St David’s is a vibrant city school with a warm and friendly family atmosphere. Our school is situated just a short distance from the city centre and we make the most of our location throughout the year with regular visits and trips to many of the facilities that are right on our door step.
We believe that our pupils should clearly understand their responsibility for learning by actively engaging with our creative curriculum. They are encouraged to value their educational opportunities and enjoy the learning experiences we provide. In return, we offer an excellent team of staff who work incredibly hard to provide a broad range of activities and challenges within a safe, stimulating and positive learning
We greatly value and actively promote the partnership between home and school because we understand that it is only through joint support that every child will reach their full potential.
We hope that the years spent with us will be happy for you and your child.
All children should arrive in class in the morning between 8.45 and 9.00am.
Doors will open at 8.45am and a member of staff will meet and greet children as they make their way to class. Ruby/Emerald children enter via Rockside and Sapphire/Diamond via the front playground. The gates will be locked at 9.00am promptly so please ensure your child has arrived by that time.
3.20pm Ruby children without siblings collected—this allows the younger children to leave before the lane is congested.
3.30pm all other children finish
Ruby class children with siblings will remain in class until 3.30pm so that you are able to collect all children at the same time and no longer need to wait between pick ups. If you need to be in two places at the same time, please collect your younger child first and KS2 staff will remain with older children until you arrive. Thank You!
Oh my goodness... how excited are we? Father Christmas heard how good we have all been and has come to visit!
This week we have been sooooo excited! The egg in the hall hatched and inside was a small dragon. We have been trying to find out more about reptiles and puzzling over where it came from. I wonder what it will eat?
Ruby Class have been wondering where the giant sized egg that appeared in the hall could have come from? Who could have laid it? and why is there a cave in the corner of the hall? What a puzzle!!
Last week there was a tail visible through a hole in the ceiling... today something even more shocking appeared in our hall! What can it be?
OH MY GOODNESS!!!!
What has been happening in Emerald since school started on 7th September?
Oh my goodness!!! LOOK a what’s happened? Serious damage to the ceiling in the corridor!!! and WHO or WHAT does that tail belong to?
and a few more
Today Evergreen Forest Pod have been looking at the work of Andy Goldsworthy and have created their own artwork using natural materials found on our school field and outside area. Here are some of the children's responses using natural materials from our school environment.