Monthly Archives: July 2014


Essex Dance…

Kingsacre, Southmead and Georgeham, nearly 200 children, attended the Essex Dance group's show.  They did many dances at the start (a lot of jazz-like numbers) and Barry showed us a very moving dance that he choreographed himself. We then split into groups of 8 or so and were helped by the dancers to learn the chorus.  Barry lead [...]

Star of The Week…

Well done Beau Dooley! “He has worked so hard at his maths and now loves grid method! He was very kind and supportive to Molly S. in maths this week and he always tries his best in lessons.” “He is really kind, he is remarkable at art and a kind friend.” “He is awesome at maths and thought of some great [...]

Science week moves to PETROC

This morning class 4 headed off to PETROC for the last part of our science week to see the importance of science in somewhat unexpected  places. Who would have thought that making the perfect ice cream was such a precise science? :-) There were four workshops this morning; motor mechanics, animal care, engineering and catering. The children were able to [...]

Second day of science week…

Class 4 enjoyed a second day at Braunton School for our science week today. Everyone took part in three more workshops, including blood testing, finding out about SSC Bloodhound, and counting all the daisies inside the athletics track. (No we didn't make them count them all - instead we found out how to use random sampling to produce an accurate [...]