Value of the Month

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At CBPPS we are constantly looking for ways to help our pupils become effective learners and good citizens. As part of this aim, we introduced ‘Value of the Month’. The ‘Value of the Month’ is announced in a whole school assembly at the start of each month, discussed during PSHE lessons and each class will have the opportunity to choose the next month’s value. We believe that, by embedding these values in our curriculum, we can encourage our pupils to develop the social and relationship skills necessary to succeed.

October’s value of the Month is:


Chosen by Reception

‘Happiness is not something ready-made. it comes from our own activities.’ Dalai Lama.

Quotes by Reception children:

During Circle Time, Reception discussed what makes them happy. Here are some of their thoughts:

I feel happy when I cuddle mummy and see some flowers – Luka Belle

I am happy playing with my friends – Nell

I am happy when I am learning things at school – Nathan

I am happy when I see the teachers – Sadie

I am happy when Theo smiles at me really nicely – Hugo

I feel happy because I saw a brown bear at the zoo – Louis

I am happy when I play with my dinosaurs and train track – Theo

I am happy when I play with my baby brother Finley and my bunny who cannot talk but I pretend that she talks – Saskia

Macmillan Cake Sale

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Congratulations to Form 6 for organising an extremely successful Macmillan Cake Sale on Friday 25th September 2015. They baked wonderful cakes and biscuits which they sold to pupils, teachers and parents, raising £380 for Macmillan Cancer Research.

Art Exhibition

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The pupils of CBPPS once again wowed us all with their magnificent display of artwork as part of The Bedford Park Festival.


Walking around the exhibition, you could not fail to be impressed by the imagination, creatvity and hard work of all the children from Nursery to Year 6.

Well done everyone!

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Sports Day 2015

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After some anxious glances at the weather forecast, the sun decided to shine brightly upon us at the annual Chiswick and Bedford Park Sports Day.  A fun-filled, action packed event was had by all starting with the Nursery children and their running and obstacle races.

The day was a great success with a combination of old favourites such as the egg and spoon, sack race and sprints, alongside some newer events which included the tennis ball balance, bean bag relay and the long distance race, over an improved course.

A big thank you must go to all staff and children who contributed to making the day such an enjoyable occasion. The parents should also be praised for such fantastic support and commitment to the cause. They certainly made themselves look very silly and embarrassing when it was their turn to race in the newly designed obstacle course.  You did your children proud!


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Money Week 8 – 14 June

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Money Week took place on the 8- 14 June. This was a national activity week for primary and secondary schools that provided CBPPS a fantastic opportunity for our children to gain the skills, knowledge and confidence in money matters to thrive in our society.

As well as special visits from parents, we also held workshops about ‘Keeping money safe, needs and wants’ and ‘budgeting, currencies, spending and saving and making money choices’.

A huge thank you and well done to Year 6 who created the most amazing mini fair for the Reception children. Also – well done to Year 2 who raised £21 for a local charity from their very own penny collections!


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Form 5’s Victorian School

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On May 20, Form 5 had a day out which was packed full of history, drama and excitement!

Dressed as Victorian children, the girls were instructed in the 3Rs by their Victorian schoolmistress and were then able to handle a range of authentic objects.

Thank you to Gunnersbury Park Museum for an unforgettable experience.

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Form 6 visit to the Isle of Wight

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Form 6 had a fun-filled, action-packed week at Little Canada, PGL, on the Isle of Wight.

All of the girls impressed us immensely with their teamwork, bravery and enthusiasm. They have emerged as more self-reliant, become more self-aware  and built stronger relationships with each other. It was definitely a week to remember, forever.


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