A small ceremony attended by students, parents, governors and members of the North Sedgemoor History Society, who have sponsored the plaque. St Andrew's is really proud to be part of this community and our links with George Reed. The blue plaque, which will now be part of the Burnham Heritage Trail, is taking pride of place at our front entrance alongside the bust of George Reed and the keystone, taken from the original building when the school was rebuilt on its present site in 1973.
Our Favourite Books: Our next student to share their favourite book is Holly. She explains why Joan Aiken's 'The Wolves of Willoughby Chase' is her favourite book.
Our Favourite Books: is from Mr Higgins, who talks to us about his love for the Lemony Snicket adventures.
Our Favourite Books: Drey has been really enjoying 'Journey', a picture book by Aaron Becker that Year 6 have been studying.
Out Favourite Books: Listen to the reasons why Finley's favourite book is 'Stunt Double: Jungle world Curse' by Tamsin Cooke. Year 6 were lucky to have met Tamsin earlier in the year when she visited us.
Our Favourite Books: Ivy explains why she likes 'My Headteacher Is A Vampire' by Pamela Butchart.
My favourite book: Mr Gillard explains why ‘Holes’ by Louie Sachar is one of his favourite books... definitely one to read!
On Friday 20th October sixteen pupils from Year 5 and 6 performed brilliantly at the McMillan Theatre in Bridgwater. The children composed one of the songs themselves and impressed the theatre professionals they were working with.