Our Under 11 Girls Team did us proud at the County Cross Country Finals. They gave their all against some tough competition. Well done!
Our dance troupe took part in the New Theatre Oxfordshire Dance Festival. The children showed great courage and skill to stand on a stage in front of hundreds of people and deliver a brilliant performance.
All of the children, staff and many parents took part in the Act of Remembrance around our Peace Garden to remember the brave men and women who gave their lives serving our country so that we can all live our lives freely today.
Our school community came together to pass 121 gift-filled, shoe boxes down the road from our school hall to St Giles church. Thank you to everyone for their generosity that will bring joy to children in Eastern Europe this Christmas.
Team Standlake took 48 children to the West Oxfordshire Cross Country event in Bicester. We were very proud of every runner, especially our Under 11 girls team who qualified for the County finals.
Our Eco club are showing a passion for taking action to protect our climate; starting with the removal of plastic from our local area. They are working towards achieving the national Schools Eco Award by the end of the year.
Team Standlake took part in a West Oxfordshire Boccia Tournament with 18 other schools and reached the quarter finals. They showed great sportsmanship and support for each other. We are very proud of you!
We were delighted to receive a generous cheque for £2500 from James Cooper, son of Joseph Cooper, of JJ Cooper and Sons who own Lincoln Farm in Standlake. The money will go towards buying new books for our library.
Mrs Sheehan led an assembly explaining the importance of staying active and having a healthy body and mind. It was a great launch to our 100km challenge - all of the children walking, jogging or running 100km around our new school track by the end of the year!
Winners of our annual Conker Competition!
Dahl class visited the Andover Museum as part of their Stone Age topic this term.
During our Harvest Service we considered those that have a lot and those that don't and what we can do to help them.
Our Standlake Team take part in the Cross Country heats.
The whole school took part in a kite making afternoon to launch our 50 Things to Do project.
Our MP Robert Courts came in to explain how the Houses of Parliament work.
Bishop Colin presents Mr Denham with the Outstanding SIAMS inspection award.
Our youngest children visit a local nature reserve.
Our Year 6's take part in cycle training.
Standlake competed in the Eynsham Partnership Academy Sports Day at Tilsley Park.