School Trips

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Class 1 and 2 Pickwell Farm Trip

Classes 1 and 2 had a great morning out at Pickwell Barton. We walked over the back fields and met the farmer Andrew Cook and his son Peter, (both former pupils!) We saw the tiny barley crop with its roots and shoot coming from the seed. Walking across towards the farm we were rewarded with fantastic views towards Lundy overlooked [...]

2nd time lucky….! Class 3 WW2 Day

Class 3 were lucky to have a lovely day for our WW2 workshop today and we had a great time finding out about life for children and evacuees, drills, Morse code and code breaking as well has having the opportunity to hold and investigate different artifacts. We learnt to spot who might be a spy  (who would have suspected innocent [...]

Class 3 @ Cheddar Gorge

Class 3 had a great day visiting Cheddar man (who is 10,000 years old) today. We walked through Gough's cave which was inhabited by Cheddar man and his people over 10,000 years ago and learnt that its constant air temperature of 11 degrees made it a great place to live when winter temperatures at that time in Britain could reach [...]

Class 3 @ St George’s House!

Class 3 have just returned from an action packed overnight residential to St George's House - far, far away in the little known village of Georgeham! It's been a great couple of days, with the children really making the most of the activities and opportunities they have had. From enjoying a perfect afternoon paddling in Ilfracombe harbour on Monday night, [...]

Class 3 enjoy a morning of tennis!

Class 3 had a great morning at Braunton Academy yesterday. We joined the other schools in the BLC (Braunton Learning Community) for a morning of tennis skills run by the pupils at the Academy. (It was lovely to see former Georgeham pupils Sarah Filsel and Tom Hakin there, doing a great job of running the activities!)   The [...]

Our Whole School Bike ride…

Group 1 cycled 15 miles to Bideford, and returned, clocking up 30 miles! Group 2 went to Fremington and a splinter group headed off to Instow too.  That's either 16 or 24 miles! Group 3 cycled the Rock Park route and managed to do the whole 12 miles.  We were really proud of these guys as some had only very [...]

Last mention of Lundy, I promise!

Lundy - last time I mention it this academic year I promise (maybe not actually!) We've loads of really nice photos if you'd like to view or download them... but I've also, finally finished editing the Go-Pro footage. Sadly, we're missing the main bulk of Wednesday's walk due to a dead battery - the quarry, German 'Heinkel' bomber, Admiralty's lookout, [...]

Class 4 Visit to the Eden Project….

In pictures....learning.... The biome at night... YHA...   High up...   Written report to be puplished by class 4 pupils later in the week! A massive thanks to Miss Trute, Mrs Benfield, Sam Hood and Paddy Fox and also to our coach driver Ian who got us there and back on a [...]

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? 

Class 4 Rock Pool Ramble

Class 4 have spent the day on the beaches at Woolacombe today, making the most of the fabulous weather! We started off the morning with the National Trust rangers doing a rock-pool ramble at Combesgate Beach which has amazing pools to explore. It was great to have the rangers there to tell us all about the wildlife that [...]