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Guard of Honour
Eight children from Year 5 and Year 6 formed a Guard of Honour for the athletes’ parade during the Olympic Opening Ceremony. The children had a tour of the Olympic Park and met some of the athletes. Parents and friends were able to follow their progress on the day and the children left with some wonderful memories.
We are a London 2012 Get Set School. We learnt about the Olympic and Paralympic Values. We have been very lucky to have Ellie Simmonds and Lord Sebastian Coe visit our school.
Ellie Simmonds in our school garden with her two Beijing Paralympic Gold Medals!
During the Easter break we have had further building work to finish the conversion of part of the school’s heating system. Alongside this, work is also ongoing to the administration section of the school. Please bear with us whilst this work continues. There may be some disruption on the first day back after the Easter break.
Work progresses on the extension at the front of the school. Pedestrians should continue to use the path in the Parish Field to access the Somerlea entrance to the school or via the main gate on Silver Street. The pedestrian path by the drive may only be used at the beginning and end of the school day to access the main playground. The gate to the school drive must remain closed during school occupation. Thank you for your patience during this period of disruption.
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Another spectacular event was organised by the PTFA. Thank you to everyone to helped with the event and to all those who attended.
Children from Foundation and Key Stage 1 took part in the Nativity Play ‘Mend the Manger’. We were delighted to see so many parents and relatives at the performances. Once again the children performed brilliantly.
Anti Bullying Week 2013
Children and staff showed their support for the National Anti Bullying Campaign and everyone wore blue clothing on Friday 22nd November.
World War II Day
Children in Year 5 and Year 6 will be experiencing a World War II Day in December.
Children in Need
We raised a magnificent £500.01 for Children in Need. Thank you to everyone who supported this charity by dressing as Superheroes, and those who donated toys and baked cakes for sale at the end of the day.
Open Afternoon 19th November
We were delighted to be able to show prospective parents around the school. If you were unable to come to this event and would like to visit before your child starts school, please contact us to arrange a suitable date.
Visit by Author David Lawrence Jones
The children were thrilled with the visit of local author David Lawrence Jones. He has written a series of 4 books about the Amazing Adventures of Bradley Baker. David spent some time with the children and then returned for a book signing. We were thrilled to have such an exciting author visit.
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What an afternoon!
There are always lots of activities taking place during the school day and we thought we would share what was going on in school one afternoon.
A PE teacher visited from Cullompton Community College along with a rugby coach and they were working with Year 6 to improve their skills and knowledge of the game.
Year 5/6 were on their active break following their history presentation on Britain since 1930.
Year 5 worked throughout the school site on a science project on the dispersal of seeds.
Whilst one Year 4 class went to Exe Valley Leisure Centre to swim, the children in the other class were writing their e-books on Greece.
Year 3 classes were improving their tennis skills or their reactions through ball skills.
One Year 2 class was working in ICT on pictograms whilst the other was writing coded messages in Braille linked to their history project.
Year 1 children were working on their assembly which was being held on Friday.
In Foundation, children were being supported by a Teaching Assistant with their speech and a work experience student worked alongside staff with Reception children helping them to learn positional language.
The Bilingual Support Worker visited to work with several Polish children who are being helped daily with their English by a Teaching Assistant.
Several children enjoyed their drum or guitar lessons.
What did you do this afternoon??
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