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St Leonard's C.E. Primary School

"Enjoying Success"


What a brilliant Eco week we had at St. Leonard’s!

A massive thank you for all of your fantastic donations, these have really brightened up the school and the children have loved planting and thinking about what we can all do to look after the environment.

A special thank you to J and S Handling LTD for donating compost and planters for each class.

Miss Sinden

Thiers Summer Festival Banner 

St. Leonard’s is delighted to have been asked to take part in creating a banner for the Thiers Summer Festival.

Children from Mrs Coleman’s year 3 /4 class were inspired by their time in Forest School for ideas to represent the ‘Extraordinary Garden’ theme.

Each child contributed to the artwork on the banner with their own design showing their love of our natural world.

We are proud to be part of the Bridgnorth, Thiers,  and Schrobenhausen  association, bringing joy to all who visit the festival in Thiers this summer.

Rainbow Shining Over St Leonards

Ms Harrison sent this fabulous picture at the end of last half term. I wanted to share it with you as it is so poignant right now.  


Mrs Ferriday

Mental Health Week

Mental Health Week

This week is children's Mental health week. Throughout the week the children will be learning about ways to promote positive mental health.

We study 'mental health' as part of our PSHE curriculum throughout the year but will be sharing extra ideas and strategies this week, the above poster shares simple steps to promote good mental health for both adults and children

Golden Time For Golden Result

Golden Time for Ofsted Success

Our pupils enjoyed a celebration day this week, following our very successful Ofsted Inspection. 

“We are delighted to be graded ‘Good’ again!  We thought it would be fitting to give our pupils and staff a treat to celebrate the report when it was published and se we held a ‘Golden’ activities afternoon,” explained Mrs Ferriday. “The children’s behaviour was ‘golden’ as always, hence our theme for the celebration.”

During the afternoon, our pupils were given a Golden Cookie and were able to choose the afternoon activity of their choice, such as games, a film or sports activities.

Jane Ashling, Chair of Governors said, “On behalf of all the Governors I would like to thank all the staff and pupils at St Leonard's for the part they played during the Ofsted Inspection. The Inspector acknowledges in her report what we see every day - that St Leonard's is a GOOD school. We are so pleased to see this formally recognised.” 

St Leonard’s CE School is part of the TrustEd Schools’ Partnership.  CEO Sarah Godden said, “we are thrilled for St Leonard’s community for this excellent endorsement of the high-quality education and care they offer their families.  The standards required by Ofsted for a ‘Good’ judgment are high and the school sailed through.”


Our team did amazing, a massive well done! 6 of the players came 1st in the competition with 52 runs, it was very close as the runners up got 51!  Isaac Lunn was named man of the match.



Here are our KS1 children
that took part in the KS1
Multi Skills Festival hosted by
St Leonards. Team B won the
competition. Well done to
everyone who took part.

A big well done to our Year 5
children who ran the events
taking place at the Multi skills
festival. You all were amazing!

Our KS1 Cross Country
runners who took part over
the past two weeks running
at Oldbury Wells and Idsall.

The Maths Challenge 

A huge congratulations to our School Maths Team, Last Friday they went to Wrekin College to take part in a maths challenge. There were over 40 teams and 1 of our teams came 7th.



A huge congratulations to our Year 5/6 football team who represented St Leonards in the TSP Football League, reaching the final and achieving 4th place out of 17 participating schools! We are all very proud that you represented our school so well and showed true sportsmanship. Miss Howell

Thanks to Alex, William, Emma, Finlay, Cory, Charlie, Jack from years 5/6