The PI boys from The Grange, the Year 3 girls and our very own Year 2 children were treated to an exciting science show at Inglefield House this week. After having a play on Inglefield’s fabulous new adventure playground the children headed into the hall where a… Read more
On Tuesday we welcomed a large group of Haberdashers, Governors and V.I.P. guests to Agincourt. The touring party enjoyed a performance of Welsh dance and song before watching a short presentation about our exciting new creative curriculum. They concluded their visit with a tour of the… Read more
As a component of the Agincourt 600 celebrations Andrew Tuggey, High Sheriff of Monmouthshire, organised a competition to design a flag for Monmouth. The Agincourt School entries were very well received, with Llywelyn (6) being one of four finalists. Llywelyn,… Read more
Spiderman, a Ghostbuster, Elsa from Frozen and Buzz Lightyear were among heroic fundraisers who presented a year’s worth of donations to two vital children’s charities on Wednesday. Pupils at Agincourt School and Nursery in Monmouth transformed into their favourite heroes… Read more
On Tuesday Agincourt School hosted a fantastic staff training day at Monmouth School Pavilion lead by the Primary Matters Team. Click here to find out more about Primary Matters. The focus was on teaching an innovative and inspiring 21st Century… Read more
On Friday 14th November all the children and staff wore ‘mad hats’ to school. There were some very creative items of headgear on display. All the money raised was donated to Children in Need.
The Reception classes have been enjoying celebrating Roald Dahl Week. They have taken part in lots of fantastic activities including creating their own chocolates in the chocolate factory, making chef hats and working together to build an enormous crocodile! … Read more
Bella and John have been appointed as our new head boy and girl. They have a positive attitude to school and can be relied upon to face every challenge with determination and enthusiasm.
The children had a fantastic first day in their Reception classes. They made new friends, met their new teachers and enjoyed time exploring both in and out of the classroom.
The nursery children toddled and raised £584.70 for Dr Barnardo’s. The theme of The Toddle was ‘Space’ so many interesting characters took part with great excitement.
An idyllic afternoon on the playing field. I hope the children will always remember these happy times dancing around the maypole.
Mr Wren’s class talked about respect in their super assembly. The little boy who showed no respect for his family or their things had the tables turned on him! The acting was excellent and the dancing was amazing!