… takes time and effort! And lots of help! Huge thanks to all the parents, grandparents and assorted additional adults to came along last week to help us plant the bulbs and ferns which are amongst the fabulous plants donated to us by Friar Park. Tuc Ahmad, our very own Alan Titchmarsh, was on hand […]
What a time we had … I know it was busy, I know there was confusion and forgotten lunches, and I know there were miles walked between venues – but what a fabulous couple of weeks we had! This year we absolutely made the most of Henley Youth Festival, getting involved wherever we could, including hosting […]
Who needs Carol Vorderman when we’ve got Mr Hoskins? Well done to everyone who took part in the great Badgemore Countdown Times Tables Competition, the finals for which took place during the last two weeks of term. Years 1 – 3 set the tone as their final was first, and it was a real thriller, […]
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Source - Ofsted Report 2015
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Last Tuesday, a team from Shiplake College joined Cedar Class to participate in a fun-filled Enterprise day. Mr White and his two able assistants, Matthew and Christian, started the day with a team building activity that immediately developed strong bonds in the...More
Channelling water in the Science Centre 22 metres off the ground in the Look Out Tower Hunting Bugs Finding spiders “There has to be something here!” “Look at this!” An ants’ nest – beware these ants release formic...More
Cedar Class’s Maths group have been monitoring the school’s usage of electricity and found that on average we were using 200 Kwh in 24 hours. Mr Hoskins set a challenge to the class that they try and reduce the school’s usage by 25% everyday which is...More