Owls had chick visitors this morning, they were only one week old! We all had chance to hold a chick each and looked closely at their eyes and different feathers, they have started to grow adult feathers. We talked about what they eat, how to keep them warm and how to look after them. Thank [...]
Pupils from Falcons, Kestrels and Eagles classes recently took part in a Gamelan workshop at Dartington. The session was kindly led by Saj Collyer. The children experienced playing a variety of traditional Gamelan instruments from Bali and performed pieces as a whole class. Thank you Saj for organising and leading such a unique opportunity for the [...]
Some of the children from years 3 and 4 took part in swimming gala this morning at Ashburton Pool, organised by Tim Flint of Dynamic Sports Consultancy. The children all had a fantastic time and showed great team spirit, encouraging all of their team mates throughout the morning. We came 4th overall out of 5 [...]
Mrs Carrino received some very exciting post today! It was a reply from Harry and Meghan after she wrote a letter telling them how we celebrated their wedding. We were all very excited by this.
The children in Kestrels and Eagles had a multicultural sports day which was run by Tim Flint of Dyanmic Sports Consultancy. The children got to try a variety of different games which originated in different parts of the world such as kabaddi from India, kin ball from Canada and peteca from Brazil. They all had [...]
Eagles recently took a step back in time to the Victorian era when they visited Morwellham Quay. It was a great experience of the life of Victorian children. Our hands-on workshops included rope-making, stone-breaking and a handwriting lesson in a Victorian school. We also boarded the mine train and travelled underground into a disused copper [...]
The most up to date guidance from the NHS about measles is available to read here
Eagles class have arrived home from their residential trip. They stayed at East Soar Farm near Salcombe and camped in Tipees. It was a brilliant time! Our activities included a nature walk, crabbing, beach games, rounders, feeding farm animals, den-building, tying knots, roasting marshmallows on campfire, pond dipping, hill rolling and a boat trip. The [...]
Please click here to read the spring edition of the trust safeguarding newsletter. Safeguarding Newsletter 2
There is some really useful advice for parents and carers on gov.uk about cyberbullying. It provides advice and information on how families can protect their child from cyberbullying and how to tackle it if it happens. Search gov.uk/cyberbullying or click here.