We held our annual show this week.
Once again the acts were varied and very entertaining, enjoyed by the judges and the audience alike!
The talent was outstanding and the comments from our judges Aisha Flewin and Simon Cruel were very encouraging!
We held our annual show this week.
This week the young musicians of Cockwood School displayed their wonderful talents in our annual Music Showcase. Children from across the school came together to perform to a crowd in the Village Hall for both parents and friends, wowing the audience with some super musical pieces.
Our current music teachers specialise in keyboard, drums and guitar. We were able to see an array of performances across these instruments from pupils of all levels. It was truly fantastic to see even beginner performers take to the stage with such confidence. A big well done to all those children involved, and a big thank you to our music teachers for their continued hard work.
Pupils spent the day looking at road safety. They met with Rob Harvey, a member of the local police and Dave Leggett, a Cockwood resident, to explore how to keep ourselves safe around the school site.
The children monitored parking before school and asked lots of very important questions in the assembly.
The school enjoyed a super Sports Day on the village green. As always, the event was well attended and the children competed against each other with huge levels of enthusiasm.
Well done to Powderham House for winning on the day.
Pupils at Cockwood School took part in a fundraising house event at the Bear Trail.
The task was to get around the course in the quickest time, with house points being awarded at the end. A brilliant day was had by all and we look forward to seeing how much the children have raised for the PFA.
Children and Staff performed brilliantly at the Langstone Cliff Hotel this week.
Their interpretation of the hit show Oliver was a huge success, raising over £500 for the school.
On Monday 26th June teams from across the Dawlish Learning Partnership arrived at Teignmouth Community School to participate in the KS2 Athletics tournament, organised by the Dartmoor School Sport Partnership.
The competition consisted of 8 different events, which pupils participated in on a carousel, and then a competitive relay to finish.
Six primary schools from across the Dawlish Learning Partnership competed in an Athletics festival on the morning of 21st June 2017.
The event was organised by the Dartmoor School Sport Partnership and held at the beautiful grounds of Stover School.
The weather was wall to wall sunshine with temperatures reaching twenty nine degrees! However, despite the heat, KS1 pupils participated enthusiastically in the 6 events laid on for them, which included Speed Bounce, Vortex throwing event, team hurdles relay, team standing broad jump, team sprint relay and target throwing. To finish a great morning, all pupils then took part in the grand finale of a Parlauff type relay.
Budding business tycoons are preparing to launch into their second year of profit. The brand of mouthwatering chutney will be available to purchase at the annual Cockwood School Farmers’ Market on Cockwood Village Green.
Pupils at the tiny Cockwood School have been involved in choosing the flavours, creating packaging, pricing and production of their Harbourside Chutney range of homemade condiments.
Pupils in Class 1 enjoyed a super Cornwall experience.
The children started the visit with a trip to Bodmin Jail, which linked nicely to their topic of Crime and Punishment. This was followed by a Flambards and a cinema visit, a trip to an escape room – where the children needed to think strategically to solve the clues and then on to an art gallery showing works linked to light.
On Thursday the children also had the opportunity to take part in a Barbara Hepworth sculpture workshop and we spent some time enjoying group activities on the beach.