St Philips School is part of the Royal Horticultural Society’s Campaign for School Gardening

St Philips School is part of the Royal Horticultural Society’s Campaign for School Gardening which promotes all aspects of gardening in schools.

We have already achieved a Level 2 Certificate and last term we gained Level 3 status.  To pass this level we have to be good at preparing ground to plant in, to grow a range of fruits, vegetables and flowers, encourage wildlife, recycle waste and make compost. To celebrate this achievement RHS have given us very generous series of vouchers that will supply us with seedlings and small plants over the next year.  The plants will be delivered to the school all ready to grow each half term and we simply plant them out into our gardens.

St Philip’s cricket team represented Surrey at the regional cricket competition at Lord’s Cricket ground in London. Spent some time with Sir Michael Parkinson

St Philip’s cricket team represented Surrey at the regional cricket competition at Lord’s Cricket ground in London.

The team played brilliantly and made it all the way through to the final where they were narrowly beaten by Westminster College.  The team were also lucky enough to spend sometime with Sir Michael Parkinson who was representing the competition organisers, the Lord’s Taveners.  Well done to all involved.

 

The day the SEN team came to St Philip’s for a cup of tea

One wet and miserable August Wednesday (who’d have thought it) the
SEN teams from Achieving for Children descended upon St Philip’s to
help get the school ready for September.
Jacqui, Catherine, Marianna, Laura, Emma, Harriet, Sarah and Senel
were lulled into a false sense of security with a cup of tea before the
hard work started!
Despite the pouring rain, Catherine and Sarah took on the role of official
minibus cleaners. The St Philip’s minibuses are now sparkling;
Catherine and Sarah, however, are very, very wet!