Goats come into school!

We had some very exciting visitors. Emily and Elliot’s mummy brought in some baby goats for us to see. They were very wriggly and really soft. Thank you Helen!

By | March 29th, 2019|Uncategorised|Comments Off on Goats come into school!

Mosaic Project

Our fabulous mosaic project is well underway and we invite you to be part of its creation. If you would like to come and lay some tiles, please let us know. You can pop in on a Monday, Tuesday or Friday, this week and next week. Please avoid lunchtime!

By | January 24th, 2019|Uncategorised|Comments Off on Mosaic Project

Whole school trip to Ashprington Church

The whole school enjoyed a trip to Ashprington Church. Owls and Falcons talked about how Christians celebrate Christmas, sang Christmas songs and coloured in images of Christingles which were used to decorate the Christmas tree. Our trip on the coach was so exciting, we had so much fun.  Eagles and Kestrels learnt about how to play [...]

By | December 12th, 2018|Uncategorised|Comments Off on Whole school trip to Ashprington Church

Falcons get measuring!

Falcons have been studying habitats, so as an investigation they made nests out of hay, used a plastic bottle as a mouse and put a thermometer inside it. They left the nests outside all night then went up to measure and compare the temperatures in the morning. They all noticed that the mice in their [...]

By | December 4th, 2018|Uncategorised|Comments Off on Falcons get measuring!

Cross Country

Some children from Harbertonford Primary School attended the School Sports Partnership Cross-Country Running event up on Haldon Hill on Tuesday. The sun shone and, yet again, the partnership put on an outstanding event which the children loved and did very well in. A parent that attended said "The children from Harbertonford put in 100% effort [...]

By | October 10th, 2018|Uncategorised|Comments Off on Cross Country

Kestrels enjoy a trip to Dartmoor.

Kestrels had a fantastic day at Haytor and the weather was definitely on our side! We had a brilliant tour from one of the Dartmoor Rangers who showed us some Bronze Age settlements, different rock types found on Dartmoor and discussed the transportation links from Dartmoor to towns such as Teignmouth back during the Stone [...]

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