Three federation teams braved the weather today and all completed the 16 mile course in confident style. Congratulations everyone!
What-a-day! We’ve been on a journey to the far reaches of space, isolated our DNA and captured it in necklaces, made balloon powered cars and even made miniature models of the watercycle! Children and staff, alike, were truely inspired by science.
Huge thanks to Petroc, Simon Ould, Robyn, our student teacher from Exeter, as well as the PTA for making it all happen.
Much fun was had by one and all, as the photos clearly show. It was a delightful few days and a pleasure to be part of. Mrs Forder
We’ve been pushed to our limits, this week: scaling huge heights; plunging into icy waters; and squeezing through impossibly small holes, in deep, dark caverns. All achieved and still smiling! Happy days.
The children in Class 3 had a fantastic day. They were entertained all morning, by local story teller and poet, Clive Pig. The children sat, enthralled, as he shared amazing facts and gruesome tales. In the afternoon, the children took part in a Tudor banquet, sampling pheasant stew, mead and bread and honey- all thanks to the wonderful Tina Ley! A great time was had by all.