On Friday last week the whole school (including a good number of staff) braved the drizzle and completed a mile as part of Gloucestershire Daily Mile’s BIG DAY challenge. Approximately 24,000 children took part! Actually, the weather was fairly good since we managed to catch a gap just after lunch. The children were very pleased with themselves!
On Tuesday 29th May Classes 3 and 4 visited the Badminton Estate. More text to follow.
Today’s Christmas meal went down really well, with all the staff on hand to serve – a lovely North Nibley tradition. Great food, great atmosphere too. ” order_by=”filename” order_direction=”ASC” returns=”included” maximum_entity_count=”500″]
As part of their studies based around Isambard Kingdom Brunel (and supporting our ‘local’ curriculum offer and programme around British Values) Years 1 & 2 went on a trip around the Steam Ship Great Britain on Wednesday. We had a tour around the decks and the engine, the galley and the sleeping quarters. The weather was perfect…
Catch our Nature Quiz success story in the Gazette, dated 25th July! My thanks goes to Mrs Shepherd for the text and photo.
On Friday 2nd March the children of North Nibley School joined members of the Parish Council and the Knoll Trust to plant an oak tree on land adjoining Tyndale`s Monument to celebrate the Queen`s Diamond Jubilee. This was one of the first of many events in the area to mark the occasion. Every child in…
Every year we send our Year 6 pupils to South Cerney, to join with other Year 6 pupils in a fabulous water sports day.