School Lane, Ampney Crucis, Cirencester, Gloucestershire GL7 5SD
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900th Anniversary of Cirencester Abbey
We were thrilled to receive an invitation to make three mosaics celebrating the 900th anniversary of Cirencester Abbey.
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Easter Egg Hunt
We are having an Ampney Crucis Easter Egg Hunt on Saturday 1st April 10am -4pm by creating a trail of Easter eggs positioned round the village for pupils, their families and village residents to find. The pupils will be sponsored to find as many of the eggs as they can and so raise money for the final push towards the target for the school’s much needed additional classroom.
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What isOur School?

Ampney Crucis is a popular village primary school three miles east of Cirencester. We offer each one of our pupils the opportunity to develop into well rounded individuals with an enthusiasm for learning and life. We achieve this through three classes with a low pupil to adult ratio, a well planned, creative curriculum, and a very caring, supportive environment. We also ensure that all the pupils have opportunities to take part in a wide variety of extra curricular activities.

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SchoolValues

Ampney Crucis is an outstanding Christian school where individuals are valued and achieve their full potential through personalised learning. Successes are celebrated through an inclusive, holistic approach and a challenging, diverse curriculum.

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Fundraising for aNew Classroom

We are raising funds to build a new classroom in the school grounds.

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OfstedReport

Date of last inspection – 3rd/4th December 2014.

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Dates forYour Diary

Upcoming events

30 March 2017

30 March 2017

01 April 2017

03 April 2017

04 April 2017

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Friends ofThe School

The Friends Committee holds regular meetings and is responsible for organising fund-raising events (i.e. Supper Evenings, Quiz Nights, Cake Stalls, joint School and Village Fetes) and providing a social link for children, parents, teachers and villagers.

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