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Our school is a unique and special place, at the heart of the community, where children feel safe, loved and supported as they grow into who they are. Fully inclusive, we promote acceptance and embrace difference. We believe that an outstanding education is the single most important factor in ensuring success in life and we are relentless in the pursuit of this. We expect the highest level of engagement from all who share in our vision of 'beyond expectation'.

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West Wilts Dance Festival - LEGENDS


This years dance festival is on the theme of LEGENDS. Stay tuned for more information.

PE Action Plan 2017-18

Thanks to all who attended Sports Day 2017. It was a hugely successful day with the children having a thoroughly enjoyable time. Please see some of the pictures from the day.


Well done to the tag rugby team for competing against 6 other schools at Trowbridge Rugby Club. The competition was open to children in Year 5 and 6 so a special well done for the bravery shown by our Year 3 and 4 children when coming up against much bigger opposition. 


Please follow the link below to see pictures and find out how we got on during our afternoon and evening out taking part in the West Wilts Dance Festival at the Forum in Bath. We had an AMAZING time! Thanks to all involved.



Click ^ 'Extra Curricular' and then scroll down for Dance Festival photos. 

West Wilts Dance Festival

West Wilts Dance Festival 1

This year we are taking a group of dancers to The Forum in Bath to perform a dance at the West Wilts Dance Festival. We are all very excited about the event and Mrs Taylor is busy teaching and practising the dance with the children. 


If you are interested in coming to watch our performance; please see Mr Richards or Mrs Taylor and you can buy a ticket. 


Also more information can be found here:

This year at Studley Green we will be using real PE - an approach that has proved extremely successful across the UK and other countries in increasing enjoyment and participation in sport. The approach is centered around the ABC's (Agility, Balance, Coordination) and helps to develop the child as a whole. Many of the aspects of real PE can be see in our every day teaching of other subjects.


More information coming soon.

KS1 Multi-Sports


This week, Pandora class had the opportunity to visit Clarendon Academy to take part in a multi-sports event. There were loads (9!!) of different activities to try out which tested our agility, balance and coordination. We were superb ambassadors for our school and we thoroughly enjoyed ourselves. 



Picture 1 We're off to Clarendon!
Picture 2 Long jump
Picture 3 Target practise
Picture 4 Catching
Picture 5 We're having fun
Picture 6 Obstacle course
Picture 7 Big smiles!
Picture 8 Row row row row your boat



Well done to our Cross Country runners who entered a competition at John of Gaunt school on Tuesday 27th September! 


Elloise, Libby, Henrietta, Elliesha-Mae and Caleb all ran 1.2km

Tyler, Leyland, Kodi, Keiton, Emily, Ruby and Kiera all ran 1.8km. 


We were extremely proud of the children's perseverance and resilience as they competed against children from many different school from Trowbridge. 



Trowbridge District Football League 


                  Match                                                              Result

Week 1 vs The Mead   5:00pm KO                                     0-2

Week 2 vs Walwayne   4:20pm KO                                     1-2

Week 3 vs St Johns     4:00pm KO                                     0-1

             vs Paxcroft      4:40pm KO                                     1-2

Week 4 vs Grove         4:20pm KO                                     0-4

Week 5 vs Bellefield    4:20pm KO                                     0-4


Week 1 vs The Mead

After getting used to our surroundings in the evening sunshine we played brilliantly. We showed a real bravery playing against a much older team and matched them in the second half. We conceded two well taken first half goals to give The Mead the 2-0 win. 


Week 2 vs Walwayne 

We were unlucky to lose this week after an encouraging and batting performance. A well taken goal by Leo gave us a chance but Walwayne ran out 2-1 winners. 


Week 3 vs Paxcroft & St Johns

This week we played competitively against two very strong teams. We played well but not quite well enough to earn the points.


Week 4 & 5 vs Grove & Bellfield

In our final two games we found it very difficult against two experienced teams. The scorelines do not reflect the effort and desire we showed. Our defense will certainly learn from the experience and we will come back stronger next year! Well done boys. 



"Sport changes lives" Youth Sport Trust 2014.

At Studley, we adopt a SMILES approach to sport 

afe. We provide a safe environment for PE learning to take place.
aximum participation. We encourage all children to take part in physical activity.
nclusive. We provide opportunities for every child.
earning. We provide opportunities for all children to learn in every lesson.
njoyable. We make our PE fun for everyone! "YAY, I love PE" (Rowan Class child, 2015)
uccess. We give all children the opportunity to succeed.

As part of their PE curriculum, Gallymeade Class, go swimming once a week throughout Year 3.