- Arts Mark – GoldWhat a legacy Mrs Van Rhee has left us of rich Arts development! Mrs Wood is our new Art and DT Leader and once she has settled in, we will again be developing The Arts and going for Gold. The application process will begin in June and we feel we are already in a good ...
- Happy New YearWelcome back to school everyone. 2023 promises to be a year full of knowledge, wonder and learning. Do take a look at our knowledge maps on the curriculum page which have recently been uploaded to the website.
- Parent ForumThe latest parent forum minutes are now available. Please see here for details.
- School Council Charity WorkIt was wonderful to welcome Mel from DENS recently who spoke about how the charity works. We are very proud of the school magazine team and their work over the last year and were able to hand a hefty cheque to DENS. School Council have been discussing who they would like to support over the 2022-23 ...
- Google CalendarThe website calendar for the 2022-23 academic year has now been updated. Want to know about transition days, class assemblies, performances, parent consultations, etc – look no further!
- Pixies Hill Goes Carbon NeutralWe have partnered with Ecologi to plant trees around the world this week to offset our carbon footprint over the last year. We are planning to be completely and independently carbon neutral by 2030 or earlier. Want to find out more or interested in offsetting your own household footprint? Visit https://ecologi.com for details. In the ...
- Climate Change in ActionNew energy certificate has arrived – really pleased to see a huge reduction in our Carbon Emissions down from 94 to 80 this year.
- School CouncilSchool council doing a spot of weeding today to make room for new plants. Well done everyone and we even had time to make some mint tea at the end!
- Well done Astronomy ClubIn our last Astronomy Club session for the year, In our last session, we used a program called Pixinsight to process an image of the M95 Galaxy we had taken using the Liverpool John Moore telescope. M95 is a spiral galaxy around 33 million light years away (so if you travelled at 186,000km per second, ...
- Lunchtime FunThe children built a wonderful igloo using their creative skills and some giant Jenna blocks.
Mental Health & Wellbeing Week
Safer Internet Day
Pupil Progress Meetings
Year R Class Assembly
Year 5 Class Assembly
FOPHS Spring Disco
World Book Day
Year 2 Class Assembly
Year 6 Parent Rock UK Meeting