07/07/2017

Musical Rainbow delivers eco message

What an exciting and busy week it has been! The children were delighted to finally try on their costumes and perform their play, The Musical Rainbow. Year 2 children were once again the lynchpin of the performance, speaking their lines with confidenc...

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07/07/2017

Blue Elephant wins Junior Entrepreneur competition

Business has been booming at SCS over the last few weeks as the year 8 children have worked tirelessly in the inaugural Friends of SCS Junior Entrepreneurs competition. Five teams competed but there could be only one winner and Team Blue Elephant w...

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30/06/2017

New apprentice-style competition kicks off!

The five teams competing in Salisbury Cathedral School’s new SCS Junior Entrepreneur initiative, sponsored by Trethowns, set up their stalls at the annual school fete on Friday. All pupils involved were working to win the coveted title of SCS J...

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19/06/2017

Junior Entrepreneurs compete to create best business

Year 8 pupils are taking part in a business competition designed to teach key business skills via a fun, Apprentice–style, challenge culminating at the school fete next Friday. Created by the Friends of Salisbury Cathedral School committee and ...

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12/06/2017

SCS triumph at Junior Wessex Athletics

On Saturday 22 athletes from years 3, 4 and 5 competed in the Junior Wessex Athletics competition, held at Walhampton School. It was a fantastic day of athletics and a great opportunity for our athletes to compete against the best in the region. All ...

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30/05/2017

An afternoon of sport and song

On Wednesday we welcomed choristers from eight foundations in the Western Region of the Choir Schools Association together with a choir from St Peter’s Collegiate Church, Wolverhampton for a sports afternoon. We could not have hoped for a more ...

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30/05/2017

Exploring creatures above and below the waves

How lucky we were to have blazing sunshine as we all headed to Bournemouth's aquarium and beach last week. A very excited group of Year 2 children jumped on the mini buses with buckets and spades and huge smiles. The Oceanarium did not disappoint, as...

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15/05/2017

Jazbytes perform at Clayesmore Jazz Fest

Jazbytes, accompanied by Mr Andrews, Mr Perry and Mr Sladdin, made the annual pilgrimage to Clayesmore School to take part in their popular Jazz Festival. Approximately 100 performers from five schools and an audience of some 200 people enjoyed a mar...

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15/05/2017

Y1's Wardour Castle adventure

Year 1 had  a wonderful day exploring Old Wardour Castle inside and out. The day began began with a tour around the outside of the ruins, taking notes at the information points, and paying a visit to the Banqueting Hall – which was a ...

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12/05/2017

Having fun sharing music

Our annual Music Festival is always a highlight in the school calendar and this year was no exception. We staged five simultaneous concerts from 9.30-1pm in which over 12 hours of music was heard throughout the Bishop’s Palace. Each concert, ma...

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10/05/2017

Small Talkers tackle big ideas

Spire FM's Pat Sissons joined some very excited representatives from Years 1 to 3 to record a Small Talk session to be aired next week. Small Talk is a programme in which the children of schools in Wiltshire and Hampshire give their answers to some o...

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05/05/2017

Race for the Line - regional finals

Year 7 put their design and technology skills to the test at the National Bloodhound Micro:bit Rocket Car Competition 2017. On the first day of their Easter holidays, eight enthusiastic pupils participated in the preliminary round of the competi...

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05/05/2017

Y4 connect with nature at Magdalen Farm

Last Tuesday, the whole of year 4 was evacuated to Magdalen Farm in Dorset to escape the potential dangers that threatened Salisbury during the Second world War. As soon as we arrived, Mrs Thomas, the billeting officer, directed the children to their...

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