04/11/17 FOPS Glow Stick stall at the Pattishall Fireworks
10/11/17 Armistice Service in Holy Cross 10:45am Lead by Student Council
12/11/17 School representatives to be involved in the Holy Cross Remembrance Service
17/11/17 Wear Spots for Children in Need
23/11/17 Music Concert performed by children who have peripatetic lessons, time TBC
27/11/17 Mufti for Gosset Ward
29/11/17 Blue Butterfly internet safety
08/12/17 FOPS Film Night
11/12/17 Year 3/4 Church Assembly – Holy Cross 9.15am
12/12/17 FOPS Crazy Hair Day for tom bola prizes
13/12/17 EYFS/KS1 Performance 2pm
14/12/17 EYFS/KS1 Performance 6pm
15/12/17 Christmas Jumper Day for Save the Children
18/12/17 Whole School Christmas Lunch!
19/12/17 Carols on the Playground 3pm
19/12/17 FOPS Winter Festival
19/12/17 Christingle in Holy Cross 6pm
20/12/17 Whole School to see Peter Pan at The Deco
Pattishall is a Church of England (Voluntarily Controlled) Primary School for children aged 4 to 11.
Recognising its historic foundation, as recorded in the school’s Trust Deed by Thomas Young (dated 1664) and established on its present site by Andrew Percival, George Henry Percival and Thomas Aris in 1897, the school will preserve and develop its religious character in accordance with the principles of the Church of England. This includes respecting other Christian denominations and faiths, in partnership with the Church.
Pattishall Church of England Primary School aims to serve the villages of Pattishall, Eastcote, Astcote, Dalscote, Cold Higham, Grimscote and other local communities, by providing an education of the highest quality within the context of Christian belief and practice.
We are committed to working together to provide a high quality education based upon the following Christian values: Ambition; Cooperation; Courage; Faith; Generosity; Patience; Pride; and Respect. These values underpin our work in school.
Our school is a safe, caring and stimulating environment where the effort and achievement of every single child is celebrated and valued.
We aim to provide a happy, cooperative Christian environment which encourages learning through an interesting and relevant, yet challenging, curriculum.
Through mutual respect, we wish to develop children’s understanding of the diversity of lives and beliefs within their own and other communities.
Our intention is that children leave Pattishall CE Primary School as confident, well-balanced individuals who are able to make a useful contribution to the society of modern Britain.
Headteacher: Mrs Emma McLean
Pattishall CE Primary School | School Road | Pattishall | Towcester | Northants | NN12 8NE