Monthly Archives: September 2016

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Why are bees important?

A big thank you to Martyn for coming into school yesterday to speak to us about the importance of bees!The children had great fun being 'bees' and can hopefully tell you the important things they had to collect to take back to their hive.We talked about the lovely food we get from plants and how pollination is an important part [...]

Tennis Festival

Class 3 look set to be the next generation of Davis Cup Winners if today was anything to go by! They really performed well at the Tarka Tennis Centre and had great fun, especially in the beat the teacher competition where they well and truly beat me (one team scoring 20 - Love)

Time travelling Class 3

Class 3 travelled back in time to the 1940s with a workshop led by Exeter's Royal Albert Memorial Museum or RAMM. The children took part in a Morse code workshop as well as learning about all aspects of the Homefront through artefacts and drama. They all looked the part in their WWII costumes so well done to everyone and we [...]

Thanks FROGS…!

Class 2's entrance and cloakroom has just got brighter thanks to FROGS funding, resulting in more space to display some of the children's excellent work.  Thank you very much! And what's also quite handy, is we've now got a spare blue board for Class 3's room, which just so happens to have a blue theme... Brilliant! In planning for FROGS' [...]

A busy day on Woolacombe Warren

Today, Class 4 have been working with the National Trust to learn about how they manage the land on Woolacombe Warren to make sure that the habitat is suitable for Wildlife. It was hard work but amazing to see how much of the hay we cleared….. and there was LOTS of fantastic teamwork. Thanks to Josh, Rob and [...]

Class 1 have had a ‘Little Red Hen’ Day!

In Class 1 today we have themed our day around 'The Little Red Hen' traditional tale.  We have read different versions of the story, with slight differences and we could talk about what those differences were. We also watched a short video of the story, which again changed slightly.We passed around trays of grain for everyone to feel and then [...]

Story Time…..

Class 2 enjoying a story with a visitor from the Schools Library Service.......very good sound effects, quite a 'rumpus and noise'!

Counting……

From: Mandy Turner <mandy@georgeham-primary.devon.sch.uk>Date: Fri, Sep 16, 2016 at 12:28 PMSubject: Counting......To: blog <1868gblog512@georgeham-primary.devon.sch.uk>What a great maths lesson!Lots of counting - making piles of 10 is quite tricky, but we got better!Maybe you could ask the children to explain the crocodile? 

Mr Thomas in Class 2…

Quick question for you. How many vertical lines on my shirt? Martha said that to GUESS, you'd have no idea at all.  For instance (another question...) How many spots are there on my blue shirt that's hanging up in my wardrobe at home? We had no idea and so we all guessed between 150 and 1,000,000. We decided [...]

Walling on Baggy

What a wonderful day to spend on Baggy - it was perfect! 'The best school trip ever!' I heard someone say!! Big thanks to Josh and Gudrun of the National Trust for the dry stone walling sessions - the children should be experts on how it's done!  They worked incredibly hard, were really enthusiastic and put in lots of effort! The second [...]