Lower School pupils held their Harvest Service at St Mary's Church. Well done to all of the pupils that took part. Their contribution to the Service was both enjoyable and meaningful. A big thank you to parents for all of the food donations delivered to school. This,...

The sun shone gloriously again on Appleford Sports Day. Field events took place in the morning, with many pupils gaining personal bests. The afternoon saw fiercely contested track event races and relays with parents and friends cheering on the participants, sipping much appreciated ice cold...

As part of their Creative Curriculum, pupils in the Lower School have been learning about WW2 this term. They have visited the STEAM museum of the Great Western Railway, had an evacuee experience and a bomb shelter experience. They have made the name tags that...

On a cold but sunny bright day Appleford pupils donned their games kits and warmed up for the annual Appleford Cross Country inter-house race. Lower School pupils set off first over a shorter distance. They were followed by the Upper School pupils, all eagerly cheered on by staff,...

A wonderful occasion was held at Appleford on 13 October. A four course dinner was prepared by the catering staff and parents invited to a black tie event. Pupils were involved with laying tables, polishing glasses, folding napkins, and flower arrangements. Pupils in year 10 and...

During Dyslexia Awareness Week, pupils from Appleford School took part in No Pens Day. This is a national speaking and listening event organised by the Communication Trust. The purpose of No Pens Day is to enable teachers to give students the opportunity to develop their...