit as a book character.
Year 4, 5 and 6 had a great time on their residential. They pushed themselves to scale heights they never thought they would or could!
Well done to Oliver, Alfie, Orla, Chanice, Isabelle and Isabella for demonstrating their violin and cello skills during our Achievement Assembly.