Year 1 and 2 were put through their tennis paces today at Tarka Tennis Centre in Barnstaple. The children were all brilliant and listened so well to the coaches. Braunton Academy lent a helping hand with some of their children to support us. Wimbledon here we come!
Class 1 and 2 had an exciting morning learning about the properties of materials and how they can be recycled. Hopefully they have brought home a useful fridge magnet reminder for the whole family! In the afternoon they turned into mini beasts and learnt all about composting. We learnt the different types of food we can (and cannot) put into [...]
A big thank you, from all of class 1 and 2, for sharing your holiday stories and photos! One of our Class 3 girls recently went on holiday to Sydney, Australia. To fit in with our topic, she offered to come and share her holiday with us! She spoke with confidence and taught us lots about Australia. We especially liked [...]
The Guild of Food Writers… Young Food Writer of The Year 2019 The Write It competition is back, with your chance to be crowned Young Food Writer of the Year 2019. Just write a story on the theme of ‘Food for Sharing’ for your chance to win lots of fabulous prizes and an invite to the Winners’ Lunch to meet [...]
This afternoon, Class 1 were invited to join Class 2 for a peer reading session! Class 2 had made storybooks for their own version of 'The Three Little Pigs'. They changed the animals within their stories to fit in with their Australian topic! We heard stories such as; The Three Little Koalas, and The Three Little Joey's. Year 2s read [...]
Times Tables Rock Stars has been a big hit over the past year and since it's doing so well, we've decided to buy the app for our families too! Use iTunes or Google Play and search for TTRS TTRS logins for all of our children (Year 2 upwards) are stuck inside reading or homework books (year 2 have been issued today) [...]
We thought it was slightly ambitious but were pleasantly surprised with the cutting and sticking skills in Class 2 this morning. We cut our rectangles in half from corner to corner which gave us lots of right angled triangles. We then stuck the short edge of these to the circle, making sure we rotated rather than flip, to make sure [...]
It's been so busy at school lately that it's been extremely hard to keep the school blog up to date, so here's a summary of the amazing things that have taken place over the past fortnight, with some galleries of photos spread through the post. Father Christmas and his Elves came to play football with us! National Trust [...]