News and Events

Two Brilliant Performances

14 February 2020

Over 100 students and staff were involved in this year's school production! The cast and behind the scenes crew showed enormous talent over three nights and wowed the audience of family,friends and staff with their brilliant performances.

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Somerset Cricketer Luff Visits Haygrove

11 February 2020

Somerset County ladies cricketer, Sophie Luff, joined students at Haygrove School for a day of girls-only cricket training and was delighted to see how enthusiastic the Haygrove girls were about the sport.

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Primary Poems Published

3 February 2020

Pupils at Spaxton C of E School have had their writing talents recognised by the Young Writers publishing group who run National Writing Competitions for primary and secondary schools. Read more here.

Trampolining Triumph 

28 January 2020

Haygrove were represented at the Southern Zonal Schools Trampoline Championships on Sunday 19th January 2020 and walked away with gold and silver medals which means some of the 18 Haygrove competitors will progress to the National Finals at the end of March. Read more here.

Land Trust Logo 

25 January 2020

Three talented students were over the moon to learn recently that their designs have been chosen for consideration for a new Community Land Trust (CLT) logo that is under development in the village. Read more here.

"We're saving our planet!"

20 January 2020

The children at Stogursey primary school have been learning about climate change and global warming and how we can save the planet. One pupil from the Alfoxton class says "We have been learning about climate change and how to help animals survive. We have been thinking about the animals in our village, like hedgehogs who are in danger." The children have also been learning about the effect of global warming on the recent Australian bush fires, with one student saying "We could visit Australia and give them hoses."

First conference a huge success

The first QET conference 'Building Character, Shaping Futures' took place on 24 October 2019 at the McMillan Theatre, Bridgwater. Two prestigious guest speakers, Mr Andy Wolfe (Deputy Chief Education Officer for the Church of England) and Professor Dame Alison Peacock who is a prominent educationalist, public speaker, writer and Chief Executive of the Chartered College of Teaching, inspired staff from the QET partner schools with their thoughts and experiences and students from all the schools took part in an opening performance demonstrating their talent and teamwork.

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Fizz Pop Science Day

7 January 2020

All the children at Spaxton C of E Primary School were treated to an amazing day of science fun when the Fizz Pop Science team and the amazing 'Sonic Sally' visited in January. After thoroughly enjoying taking part in all sorts of experiments and discovering lots of amazing facts about the world around them, every pupil was invited to sign-up for a 5 week Science Club!

Shine Fest Art Exhibition 

5 December 2019

Pupils, staff and families gathered in the Stogursey School Hall towards the end of the Autumn term to launch ‘Shine Fest’, an exhibition of art made by the pupils during the term-long ‘Somerset Stories’ project funded by the Hinkley Point Community Fund. ‘Somerset Stories’ was run by Halsway Manor National Centre for Folk Arts and involved the Stogursey children working with a writer, an artist and a film-maker to create artworks inspired by the past, present and future of Stogursey and the surrounding area. Some of the very youngest pupils performed a folk-inspired piece for the audience.

Parents who visited the exhibition said how they loved the different artworks and the short film that featured of the Stogursey pupils. One parent commented, “Brilliant! Love the pixies and the variety of medium used. A wonderful experience for my daughter. Thank you.”

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