Sea Dream Education

We had a visit on Thursday from Dr Juliette Jackson from Sea Dream Education.  She held a whole school assembly holding a lively discussion on climate change and global warming and then Class 2 and Class 4 had more in depth workshops on renewable energy.

New Dining Table

We had an exciting delivery this week of a new dining table that our PTFA have very kindly purchased for us.  Thank you very much! 

Chinese New Year

All classes were in a creative mood for Chinese New Year.  The children made Chinese fans, dragon puppets, Chinese clay tiles and copied Chinese symbols and words.

Devon Ability Games

A team of children took part in the Devon Ability Games on Wednesday.  They all had a fantastic day and 3 came back with a Bronze medal for Archery.  Well done everyone.

Cookery Club

Mrs Snell and her group of children are having great fun in Cookery Club on Monday afternoons.  This week they made fruit kebabs and brought them home to enjoy for their tea

Carol Service

The whole school put on a wonderful show in the Church as part of our Carol Service. The service included KS1’s brilliant performance of ‘A Miracle in Town’!

Reading Challenge

We would like to say a massive congratulations to Liberty who is the first person ever to complete our Key Stage One reading challenge!  A huge well done to Liberty for reading 150 books!

Children in Need

We are having lots of fun this morning with all the children and staff dressed in lovely colourful clothes and fancy dress.

Indoor Athletics

A team from Year 5 & 6 eagerly contested in the Indoor Athletics competition this week against team from the other Federation schools.  The athletes competed in a range of exciting challenges: chest push, speed bounce, standing long jumps, agility tests and hurdles. Well done to everyone who took part.

Eco Council Action

The Eco Council wrote to Cool Milk recently as we were receiving our milk in small cartons with plastic straws which couldn’t be recycled.  To cut down on our landfill rubbish, we are now receiving the milk in 2 litre bottles which can be recycled.  The children also have cool new plastic cups to drink from which can be re-used.