Lower School pupils have delivered Christmas shoe boxes wrapped in festive paper to the Trussell Trust for the Foundation for Social Change and Inclusion (FSCI). As well as delivering their own shoe boxes filled with Christmas delights, the pupils volunteered their time at the depot by sorting and filling...

Appleford pupils have been financially supporting and volunteering at a Government village School in Neemrana, India for a number of years. This half term 11 of the pupils along with 4 adults took the opportunity to visit the School, taking with them various items of...

Upper School pupils rose from their beds very early on a Friday morning to complete a challenge –The Sarsen Trail. This is a 26 mile walk linking the two World Heritage Sites of Avebury and Stonehenge. Their route was a tough undulating cross country walk...

As part of their Book Week celebrations, the pupils and staff of Appleford School, were visited by story teller Lizzie Bryant. They were treated to a morning of Celtic myths and legends and  all sat transfixed as they listened to stories about giants, magic and epic battles between good and evil. The morning was a great success and the mystical tales really captured the pupils’ imagination.