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A huge thank you to JC5 who raised £124 for the Australian bush fire crisis currently still taking place. By thinking about others you have done a truely Christian act and we are very proud.

We are an official SBP School!


We have sent £261 to the School Bus Project helping educate refugees on a double decker bus! Go StJeb!


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It's great to hear that your school would like to support the work of the School Bus Project!
It's quite simple: we will send you our monthly newsletter with details and updates about our work. In return we ask that you commit to raise a minimum of £100 per year through fundraising events.
It looks like you have already reached that target with your two cake sales! Thank you.
We would welcome any of your staff who might like to volunteer with us.
If you or any other teachers would be interested in spending some time with us, please do get in with Rowena Gerrett, our SBP Project Coordinator (email:
We're looking forward to welcoming your school to the School Bus family as a School Friend!
We have online resources which you can access through this dropbox link.
Amongst other things, there is a Powerpoint presentation and some notes for an assembly which can be adapted.
Let me know if you would like to have a chat over the phone or need further information.

St James' Cake and Ice Cream Sale for the Animal Trust


What a brilliant way to start the summer term, well done team! Christians believe God instructed them to take care of all his living things.

Refugee Cake Sale March 2018 @ Ebrington


Another amazing effort from our children to raise money for those less well off than ourselves. Well done girls, keep sharing the love!


All the money will be going to the School Bus Project

Refugee Cake Sale February 2018


An amazing effort by the KS2 girls at the St James site raising £160 for the School Bus Project who drive around in a refurbished double-decker bus which is now a mobile school for refugees, wow!

Mr Daldry's refugee work Christmas 2017


Thank you all for your generous donations and support to help me get out to Lesvos in Greece this Christmas. As many of you know, I was called up early December by the charity 'Movement On The Ground (MOTG) with an urgent cry for help as refugees are still pouring over to Lesvos even though it is not on the news and that they were seriously short of volunteers. There are double the number of refugees from when I was in Lesvos at Easter, 4000 to now 8000 and conditions for most people in the camps are appalling, far worse than at Easter and far worse than I could have imagined.

Photos are banned from being taken at the main refugee camp where conditions are shocking but I did manage to sneak a few. I also took out to Lesvos 30kg of supplies for the children in an extra suitcase and 450 Euros as a donation for MOTG who desperately need funds.


If you want more information just come and ask.

  • St James' & Ebrington C. of E. Primary School
  • Pear Tree Close, Chipping Campden, Gloucestershire,
  • GL55 6DB
  • Ebrington Site
  • Hidcote Road, Ebrington,
  • Gloucestershire, GL55 6NQ
  • 01386 840634