Welcome to our new website. We hope that you enjoy visiting us online and can find every thing that you require. If you cannot find what you are looking for, please contact us.

Welcome to Saint Blaise CE Primary School

St Blaise is a place where everyone is welcome. All that we do is driven by our Christian values:

We are very proud of our school family, where every child matters, where we realise our ethos of ‘exploring and achieving together’. We learn and live our lives through our key biblical text:

We see our school as an orchard of fruitful trees – the children: with staff, governors, parents, carers and the wider school community working together, nurturing, providing the right conditions for ‘every tree’ to grow and flourish.

Our website will give you a flavour of our school at work and a glimpse of the opportunities we offer our children. Please do come and visit us to gain a first-hand impression and see why “Pupils love their small caring school.

We look forward to meeting you soon.

Please contact the school office if you would like to visit or would like more information: 01235 831368 or email office.3260@st-blaise.oxon.sch.uk

Headteacher

 

Our Latest News

St Blaise Bake Off!

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Beech and Willow class participated in a St Blaise Bake Off last week for The Harvest Festival. The children all baked crumble and then learnt about what Harvest Festival is and the importance... Read More

Katy and the Starry Night

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Willow class have had a brilliant start to the term. They spent the first week of term focusing on the ‘Katy and the Starry Night’ text by James Mayhew and engaged in lots... Read More

Castle building!

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Poplar class have had an amazing morning working together to build our own castle. They worked hard to cut out specific designs and make sure it was stable to stay upright! I’m sure... Read More

Place Value in Poplar

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During the past couple of weeks, Poplar have been learning about place value of 2 digit numbers. They have been learning how to represent numbers up to 20, 50 and 100 using lots... Read More

Collage in the style of Keith Haring

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Oak Class were inspired by Keith Haring to create some collages of people, with straight and bent arms. We practised our scissor skills to cut out shapes for our collages. We then decided... Read More

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