Class 3 performed their annual assembly this week, called ‘Under The Sea’.
Children dressed up as sea animals and story characters for the show, and impressed the crowd with their confident speaking and super dance moves! It was wonderful to see the children perform in front of their peers and parents, and we are very proud of all they have achieved. (more…)
This week children from Key Stage 2 had the opportunity to attend the exciting ‘Mix Festival’ held at Dartington Hall in Totnes. Children from primary schools across Devon attended this day of workshops and performances from steel pans to the Royal Marines Band!
Throughout the day, the children experienced new instruments and learnt about their origins, as well as learning how to use new technology to compose musical pieces online. The children attended workshops where they learnt how to play violins, taiko drums, Brazilian samba drums, steel pans, as well attending a ‘have a go’ session where they were able to play any instrument they wanted! A particular highlight of the day was also having their faces painted with ‘The Mix’ festival logo.
Pupils in Year 6 helped local residents Nigel and Sally Stoneman to decorate the village recently with new flowers.
The children chose the flowers and then planted them on the bridge near the village green. They will now water them for the remainder of the term and hope that all local residents will enjoy them. (more…)
The children were excited and amazed by the hands-on experiments of ‘Tectonic Tim’ from FizzPop Science today.
He produced giant bubbles and soapsuds towers, before setting fire to the soapsuds; someone had to be very sensible and brave! He finally produced ‘elephant toothpaste’ to the wonder of the children, and explained the science behind it. (more…)
The children from the Choir were invited to sing at the official opening of the new harbour wall, as part of the latest work completed in the Harbour Defence Scheme.
The event took place on the Village Green, where the children sang a special sea related song; ‘Drop in the Ocean’ and completed many fun activities provided by the Environment Agency. We also watched the plaque unveiling, and one pupil helped cut the ribbon for the official opening!
The children’s performance was filmed for ITV Westcountry News, with some children taking part in an interview about local flooding which may be broadcast at the weekend- all very exciting! The children were also able to find out more about how tides work, have a look inside an Environment Agency van and use a remote controlled grass mower.
Class 1 were lucky to have a visitor from the Exeter Synagogue this week.
His name was Tony Newman and he told us about some Jewish beliefs, rituals and festivals as well as sharing some photographs and artefacts.
It was helpful to have a practising Jew to talk to us and answer our questions on the Jewish faith as well as demonstrating what we have learned in lessons..
We also welcomed our visitors from the ICE team (Initiative in Christian Education) this week. (more…)