Cuddington | Buckinghamshire

Welcome to Cuddington & Dinton Church of England School

We are a primary school spread across two village sites; the Infant site based here in Cuddington and the Junior site in our neighbouring village of Dinton.  We have some 180 pupils ranging between the ages of 4 and 11.

The school is privileged to enjoy strong links with supportive local communities and the church, relishing the history and traditions of our villages whilst moving our school and, most importantly, our pupils’ education forward.

We welcome visits from prospective parents and extend a warm invitation to local residents to attend our events and services outlined in our calendar.

Please visit our main website at www.cuddingtonanddintonschool.co.uk
where you will be able to access our calendar and read about current activities and news.

We are grateful to Veronica Stewart for the provision of photographs for the banner.

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Harvest Produce Sale

On Monday 9th October at 3.00pm the school will be holding a Harvest Produce Sale on the Infant site here in Cuddington, where we will be selling all the fresh items that were brought to both the school and church Harvest Festivals.

All monies raised will go to Christian Aid's Rohingya Crisis Appeal

All are welcome to come and buy!

Last year's singing in Bernard Close 

May Singing and Dancing

Friday 26th May 10.30pm

The Infant children will be processing round the village and singing on Lower Green and the top end of Bernard Close on Friday 26th May.

They love to be able to present their posies to villagers as they process round the village so please look out for them!

This year we will be starting a little later than usual  at 10.30am and ending back at school for dancing.

 

High Sheriff Visits School

The school was delighted to welcome Mrs Milly Soames DL, High Sheriff of Buckinghamshire, (and resident of Cuddington!) on a special visit today.

She visited both Infant and Junior sites and was able to see the children in all of the classrooms and ask questions about their learning.

They also had the chance to ask her about her role and there is a full report of the visit in the March issue of Village Voice.

The photograph shows Milly receiving a bouquet of flowers from two childen on the Infant site.

School Harvest Thanksgiving 2016 

School Harvest Thanksgiving Service

Both Infant and Junior site children filled St Nicholas' Church this morning, 10th October, for a Harvest Thanksgiving Service. 

There was a wonderful array of gifts presented by the children (see picture) which would be sent to Aylesbury Vineyard for distribution to needy famlies and individuals.

School Helper and Parent Jo Goodson led the service and focused her message to the children on giving and sharing – particularly food and water.  She used the reference to water to introduce us all to the Toilet Twinning project that Nic Nacs have been involved in.  Look out in Village Voice for further information on this next month!

There was lots of enthusiastic singing of songs about food and giving!

The Home page 

New Website Goes Live

We are pleased to announce that our new website has now gone live!

Please visit it via the link below and get a flavour for what is happening in your school on both Infant and Junior sites.

www.cuddingtonanddintonschool.co.uk

Infant and Junior sites 

Top School!

School’s Performance Data

We are delighted to report that Cuddington and Dinton C of E School was placed 5th out of 214 Primary schools in Buckinghamshire based on pupils’ progress.

This is a very commendable achievement and as a result of the school’s overall standing in the recently-published performance tables our MP, John Bercow, wrote a very welcome and encouraging letter of congratulations to our Headteacher, Kim Price.

Click here to see the detail of the top 8 schools and here to see John Bercow’s letter.

 

Headteacher’s New Office

We are pleased that we now in a position to build a new headteacher’s office onto the side of the school building on the Infant site.

Work is due to begin on this next week, commencing 2nd February.  We hope this work won’t take much more than about four weeks and the contractor, Phil Gollins, will be as careful as possible about not causing undue disruption to residents.

Please bear with us while this is going on and do let the school office know if you have any concerns.