Head teacher : Max Burr
Keevil Church of England Academy,
Main Street, Keevil, BA14 6LU
Phone: 01380 870376
- Judaism Day
On 6th April, Jane Silver-Corren spent the day at Keevil talking to the children about Judaism. Each class spent time learning about this religion and how they celebrate. They even got to taste some special foods.
- Summer Class residential trip
In March Summer class enjoyed a three day trip to Danywenallt in South Wales. All the children had a fantastic time and enjoyed various activities including hill walking, mammal trapping and den building!
- Network Rail Poster Competition Winners
Congratulations to the competition winners; Henry Nichols, Logan Bittner, Henry Wade, Georgia Crawford and Theodore Spaliviero-Shaw. These lucky children get to ride in the driver's cab of a high speed train. Well done!
- Author visit for World Book Day
The children enjoyed the visit from author Maudie Smith on Wolrd Book Day.
Latest School Events
- Winter Class Sharing Worship25May2017
2:30 pm - 3:15 pm
- Half term holiday29May2017
- TD day - SCHOOL CLOSED05Jun2017
- Children return to school06Jun2017
- Year 1 Phonics tests12Jun2017
Welcome to the start of the Summer Term! We're looking forward to a busy term including sports day and the Year 6 production!
Keevil Church of England Academy has been around in one form or another for well over 100 years. It started off as the Sunday school of St. Leonard’s Church and has grown in to the four class Church of England Academy it is today.
The academy now serves the communities of Keevil, Steeple Ashton, Great Hinton and Bulkington as well as taking children from other villages and the East of Trowbridge.
This is a Family academy in every sense and that defines who we are and how we approach things. Parenting is more challenging than ever. How a parent feels and thinks is critical to me and to us.
We believe passionately that we all have something that we can excel at, whether that is riding a bike, reading or football. Our task is to ensure that passion, and the skills needed to be good at those things, are transferred across to all learning in the classroom and in the outdoors.
All of the above is done in the spirit of reaching out to each other and ensuring that we are defined by how we look out for those around us.
We are going places - come and join us on our journey
If you would like a paper copy of any information from our website, please contact Jane Watson on 01380 870376 or email@example.com