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"Children get off to a great start." Ofsted 2017

August 2018
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Welcome to our School

I extend a warm welcome to our school where children have fun and love to learn. Pangbourne  Primary is a community school for children from ages 3 to 11 and we are situated in a stunning rural location.

We pride ourselves in providing a happy, safe, secure and supportive learning environment where we pride ourselves on good behaviour, enabling your child to achieve academic and personal excellence.

We believe that, in  partnership with the home and the local community, we can provide an education that will give your child the best possible start in life. 

Melissa Fry 
Headteacher

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"Before and After School Care"

Andi's Early Birds Breakfast Club

The Breakfast Club will run each morning from 7.30 am in the River Rooms

Places available:

Contact Andi on 07845 132478

andi_bucsi@hotmail.co.uk

Koosa After School Care

0845 094 2322

www.koosakids.co.uk








 

School News

Pangbourne Primary School Goes For Gold!

Published: 17/05/2016 by S.Administrator
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Pangbourne Primary Going For Gold



  
 
 

May 16th, 2016 – Pangbourne Primary School is celebrating after becoming the proud winner of a prestigious awards scheme, the Sainsbury’s Gold School Games Award.

The Sainsbury's School Games is a Government led scheme which rewards schools for their commitment to the development of PE, sport and competition across their school. Thousands of schools apply each year and are assessed against their resilience, perseverance and team effort in a wide range of sporting events.

To achieve gold accreditation, schools must demonstrate performance and participation in a range of extra-curricular sporting activities within school and across the wider community. Recent examples at Pangbourne Primary include cross-country, Kwik cricket, orienteering and tennis.

The school marked the occasion with a special ‘Sports Assembly’, which was also attended by Rachael Wardell, Corporate Director for Communities at West Berkshire Council. The assembly hall was filled with children proudly holding medals, certificates, badges and sports awards.

On being presented the award, head teacher Melissa Fry acknowledged the efforts of the school’s Sports Ambassadors. These pupils promote sport across the school and take part in a range of activities that include playground games, PE kit coordination and even blog writing.

Mrs Fry also thanked Ms Kilsby, the school’s sports coordinator, who has been instrumental in the school’s sporting achievements.

Rachael Wardell said: “It’s lovely to recognise the efforts of children when enjoying and excelling at sport. In addition to learning, physical education is a vital and fun part of school life.”

Melissa Fry said: “I couldn’t be prouder to see our school achieve this award. It’s great recognition for our commitment to school sport and physical education. The award not only recognises performance, but also emphasises effort and participation – something we are proud to have a high level of. A huge thank you to all the pupils and especially to Ms Kilsby.”

 

 

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