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The children arrived to school on Thursday to find a space shuttle on the welly shed and their classrooms totally transformed. It was with a great deal of excitement that they set off along the riverbank, following the signs to… Read more

A Visit from Father Christmas!

December 7th, 2017

The Agincourt elves were hard at work on Wednesday night, and the welly shed was transformed into a beautiful Christmas Grotto. On Thursday morning the children were excited to find that Father Christmas was in residence. He shared some songs… Read more

Children from Monmouth Schools Pre-Prep and Nursery donned wellies, face paint and hedgehog masks today for a sponsored walk. The Reception class looked a picture as they marched along the banks of the River Wye to raise money for the local hedgehog… Read more

Nursery set off to Beechenhurst in the glorious winter sunshine on Wednesday. They arrived at the adventure playground and had a fantastic time, celebrating some impressive physical challenges on the larger equipment. When everyone was nicely warmed up it was… Read more

Year 2 Parisian Café

October 17th, 2017

The Year 2 team worked extremely hard (and late into the evening) to lay on a fabulous Parisian café to bring their ‘Bright Lights, Big City’ topic together with the children’s French language lessons this week. The children and parents… Read more

Year 1 Bread Workshop

October 16th, 2017

The Year 1 children used a 17th Century recipe to make and bake their own bread this week. Whilst their dough was proving the children completed a set of taste tests of different breads from around the world; including baguette,… Read more

School Council Meeting

October 13th, 2017

On Friday School Council held their first meeting of the new school year. Luca, Noa, Joseph, Leo, Seb and Henry all met in Mrs Phillips’ office to share their own views and the ideas of their peers with her. A… Read more

Year 2 Lego Challenge!

October 13th, 2017

Year 2 were set a challenge in an independent learning session this week. They were tasked with building a cityscape using Lego bricks. The children had no written instructions and their brief was to create their own individual building and… Read more

A Monmouth teacher and her two young sons are celebrating after winning a selfie competition to honour the world’s most loved modelling clay figure. Mrs Franklin posed for the photograph with sons Alastair and Elliott, who made cards to mark… Read more

Children from a Monmouth school have been reunited with their favourite puppy after a spectacular adventure to find him. More than 40 giant snowdogs have been placed at Cardiff’s famous landmarks until November 26 in an initiative to raise money… Read more

Our Reception classes enjoyed a trip to Malpas Fire Station in Newport. Their exclusive behind the scenes tour took in the road traffic accident team at work as well as the fire engines, and each child had the opportunity to… Read more

To create a ‘stunning start’ to their ‘Bright lights, Big City’ topic the Reception staff took their new classes to Monmouth Fire Station this week. The children had the opportunity to meet the crew and look at the uniforms and… Read more

Year 2 enjoyed an excellent trip to Cardiff this week. They drove past Bute Park, the National Museum and Cardiff Castle before arriving at the Millenium Stadium (recently renamed as the Principality Stadium). The children were treated to an ‘access… Read more

The final Nursery trip of the year saw us all off to Perrygrove Railway in the Forest of Dean.The children enjoyed a ride on the steam train, a picnic lunch and lots of fun in the various adventure play areas…. Read more

School Sports Day

June 22nd, 2017

After a picnic in the shade, the School children took to the field with a slick programme of events, beautifully organised by Mrs Clarke. It was a lovely occasion and I have to thank all of my fantastic staff, Mr Alexander,… Read more

Over 200 pupils took to the stage with the African Children’s Choir to perform a joyful concert which celebrated life and the uniting power of music. Children from Inglefield House, The Grange and Agincourt School & Nursery sang a medley… Read more

A kind-hearted little boy has walked the distance of a half marathon to raise more than £600 for a children’s charity. Oliver, from Agincourt School and Nursery, decided to take on the mammoth challenge when he heard about Elusen Jac… Read more

Abolish homework forever, take more lessons into the great outdoors and allow children to do as they please. That was the advice of three revolutionary head teachers at Agincourt School & Nursery, Inglefield House and The Grange Monmouth Preparatory School… Read more

On Wednesday our Nursery children were invited to visit Inglefield House for the afternoon. The Year 3 girls had been working on a project to create their own story books to share with younger readers. The Nursery children all enjoyed… Read more

Mr Shaw’s assembly

September 22nd, 2016

Mr Shaw visited Agincourt and embraced our ‘Walk in the Woods’ theme with an assembly that had us hunting for familiar characters in a virtual wood. He then introduced the children to geocaching and showed the children a short film explaining… Read more

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