Links to the Community
We warmly welcome members of our local community into school.
This year we have been fortunate enough to have links with the following members of the community:
The Royal Grammar School in to work with Year 4 on The String Scheme.
Trips for all classes to visit Holy Trinity Church and work with the staff and volunteers at the church.
Volunteers from local businesses that come into school to read with children.
Carols by Candlelight Christmas Concert at Chertsey Street Baptist Church
Staff from G-Live to come in and work with Year 5
Gifts of harvest boxes from our Harvest Festival to the local needy members of the community
The Junior Leadership Team taking part in the Guildford Rememberance Day Service
Taking part in the Guildford Pancake Day Races in the High Street
Weekly swimming lessons at The Surrey Sports Park
Participating in the Guildford Schools Music Festival
Rugby with Harlequins Rugby Team
Trips to the Guildford Museum, Guildford Hydro Mill, Stoke Park, Guildford High Street, Wagamamas, Guildford Castle, Abbots Hospital, Royal Grammar School, Residential stay at Henley Fort, Waitrose Supermarket, Metro Bank, Mill Studios, South West Trains
Visits from the Guildford Fire Services, The University of Surrey, Mr John Bannister (previous Governor at the school), Data Scientists from Guildford Research Park, The Surrey Advertiser, St Johns Ambulance, local yoga teacher, The New Buddhist Way, Boogie Pumps, All Star Choir.
Our local Nursery schools also join us to celebrate Christmas and are invited to see the Nativity Performance by all the children in Key Stage 1 and EYFS.
We also support our local British Legion Poppy Appeal every year.
Parents, carers, grandparents, governors and friends also come into school in various ways including craft, reading, sport, handwriting and cookery. The help of parents is vital to support events, trips and enrich learning. If you are able to support the school on a regular basis then please inform the school office so an appropriate location and induction programme can be organised. Curriculum themes also provide regular opportunities for parents to come in and work alongside their children and see displays, presentations and assemblies.
Where financially possible, we always seek to use local contractors and suppliers e.g. Office Gold in Godalming, Guildford Lock and Safe, CEF in Guildford and so on.
All parent volunteers, volunteers from the community and contractors are subject to an enhanced DBS check.