All posts by: Maree Oxnard

About Maree Oxnard

St Giles School are holding a Makaton Level 1 Course on 3rd and 5th February 2020 (split into two half days).  The cost is £100 (please see attachment).  Please contact Maree in the school office on 0208 680 2141 for further details. Makaton 2020

Many thanks to everyone who helped at the Old Scholars party last Friday. It was an amazing evening as usual with D.J. Martin playing all our favourite tunes. Lovely to see so many familiar faces turn up this year, some we have not seen for quite some time!  

Thank you to all our parents, carers and staff who donated towards the St Giles Children in Need Day on Friday 15th November, where lots of fun activities took place throughout the school, including a disco, bowling and a very popular foot spa. We raised an amazing £406.00. A small donation will be made to Children […]

Upper School kicked off their WOW events for the year with three fantastic dance workshops based around our theme “Different places, Different people”. Katie the dance teacher took us on a journey around the world looking at how water connects us via the oceans and seas. There was a special focus on Africa using both music and […]

  We are delighted to announce to St Giles parents and carers that Special Yoga are running a workshop for parents of young people with special educational needs. Special Yoga deliver bespoke training programmes which are designed in a way that will give parents and carers an empowering skillset to support children with a vast […]

Our special Harvest Assemblies are on Thursday 17th October. Please do join us for our Secondary Assembly at 9.30am or our Early Years & Primary Assembly at 2pm. Once again we are collecting for Purley Food Hub to help people in crisis who are without food. They may have become unemployed, been sick or had […]

This year we had another very successful school journey with Key Stage 4 students to Woodlarks Campsite in Farnham. This is a fantastic provision and a great opportunity for our students to experience the outdoors and nature on a very safe and accessible site. This campsite is designed to provide holidays and respite for children […]

Green class had a fabulous day doing adventurous activities at High Ashurst, followed by a campfire with Mrs Marshall, tea and a sleepover in school. Thanks to all the staff who helped out.  

Early in June, Rotarians Trevor Goodchild and Eddie McGrath  from Purley Rotary Club went with Red class to visit Chessington Zoo. As in previous years this was an outing paid for by the club and generally coincides with many such outings at 130 different attractions across the UK,  run nationally in conjunction with Rotary International in Great […]