Monthly Archives: April 2018

//April

Bye Joe, we will miss you 😯

Joe, our caretaker, is currently finishing his last day at Georgeham School and starting his well earned retirement. Over the past 9+ years Joe has been responsible for making our school the clean, tidy environment that we all love to be in. From fixing gates, changing bulbs and clearing up after a massive (messy) DT project....Joe has been the (often [...]

Newsletter 27.04.18

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Governors’ Visioning, with crisps, dips and wine!

Thanks for coming to the Governors' evening; it was a great evening's opportunity to bounce some ideas and get feedback! We talked about the work we've done in the background and tried to distil exactly what is it about our school that we really like, what we want to be and how we'd get there. We shared our work to [...]

Family Group Fun learning about Relationships!

Miss Smale's Family Group with stand-in Mrs Holbourn, had great fun learning all about the different ingredients that make a relationship. We started off by everyone, (even Class 4,) having a dance to a song all about friends, then all contributed to adding and mixing the lovely bowl of ingredients which make a great friend.[categories Whole School, Class 1, Class [...]

So….how can you make blood?

Today, class 4 have been learning about the composition and features of blood. So we made 'blood' with strawberries (red blood cells), mini marshmallows (white blood cells), sprinkles (platelets) and pineapple juice (plasma) we then blended it and drank it. Great fun....and don't be worried if your child came home saying that drank 'blood' yesterday 😉  

A lovely morning with class one and stepping stones!

On Friday morning, Stepping Stones came in to visit class one. The class one children performed a song to Stepping Stones, and then we all made our own shaker instrument! We came back together at the end to play the song together and use our shakers! It was great fun! :)

Where’s the beach?

Another brilliant and fun afternoon on the beach... and somewhere along the high tide line Amias, Owen and Fred found Mr Thomas over towards Woolacombe, a couple of miles away, and blazed the trail back to Tony's cafe. Some lovely photos on the blog so make sure you click through to the gallery. It was lovely spending time on the [...]

Newsletter w/e 20.04.18

-- Jo Benfield School Administrator

Stepping Stones ‘Under the Sea’…

We have had a fantastic week back at Stepping Stones after the Easter break. With our new topic ‘Under the Sea’ we have have loads to talk about and explore. At the beginning of the week we made play doh from scratch and the children absolutely loved this. We were very impressed at how they all sat and listened to [...]

YOUTH Rock Choir…

This morning was the second part of the Teachers Rock YOUTH Choir Project; the day we finally put everything together and recorded our CD. 150 children came together from many locations around the South West and sang five songs in total... Reef's Place Your Hands, Coldplay's Fix You, World in Union and a couple of Gospel numbers. Class 4's Sam, [...]