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Welcome to our Rode and Norton St Philip School Federation where we like to do things a little bit differently. We are able to offer a unique learning experience across our two idyllic rural sites which we hope will offer the ‘best of both worlds’ to the children in our care. We are very excited about our developing educational model which combines the small nurturing village school experience with the rich and varied learning opportunities of single year group classes. Our inspirational and creative approach to learning enables us to offer children a very special start in life that we believe will help to shape their successes for years to come.
We hope that you will find our website(s) helpful and informative and are always happy to answer any questions you may have so please do not hesitate to contact us. We are very proud of our children and our schools and would welcome the opportunity to meet you and show you more of what the Rode and Norton St Philip School Federation can offer your family.  
 
Carolyn Tommey (Headteacher)

 

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Up Up and Away

The children were truly amazed by the inflation of a hot air balloon on the village playing field on Wednesday. Thank you to Mrs Vowell for organising such an inspiring spectacle as part of this terms ‘Up, Up and Away’ topic.

 

 

 

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​BLOOD BIKE

Blood bikes is the informal name for the emergency medical service, who provide voluntary motorcycle courier services to hospitals and other healthcare providers, to transport urgent blood, tissue and organs. Children enjoyed a visit from Matthew Gilliard, who volunteers for Blood bikes. A highlight for the children was when they climbed on the bike itself and turned on the emergency blue lights!

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LET’S ALL BE EVERYTHING

Flintstones Class and Topcats Class excelled themselves on Wednesday during their Nativity Performance, 'Let's all be everything', by literally all being everything! All 51 children were Mary, shepherds, donkeys, angels, and Kings! They all sang their hearts out brilliantly and memorably. Well done to all involved! 
Thank you so much to the NSP PTFA who provided mulled wine and mince pies. The Zone has never smelled so Christmassy! 

 

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