Byfield's School Council had the honour of planting the village's coronation oak tree with the Parish Council.
Byfield School was proud to be part of the village Greener Byfield event.
Our Stowe Valley community celebrated the Coronation of King Charles III in style today.
Warwickshire Attendance Service and the Stowe Valley MAT were delighted to co-host their inaugural attendance lead network event
Staff and pupils across the Trust have celebrated their love of books.
We were delighted to host our Recruitment Event tonight at Southam College and extend a warm welcome to all who attended
Gareth Metcalfe from I See Maths worked with our maths subject leaders
Paul Franklin has been caretaker at Byfield School since 1998.
Sir John Jones presented to the staff from all the Stowe Valley MAT primary schools.
We were delighted to welcome everyone to our Recruitment Event this evening at Southam College.
Zac is taking part in the Katharine House Santa Fun Run
Children at Byfield have had workshops with the Wickes road safety lorry.
Byfield School is thrilled to be a Music Mark School.
A big well done to all the year 5/6 who went to theNorthamptonshire Diwali parade
Over 350 talented children from schools within Stowe Valley MAT performed brilliantly at our first ever Arts Festival
Stowe Valley MAT are excited to announce the winner of our Platinum Jubilee pin badge competition
We met several amazing animal including an albino Burmese python called Princess
Our children did brilliantly and showed excellent resilience and sportsmanship.
From funds raised by out PTA we have purchased brilliant new gym equipment for our hall
Students and staff from across the Stowe Valley Multi Academy Trust have been celebrating World Book Day.
To celebrate Robbie Burns Night, we had a special poetry day.
Year 3/4 children at Byfield Primary had a special Egyptian day.
Children at Byfield School are learning to code and become engineers!
Byfield Primary raised money for the Royal British Legion selling poppies to the school community.
The primary school pupils of Stowe Valley Multi Academy Trust have collected hundreds of sweet tubes as a Christmas gift for refugee children in Warwickshire.