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Blooming Bulbs 2015!

The Children and Young People’s Parliament, spent the afternoon planting bulbs as part of the Town Councils 'Blooming Bulbs 2015' project. The project is an initiative to provide colour and add to the scenery in the town by planting spring bulbs. One of the priorities of the Parliament is ‘ improving the environment by working with our communities’ and the children really enjoyed themselves, digging and planting and are really looking forward to seeing the bulbs in the Spring. Read more ...

Sporting Officials for the future!

On Friday 16th October, local year 6 pupils from 7 different schools arrived at Hardenhuish School to take part in a Young Official Course. This is one of two courses offered throughout the year which enables selected pupils to gain an understanding of how to officiate in a variety of sports. The event is organised by the School Sport Coordinators from the three secondary schools. All participants received a workbook, whistle, lanyard, yellow officials t-shirt and certificate. Read more ...

Paralympics 2014!

St Nicholas School took part in their third Paralympic games on Monday 7th July. The teams of young people came down to Hardenhuish School where they participated in a carousel of activities including, Basketball throws, tri-golf, sprint race, javelin and the relay. All pupils took part in a Paralympic procession with a chosen athlete holding an Olympic torch. After the parading of the teams and Olympic torch there were lots of thumbs up, cheers and smiling faces as the games preceded. Read more ...

Upcoming events:

Multi Agency Forum (MAF)

Thursday 26 February 2015 – 8:00 to 10:00

Partnership meeting

Thursday 12 March 2015 – 8:30 to 11:00

Children & Young People's Parliament

Wednesday 18 March 2015 – 12:45 to 14:00

About Us

Formed in the summer of 2011 and comprised of three secondary schools, one special school and seventeen primary schools, the Partnership is committed to working together for the benefit of our pupils, their families, our staff and the community.

The aim of the Chippenham Partnership of Schools is to enhance the life opportunities for the Chippenham Child – each child and young person living in the town and surrounding villages. In supporting this, we share the same vision to be a collaborative community in which we:

  • develop our staff to be excellent educators;
  • grow our children to be confident, resilient and successful learners;
  • support our parents working with schools to reduce barriers to the learning of their children;
  • strive to make best use of the resources available to us.
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