"He isn’t here! God has raised him to life, just as Jesus said he would."
(Matthew 28 v 6)
Easter is the greatest celebration in the Christian calendar. Christians believe that Easter demonstrates God's love, forgiveness and hope.
Whatever our faith or beliefs, Easter is an opportunity for us all to consider those big questions of love, forgiveness and hope.
We'd like to take this opportunity to wish all our children, families and friends a peaceful, enjoyable and blessed Easter.
Life on the farm...
On Thursday 28th March, Year 2 visited Rectory Farm as part of their learning about 'New Life'.
Rectory Farm, owned by George and Ann Eaton, is situated south of the village of Water Stratford. It is a 150 acre mixed farm with the main focus on livestock rearing with 550 ewes and 35 suckler cows, alongside 50 acres of arable production including wheat, winter oats and barley.
George and Ann were amazing hosts, telling us all about the farm. We were delighted to see calves and lambs that had been born that very day!
Click here to see all the photos from our special day.
Questions, questions, questions...
Thank you to all those parents who kindly returned a questionnaire.
We'll read each one over the Easter break and let you know the outcome of our consultation and the actions that we will take as a result of the feedback that we have received.
Well done to all our Easter Egg winners and commiserations to those who were unlucky this time!
To the Manor Born...
The children in Red and Blue Classes visited Waddesdon Manor today.
They had a fabulous day exploring the grounds, doing crafts, and playing on the adventure playground - all in support of their curriculum theme about great stories.
Click the picture to take a look at some of the photos of the day.
Egg Cam is now live!
Click the picture to go straight to the information page about our Egg Cam!
We have eggs in Yellow Class which we are hoping will all hatch over the next few days.
We already have our first chick - born this afternoon at 4.45pm.
We love reading at Buckingham Park School and this week we are celebrating World Book Day. Our children and staff have discovered that reading can take place any time, any place, anywhere!
Have you been caught reading in a unique, unusual or exciting place? Send your photo to email@example.com
Keeping you up to date with the life of Buckingham Park CE Primary School