5k Camel Trek for CAFOD


On the last day of Half Term, all of the children in Key Stage 2 took part in a 5K Camel Trek. The plan was to raise £400 for CAFOD so that we could buy a camel for a family in Ethiopia.

We set off from St Philip’s after lunch and headed towards Hiorne tower, down into the park towards Swanbourne lake, and back up to the school through the High Street. The children managed the walk in just over an hour! The children were then greeted back at the school by the Key Stage One children who had come to school in non-school uniform to raise funds.

As the count stands, we have raised over £800 for CAFOD which means we can in fact buy TWO camels! A huge thank you to all the parents, gandparents, staff and helpers who came of the walk and a special thank you to Aoife  and her family for coming up with the idea and doing so much of the organising!





Pastor Hugo from Yapton Free Church

On Friday 17th February, the children from St Philip’s were very blessed to have Pastor Hugo from Yapton Free Church come to deliver an assembly.  Hugo sang songs with the children, did a quiz and held a whole a whole school prayer.  The children were really engaged and loved learning about the Bible in such a fun and exciting day!IMG_1089


Safer internet day

On Tuesday 7th February, all the children in St Philip’s took part in sessions on learning how to be safe on the internet. Children did a range of activities, including quizzes, poster design, online surveys, information booklets and graffiti art work. Thank you for your continued support on educating the children about how to use the internet safely.

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