A summer packed full of fun activities from Football Coaching to Sailing and family days out to street dance workshops. Book Now - Full details can be found on our partnerships page. Bristol City Council have also published a list of summer activities across the city: North Bristol Summer Activities Booklet 2012Read More of Summer Activity Programme – Book Now
On Friday 29th June, children from the school took their own Olympic torch, made from recycled materials, to Orchard School to pass on the Olympic “flame”. There they met Blaire Hannan, British Paralympic sailor, who was a torchbearer for the Olympic flame when it was carried through Bristol. Blaire brought …Read More of Passing on the Filton Avenue Olympic Flame!
We are holding our first ever pumpkin growing competition, with prizes to be awarded at the Harvest Festival in October. Parents and friends of the school are welcome to enter. Free seeds are available from Miss Wheeler, come and collect some at the end of the school day. Good luck!Read More of Giant Pumpkin Growing Competition!
The children enjoyed a range of Jubilee themed activities this week - making bunting, crowns, portraits of the Queen, learning the national anthem and exploring the past 60 years. Today we celebrated with our own garden party in the playground. With everyone dressed up in red, white and blue, it …Read More of Jubilee Celebrations
Each year, the children in Year 2 have the opportunity to visit the University of the West of England. During our latest visit, in March, the children spent the day looking around the University, meeting students and working with them on science activities. The children had a wonderful time and learnt …Read More of Year 2 visit to University of the West of England
As you may remember, we have been working towards achieving the level 1 Rights Respecting School award. Yesterday, two UNICEF inspectors visited us for the whole day to assess us against strict standards and criteria. They talked to children, parents, staff and governors. We are delighted to announce that the inspectors …Read More of Rights Respecting School Level 1 Award
You are invited to come and see the children's Easter Bonnet parade on this Wednesday, 28th March, at 2.15pm. The children are making some wonderful Easter bonnets and are looking forward to showing them to you! Please arrive at the main entrance at 2.10pm. The parade will take place in the …Read More of Easter Bonnet Parade
As a part of our partnership with parents in providing for your child’s education, we hold parents' evenings to share with you how your child is progressing. This term we will be sharing with you how your child is settling into their class, their curriculum experiences and attitude to work. We …Read More of Parent Consultation Evening
Filton Avenue Infant School Celebrates World Book DayPosted on 1st March 2012 | Events
On 1st March, all children were given a £1 book voucher to exchange at a bookshop for a free World Book Day Book or get £1 off a book priced at £2.99 or more. World Book Day aims to encourage children to explore the pleasure of books and reading. To celebrate …Read More of Filton Avenue Infant School Celebrates World Book Day
Ofsted has identified the best-performing schools in poor areasPosted on 28th November 2011 | Uncategorised
Ofsted finds evidence of great schools in challenging areas. This year, 85 schools serving pupils from the most deprived families were judged outstanding. 'A school serving the most deprived children in the country is four times more likely to be judged inadequate by school inspectors than one serving children from the wealthiest …Read More of Ofsted has identified the best-performing schools in poor areas