To tie in with the twenty-fifth anniversary of National Pet Month BVS has been holding a Pet Week.
Today Mr John Moffoot visited Year 6 to talk to the children about how he was awarded an MBE.
Today our BVS Choir, trained by Mrs Muriel Moffoot, performed for parents at a Coffee Morning.
Monday 19th November saw Year 4 have some very special visitors: Lance Corporal Broom and Staff Sergeant Hrycak.
On Tuesday 6th November Professor Nigel Mason visited BVS.
Today we were visited by Miss Charlotte Peters who works for The Dogs Trust.
Our Chair of Governors, Mr Peter Vigurs, has just returned from taking part in the Himalayan Stage Race in India, running a total of one hundred miles over five consecutive days.
On Wednesday 2nd November twenty of our Year 6 pupils were invited to the opening of the new Innovation and Technology Centre at Milton Keynes College.
We have been researching the lives of inspirational black people.
Yesterday, Greg took time out from his Olympic training to visit BVS.
Early this week Mrs Christine Reynolds and some of the students from Tring Park School for the Performing Arts visited BVS. Ruby Rawles and Adeshola Oke took the opportunity to interview them for BearWaves.
Mr Euan Henderson, the Mayor of Milton Keynes, visited BVS to take an assembly.
In an effort to encourage BVS pupils to save their money we have just opened the BVS Bank.
TJ Njoroge and Liam Douel interview author and illustrator, Steve Smallman. Assisted by Morgan Brown they then edited their recording.
On the last day of March BVS was visited by the fantasy fiction author, Mark Robson. He’d come in to school to work with the pupils in Year 6 and Year 5.
Monday 2nd March saw Mr Roder, a trained Circus Skills performer, give up his time to come in to BVS to work with groups of our pupils.
Today we were awarded a plaque in Assembly by Mr Terry Brown to recognise that we had achieved the National Healthy Schools’ status.
Mark Lancaster, MP, visits BVS to open our newly developed Environmental Area
How do you design and build a device for an egg so that it doesn’t break when dropped from a great height and how do you construct and launch a rocket made from nothing but scrap materials?
Last Friday Matthew Adam, Chloe Hill and Judith Molanza were invited to visit St Thomas Aquinas Catholic Primary School in Bletchley to discover what they could learn about the School’s learning environment.