Chipping Norton School's Partnership
We are part of the Chipping Norton School’s Partnership. There are 10 primary schools in the partnership along with a Nursery School and Chipping Norton Secondary School. The schools work closely together on a whole range of events including sports tournaments, art and topic days, dance festivals and concerts. Link to Chipping Norton Partnership of Schools Community Learning Programme.
Chipping Norton Partnership of Schools (CNPS)
CNPS comprises Chipping Norton School and the ten feeder primary schools. We work together to enhance the learning of all of our children. Each year CNPS staff and students run the following activities:
Festivals: We run a huge range of festivals including Dance, Ball Skills, School Olympics, U11 Swimming, Hockey, Football, Netball, Rugby, Cricket, Athletics, Sports Hall Athletics, Modern Foreign Languages, Drama and Street Dance.
Each year over 3000 primary children attend these events which are led by 250 CNS Young Leaders.
Able Gifted and Talented Workshops: Year 4 and 5 pupils, who have been nominated by their own teachers, attend a range of workshops led by CNS teachers. These include English, Maths, Science, Design and Technology, Drama, Art and Philosophy for Children.
Family Focus Activities: A chance for children and parents from Year 4, 5 and 6 to learn together. Family Focus takes place termly and includes Science, Art, ICT, Drama, Music, Dance, Design and Technology and Family First Aid.
Extra Time Clubs: CNS English, Maths and Science Departments run Extra Time clubs for Year 4 and 5 children who really enjoy and are excited by the subject. Pupils will develop their skills and work with specialist subject teachers. This year 200 children have applied for places at these clubs.
Year 4 & 5 Extra Time Clubs
Feedback from parents and students.
This is a summary of feedback from parents and pupils from the Year 4 & 5 Science, Maths and English Extra Time Clubs. Over 200 children attended the three blocks of 5 sessions. Feedback forms were sent home on the penultimate session and there was a very high return rate.
What was particularly good?
What could have been better?
Chipping Norton School runs one of the broadest ranges of enrichment and extension activities in Oxfordshire. Are there any activities which could enhance our programme?
Any other comments: