Monthly Archives: July 2019


The class of 2019

Wow, what a year it's been. Thank you to everyone who has been a part of our year at Georgeham, it's been awesome. So, so many fantastic moments. For our year 6 children, it was the end of their time as a Georgeham School pupil and we wish them every success. We also wish lots of luck to our other [...]

Whole School Bike ride… (The 10th?)

Another year... Another hot day! Off the top of my head, we have the Bideford 30 mile route, the Instow 24 for an ice cream, the Fremington 18 for a cream tea, the Rock Park 12 for a play and school's bike themed day too! We haven't calculated properly, but we think we've been doing this for 10 years now. [...]


Year 6s always end their year with a waterfight in their last week. Apparently, today's was, "AWESOME!"


The whole school had a brilliant time in the Sciencedipity workshops. We created chemical reactions in lots of different ways and ended by making slime to take home. Thanks Ruth 🔬⚛️

Potatoes and Forest School!

We had a fantastic day yesterday! In the morning we harvested our potatoes, we then took them down to Keri who roasted them for us. They were so yummy, it was lovely to be able to eat the potatoes that we had grown ourselves! Next, we went up to the Nature Area for some forest school activities. We started off [...]

What’s on w/e 19.07.19

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Spare clothes for class 1 tomorrow

Reminder! Please could all class 1 children arrive with a bag of spare clothes tomorrow (wellies/trainees too). Thank you!

Blue Peter… Comes to Georgeham!

(Photo gallery at the bottom.) I still can't quite believe that Blue Peter came to the school yesterday! It all started a few years ago when the school became a 'Beach Rep' for the Surfers Against Sewage - the first and only School Rep with our School Council / Eco Council being the representatives. The charity soon developed a program [...]

Taiko Drumming 🥁🥁

Class 3 and 4 spent the morning outside playing the Taiko drums. We had a brilliant workshop led by Gillian Ashcroft. Adults and children worked hard to remember the rhythm and movement, we even counted to 8 in Japanese. We ended the session with the traditional Taiko 'thank you' by saying 'otsukaresama deshita' which means "Thank you, you must be [...]

Sports Day…