Our shield represents not only
the school but the area that it is within.
The crossed quills represent the tools of learning through
The tree probably refers to the old elm tree in St Mary's church yard - a long lasting resident of the area being around 2000 years old.
The horse is the Invicta horse - symbol of the area
although traditionally white rather than filled (rather heretically some
might say) in this case.
The 5 birds are probably pheasant and show the strong
links within the village and community with the Belmont estate. These birds
are regularly seen on local fields and even within our school playground