Ascension Day Thursday 10th May 2018

The service will commence at 1.30pm in All Saints Church. The service will be led by the Venerable Robert Springett, Bishop of Tewkesbury. He will be accompanied by Revd. Sue Murray, Vicar of Bisley Parish.

The procession will start at approximately 2.15pm and will end with a service at the Wells.

Teas will be served in the village hall after the service at the wells.

This day is organised and managed by the PTA on behalf of the school and local community.

Parking

We ask that the route of the procession be kept free of cars between 2pm and 3pm. The procession will start at the school, travel down School Road to the Bear Inn, down George Street to the shop, then along the High Street and finally down Wells Road to the Wells.

Please do not park in the Bear Inn car park. There will be no parking available at the WI village hall.

Monday 6th November - 9am to 3pm

Come and visit the school and meet the staff and pupils. No appointments necessary!

Fireworks Night Saturday 4th November

A spectacular display of fireworks will be filling the night sky with colour and light in Bisley on Saturday November 4.

The annual event, organised by Bisley Bluecoat Parent Teachers’ Association and held at the George V Pleasure Grounds in Van der Breen Street, will also feature a fire show from Circus Uncertainty before the main fireworks display.

The gates open at 5.30pm and the pyrotechnic display will start at around 6pm, after which the fireworks display will begin. Refreshments, including burgers and sausages, hot drinks and mulled wine will be available and there will be a bar.

Tickets cost £5 for adults, £3 per child and £15 for a family of two adults and three children.

It’s also possible to pre-purchase tickets from George Stores in Bisley up until Friday November 3 to fast track the queue and gain automatic entry into a raffle to be drawn on the night.

Cheltenham Literature Festival Begins - Oct 2017

Where’s Wally? Trail

Daily
11am – 3pm

Wow! Wally Watchers! Follow our Where’s Wally? trail around town and seek out some simply sensational scenes created by local schools. Pick up your trail sheet from Waterstones on The Promenade or any of the participating venues – check cheltenhamfestivals.com/literature for details.

Bisley School's art work is on display in pride of place outside Waterstones!!

Class 1 & Class 2 Development

Everyone at the school is enjoying our new outdoor spaces. As Spring turns to Summer we will really be able to utilise the areas.

Our thanks go to GCC, The Big Lottery and friends of Lyn Hemming who enabled this work to be completed.