27/03/2017

Easter Bonnet delights

What a joy it was on Friday to see so many parents, grandparents and friends who were able to join us for the Easter Bonnet parade. The children proudly processed around the hall with their heads adorned with bunnies, leaves, nests, flowers and even ...

More
24/03/2017

Through the eyes of Constable

Salisbury Museum's 'Constable in Context' exhibition within the Cathedral Close has given the school an ideal opportunity for a cross-curricular focus on our local environment through the eyes of a famous painter. Year 3 began the week with a trip to...

More
16/03/2017

Marvellous machines

What a wonderful start to Monday morning when Mr Phillips arrived on his magnificent tractor! The visit had been arranged as part of the EYFS topic ‘Farms’ but the whole school were able to have a good look at the tractor on their way int...

More
13/03/2017

Musical celebration resonates across the school

Last Thursday the whole school came together for their annual musical celebration in a joyous concert. Head Master Clive Marriott had the pleasure of welcoming Directors of Music from Bedales, Godolphin and St Mary’s schools to the annual conce...

More
06/03/2017

Lower School celebrates books in costume

What a joy to see so many smiling book characters arriving at school in costume. An array of swords, shields, cloaks, hats and sparkling shoes were worn with pride and aplomb and books held high to show the children’s favourite authors and illu...

More
06/03/2017

Year 1 learn all about eyes

Last Monday we were lucky enough to have a visitor to support our Science topic of Senses. an optician - also a parent - kindly came into school to tell us all about our eyes. The focus of learning was to discover how to keep our eyes healthy and ho...

More
06/03/2017

Mrs Beardsell climbs Mt Kilimanjaro!

JR: First off, welcome back. GB: Thank you so much, it’s great to be back at sea level! JR: Can you set the scene for the first day? GB: I met the rest of my team at a hotel at the foot of Mt Kilimanjaro the night before we set off. We wer...

More
02/03/2017

Year 6 explore Constable

Year 6 enjoyed a John Constable - themed Art Day recently. As part of their activities they visited Salisbury Museum to see the Constable in Context exhibition, before receiving a watercolour masterclass by artist Louise Luton. Back at school they sk...

More
02/03/2017

Delighting in the world of books

If you take a peek in the library on Monday lunchtimes and find a group of children with their shoes kicked off, drinking hot chocolate, eating biscuits and chilling out on the sofas…. you might wonder what is going on. They are, in fact, dili...

More
15/02/2017

EYFS Banquet

We had a wonderful afternoon with EYFS children at the Palace yesterday when we held a Royal Banquet to celebrate the end of our Castles topic. The children enjoyed the walk from Leaden Hall and gave royal waves to people we saw along the way. The Un...

More
06/02/2017

Discovering Tutankhamun's treasures

On Thursday the Year 4 children hopped in the minibuses to travel to the Cairo Museum. (Well, not quite… but the next best thing.) Some might say an even better thing. Says teacher Mrs Thomas, 'Having visited both myself, I can honestly say th...

More
06/02/2017

Novice scoops medal at IAPS National Judo Tournament

Cordelia (Year 6) gave an outstanding performance at the IAPS National Judo Tournament in High Wycombe against a weight category of seasoned fighters. With only a term’s judo experience, she won her group with Ippon (the highest possible score...

More
06/02/2017

Musical harmony with Bryanston School

On Tuesday evening a group of string players from Bryanston came to Salisbury Cathedral School to perform a concert of ensemble music and solo items. The quality of musicianship on display was inspirational across the board and it was wonderful to se...

More
30/01/2017

Secret keys and hidden doors

The idea of secret keys conjures up rusty locks and secret doors, and the Owls and Badgers had a chance to explore lots of these when they visited the Cathedral as part of their topic, Salisbury - Our City. The children were taken on a magical tour,...

More
25/01/2017

Year 2 learn more about their city

On Tuesday, the Badgers and Owls togged up in coats and hats and set off for their historical and geographical City Trail. We snaked through the Close and had a first stop at the High Street Gate learning that every night this huge gate is close...

More
25/01/2017

Talented artists learn new skills at Canford

Seven enthusiastic artists, chosen from Years 5 to 7, accompanied Mrs Stredwick and Mr Newbery to Canford School for a print making workshop on Monday 23rd January. The Art teachers and pupils from Canford led a fantastic workshop, making dry point p...

More

View news archive

Admissions

More

Request a brochure

More

Open days

More

Why SCS?

More