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Charlton Kings Infants' School

Celebrating Success

We believe in taking every opportunity to celebrate the many successes and achievements of our pupils.  We recognise that all young people have talents which need to be recognised and developed during their time with us.

We believe it is confidence building to celebrate success and we praise children for:

- trying hard in lessons;

- attending regularly;

- sporting achievements in and out of school;

- extra effort in raising money for a charity;

- a simple act of kindness.


Frank Crocker has once again been helping The Cheltenham Animal Shelter - this time with their special Christmas 'Tins, Treats and Toys' appeal, collecting for animals at the shelter. Well done Frank! 




Archie in Purple class has been awarded a trophy for the commitment he has shown completing his first term with Tag Trojans


Isla Chapman in Red Class has completed a 5k Bubble Rush run and raised £300 for The Longhope Hospice.  She ran it in an impressive 38mins - what a lot of fun!!!



Frank Crocker in Y2 has been super busy again raising money for Cheltenham Animal Shelter - he ran 5K and raised £300!!  Already this year he has climbed a mountain and sold Lego cards to raise money.

As well as features in the local press he has also been interviewed by RUNNER's WORLD magazine - take a look at the article:




Paul Manual in Y2 has been a regular helper at his Church for the last 2 years.

Every Sunday after Church finishes, Paul helps to pack away the drum kit.

We are proud of your dedication Paul!
























Elliot in Purple class loves ballet- well done Elliot - what a star!









Kira Wray in Y2 has completed a 10-mile walk through the Forest of Dean and has raised £150 so far for Cheltenham Cobalt Unit.

You can read more about Kira's walk on the following websites: