Science Fair 1819

Wow! Wow! Wow! Oh my goodness. What an amazing afternoon. The staff and I were astounded by the vast array of scientific concepts explored by the children, matched also by the fantastically high standards set. We have an incredibly hard task ahead, selecting the winners. Thank you very much to all of our families for your support. I am one very proud and happy Mrs Forder.




Easter Eggstravaganza

…sorry… I know. In homage to Mr G, I couldn’t resist cracking a few yokes…I mean jokes.

Thank you so much, everyone,  for attending our assembly today and also for the terrific competition entries. They were truly amazing. It was such a lovely way to end the term. All of the children were super stars today. I thoroughly enjoyed every performance and was warmed by the wonderful community atmosphere.

Myself and all of the staff would like to wish all a very happy Easter.

Mrs F


Running Club

The last session of the term finished with a finale. Circuits and team pursuits were the order of the day. Rob Mitchell would be impressed.  Many thanks to our willing parents, who have given up their precious time to encourage our children to lead active lives- whilst having fun along the way!

Exmoor National Park Visit

We welcomed Sophie in to Cl2 this morning. The children were able to find out about our up-coming trip to Lynmouth. They also had a chance to find out about the sea-side code and important dos and don’t, when exploring rockpool habitats. The children listened beautifully and asked fantastic questions. We can’t wait!

Science Enquiry

The children in Class 2 have been exploring absorption, taking it in turns to test folded sugar paper flowers. They were amazed at what happened. Some were even inspired to re-enact the petals opening, as the water soaked into the paper. Curiosity is definitely fun!

Class 2 Titanic Experience

The children have been transported back in time, in Class 2, to find out what life must have been like on board the Titanic. Some children were treated to 1st class travel, where they could wine and dine and enjoy staying in a suite with their very own bathroom; others found out that luxurious travel wasn’t available to all and could only hope for a bath once a week, which they had to share with others- yuck. Thank you to Mrs Sothcott for bringing history to life in such an imaginative and engaging way. The children loved it- well some them!