Lower School

We believe in our children

Stanbridge Lower School is a registered charity (Number 1049285)

Author Archives: Nita Coupland

  1. Shoe box Appeal-Updated

    Leave a Comment



    The Children were asked to make up a shoe box to send to Romania to give to children that are less fortunate.

    Thank you to everyone that brought a box in.

    We were sent a message from the organisers of the Shoe box Appeal it is as follows :-

    Dear All,

    On behalf of the Shoe Box team at St Mary’s Woburn we wish to thank everyone who took part in this year’s shoebox appeal.

    This year was another wonderful result and we sent off 5102 shoeboxes in 505 cartons to orphanages, hospital and children in need in Bulgaria.
    Each shoebox is filled with wonderful presents for a child that would not otherwise receive a present this Christmas — Love In A Box.

    Thank you again for taking part and we do hope you will join us again next year.

    Merry Christmas from all at St Mary’s Woburn.

  2. Children In Need

    Leave a Comment

    Children were asked to come into school wearing a spotty hat they had made and donate a £1 in aid of Children In Need. They all showed their creations in assembly and we had a little competition for the child that had made the best hat.

    Together we raised a fantastic total of £159.51!!!

    Well done everybody.

    006 031

  3. Stanbridge Harvest Festival

    Leave a Comment

    Harvest festival 17

    Pupils at Stanbridge Lower School celebrated Harvest Festival with a special assembly this week. Parents were invited into school to watch each class perform a song and poem as well as their artwork. The school hall was beautifully decorated with a Harvest display which included flowers, fruit, vegetables and a loaf of handmade Harvest bread complete with a Harvest mouse!


  4. A River Runs Through

    Leave a Comment

    Children enjoyed a theatre production of dance, telling the story “A River Runs Through”, all of the children enjoyed the play and were able to ask the dancers questions at the end about themselves and the story just performed. They then did a small dance workshop where they showed the children some dance moves.   780F328A-A35B-478F-835F-4B51F061A78D 51EEE344-1F71-487C-A255-94A8E3E97148 09E210D0-B504-45BE-A0AA-591CA803B50C 8ACC7372-1647-4FA5-B98C-2F1D6653ABCE 3CEFF84B-EC7F-4913-BAE4-A43A2DE6736B 2DEB4EB2-9502-496C-BAD7-301F909C685F