Camel Capers is an event organised by Bristol and South Gloucestershire Methodist Church who have asked schools in Bristol to design and decorate a camel.
Take a look at just some of the exciting things that we have been doing this March.
We have now received the Ofsted Inspection Report for The Sir Bernard Lovell School.
We have just received the latest iPad order. Parents/guardians will be contacted shortly with the details of where and when these can be collected.
We have been really pleased with the response to our e-learning scheme here at Sir Bernard Lovell School.
The current England Women's Rugby Captain, Sarah Hunter, paid a visit to SBL on Friday 14th March, along with an England Rugby Coach, Kevin Moggridge.
With great fanfare we are delighted to announce this week's great read. Drum roll please.
We believe our school is a learning community where learning takes place within an atmosphere of mutual trust and respect. We are engaged in educating 'the whole child' and so strive both for high levels of academic achievement and for the many other skills and qualities which young people need for the future. We aim to enrich our students by providing excitement and challenge in all areas of the curriculum and by giving them opportunities to play a full part in the life of the school and the community.
We have a state-of-the-art sports complex with 3G astro turf pitches, fitness room and courts, which we hope will benefit the wider community as well as encouraging our youngsters to be physically active and to excel at sport.