Our Church School
We warmly welcome you to our school! We work together to live our life to its fullness according to John 10:10 and believe that in Jesus’s light we can truly live out our special Christian values. We are a caring, family school whose vision goes far to include all children no matter who they are. Have a look below at what we have been working on this year!
We told the story of Joseph and his amazing coat (and brothers!) in our assembly today - Etta was a fantastic Joesph and the "brothers" ad-libbed the story to perfection! We all learnt about saying sorry and putting things right as good friends. [gallery...
Our Chair of Governors Jo made the journey to London to show her respect for our Queen. Here are some photos of her visit. This is an embedded Microsoft Office presentation, powered by Office.
As part of our Easter work on 5th and 6th April, the children were encouraged to think deeply about some questions at each activity they visited. Take a look at the questions and responses…. After our ‘stick journey’ activity, we asked, ‘What was Jesus’s journey?’ We...
In assembly, we listened to Mrs Cleden read the Easter story before completing 3 more activities to help us focus on different aspects of the meaning of Easter. We planted seeds and thought about Jesus giving life to us… We designed flags that included olive branches...
This year we celebrated Easter as a whole school slightly differently. We looked at aspects of Jesus as we delved into aspects of his life , death and resurrection. We began by taking a journey through the village to the church. There, we created our own journey...
Today the whole school dressed up in blue and yellow - the colours of the Ukrainian flag - to show our support for the whole Ukrainian community and demonstrate some of our school values, notably compassion and generosity. We spent time thinking about the positive...
We managed our traditional pancake races despite the looming rain! Reception were given a helping hand from Years 5 and 6 and lots of fun was had. We even managed to eat a pancake or two!
In our collective worship today, we learnt about Ash Wednesday marking the beginning of Lent. The ashes symbolize both death and repentance. During this period, Christians show repentance and mourning for their sins, because they believe Christ died for them. Rev...
Happy Valentines Day! Today, we were discussing what love really is. Is it a card and a box of chocolates or is it caring for someone (ironing, helping with reading, sorting stuff for forest school and so on...). Is it both? What would we do without it? [gallery...
We are “Learning together to be the best that we can be!” We live out our values each day knowing that in John 10:10 it says: I am come that they might have life and that they might have it more abundantly or life in all its fullness.
We aim to live out our values through dignity and kindness and hope that this permeates through every aspect of school life in Powerstock. We are a family community where everyone knows each other well and strives to help each other be their best self. We look outside of our very small school and think about others in our work and play through our work for Water Aid and our lovely local food bank – Cupboard Love. We are passionate about our planet and our School Council is working hard to help the school get the message to our community – all this work starts with our wonderful pupils – their voices should be heard!
Show yourself in all respects to be a model of good works, and in your teaching show integrity
– Titus 2:7
And as you wish that others would do to you, do so to them.
– Luke 6:31
Finally, all of you, be like-minded, be sympathetic, love one another, be compassionate and humble.
– 1 Peter 3:8.
Do not neglect to do good and to share what you have, for such sacrifices are pleasing to God.
– Hebrews 13:16
If any of you lacks wisdom, let him ask God, who gives generously to all without reproach, and it will be given him.
– James 1:5.
And let us not grow wearing of doing good, for in due season we will reap, if we do not give up.
– Galatians 6:9.