VISION: “Everyone to Thrive”
OUR PURPOSE: “At Temple Guiting Church of England School, we welcome everyone and value their uniqueness. Enriching and exciting learning opportunities enable our whole school community to flourish, to be confident & resilient, and develop a lifelong love of learning, exploring and curiosity. We care for each other, ourselves, and our environment.
Together we thrive and learn to live life to the full” John 10,10
We are very proud to offer a broad and balanced curriculum. To enrich our pupils learning experience we plan visits or workshops that will support this vision.
Day visits to places of educational interest such as the Gloucester Cathedral, Bristol Zoo, SS Great Britain, the RSC, Birmingham Sea life Centre, Greystones Farm and The Black Country Museum are organised each term to enrich the curriculum.
Costs for such visits may be covered by contributions from parents or occasionally from the Parent and Teacher Association (PTA).
Every two years children in Years 5 and 6 have the opportunity to take part in a residential visit to the Tregoyd House, a PGL activity centre near Hay-on-Wye. Years 3 and 4 are introduced to residential trips with a two night stay at the Avon Wildlife trust in Chew Valley. These trips are an invaluable part of children’s emotional and social education while at the school and all children are encouraged to participate.
Costs for the visit to include travel, board and lodging, entrance fees, materials and costs of staff and travel are charged to the parents. However, no child will be excluded from the visit if their parents are unable to meet the costs.