St Loys Church of England Primary Academy

St Loys Church of England Primary School The Diocese of Peterborough
Life at St Loys Church of England Primary Academy
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Welcome to St Loys Primary Academy

St Loys, Weedon Lois, is a happy school founded over 150 years ago and sited in a most attractive location in the heart of the South Northamptonshire countryside. We now have provision at our school for children aged 2 to 11 years of age with St Loys Pre School now being part of the Academy.

Ofsted and the Church of England Inspectorate judge St. Loys to be ‘outstanding’. Our school provides a caring, stimulating environment which aims to develop each child’s potential. We encourage and expect high standards in both work and behaviour.

Our top priority is for children to be happy and engaged in an ever improving environment and curriculum that excites.

Please look at our Galleries on the Quick Links on the left to see some of the amazing activities our St Loys children get up to!

Our School Mission Statement

 Alison Allen, Head teacher.

“Our School is one where individuals will be helped to strive to reach their full potential, feel valued and where personal endeavour, responsibility and good behaviour to others will be encouraged in a Christian environment”.

St Loys is a Church of England Voluntary Aided School and is committed to educational excellence and to the spiritual, moral and cultural development of all its pupils.

The School recognises and affirms its Church of England foundation and greatly values its special, historic and continuing link with the parish church of St Mary and St Peter. Read more from Head Teacher Alison Allen here.

- St. Loys

Welcome to St Loys Primary Academy

St Loys, Weedon Lois, is a happy school founded over 150 years ago and sited in a most attractive location in the heart of the South Northamptonshire countryside. We now have provision at our school for children aged 2 to 11 years of age with St Loys Pre School now being part of the Academy.

Ofsted and the Church of England Inspectorate judge St. Loys to be ‘outstanding’. Our school provides a caring, stimulating environment which aims to develop each child’s potential. We encourage and expect high standards in both work and behaviour.

Our top priority is for children to be happy and engaged in an ever improving environment and curriculum that excites.

Please look at our Galleries on the Quick Links on the left to see some of the amazing activities our St Loys children get up to!

Our School Mission Statement

 Alison Allen, Head teacher.

“Our School is one where individuals will be helped to strive to reach their full potential, feel valued and where personal endeavour, responsibility and good behaviour to others will be encouraged in a Christian environment”.

St Loys is a Church of England Voluntary Aided School and is committed to educational excellence and to the spiritual, moral and cultural development of all its pupils.

The School recognises and affirms its Church of England foundation and greatly values its special, historic and continuing link with the parish church of St Mary and St Peter. Read more from Head Teacher Alison Allen here.

- St. Loys

Welcome to St Loys Primary Academy

St Loys, Weedon Lois, is a happy school founded over 150 years ago and sited in a most attractive location in the heart of the South Northamptonshire countryside. We now have provision at our school for children aged 2 to 11 years of age with St Loys Pre School now being part of the Academy.

Ofsted and the Church of England Inspectorate judge St. Loys to be ‘outstanding’. Our school provides a caring, stimulating environment which aims to develop each child’s potential. We encourage and expect high standards in both work and behaviour.

Our top priority is for children to be happy and engaged in an ever improving environment and curriculum that excites.

Please look at our Galleries on the Quick Links on the left to see some of the amazing activities our St Loys children get up to!

Our School Mission Statement

 Alison Allen, Head teacher.

“Our School is one where individuals will be helped to strive to reach their full potential, feel valued and where personal endeavour, responsibility and good behaviour to others will be encouraged in a Christian environment”.

St Loys is a Church of England Voluntary Aided School and is committed to educational excellence and to the spiritual, moral and cultural development of all its pupils.

The School recognises and affirms its Church of England foundation and greatly values its special, historic and continuing link with the parish church of St Mary and St Peter. Read more from Head Teacher Alison Allen here.

Friends of St. Loys

Who are the Friends of St Loys?Friends' logo

The Friends Association is a group of parents that has an interest in the well-being and future of St Loys. We meet once or twice a term (time and place are flexible). Anyone who shares our concerns is welcome to come along to a meeting to see what we are about – you do not have to make a commitment to join.

What do the Friends do?

The Friends’ principle aim is to organise school events and activities such as the Christmas Fayre, Summer Fête, cake bakes, discos, BBQs, and other events that will capture the children’s imagination and create excitement whilst raising funds for the school and its activities. Money raised from these events goes into the Friends’ Fund. We also support St Mary & St Peter’s Lois Weedon Church and Weedon Lois village fundraising activities.

2016 / 2017 Fundraising

Last school year we raised money for playground markings.

Regular Events / Activities:

What is the Friends’ fund used for?

The fund is used to help out the school by purchasing various items / equipment and paying for some activities for the children, e.g. chairs and whiteboards for the newer classrooms, the coach to and from the Christmas pantomime, gym equipment, the play equipment and benches in the park. We also help out with other appeals related to the school, such as the Premises Development Appeal for the newer part of the school and the school hall. We also raise money for the Lois Weedon church, for example the Church Restoration Appeal and arts and crafts materials for messy church.

How can you help?

There are various ways to get involved and this could be regularly or just a one-off – we understand that everyone has a hectic schedule to keep. You could:

If you would like to be involved, please let us know how by emailing the school. Don’t worry, you will not be committing yourself to permanent involvement, we just want to get an idea of anyone that would be happy to have some involvement but can’t always get to the meetings.

Current Committee Members

Chair

The Chair provides leadership for the committee, sets the agenda for meetings and manages meetings in line with the agenda.

Elaine McAuliffe (Children: Will, Reception; Dan, Year 3)

Vice Chair

Gemma Phillips (Children: Barnaby, Year 1; Jonty, Year 4)

Debbie Davy (Children: Wallis, Year 1; Kitty, Year 4)

Secretary

The Secretary is responsible for ensuring that there are effective communication links between committee members and between the association and the school.

Tanja Ashmore (Children: Emily, Year 1; Izzy, Year 3)

Treasurer

The Treasurer is responsible for day to day admin of financial records and procedures as well as the banking and handling of money at Friends’ activities and events.

Hannah Snelson (Children: Merle Year 4)

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