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Year 6 residential trip: the final day

Grey skies and drizzle greeted us this morning as we met for breakfast and contemplated the challenges ahead. Notthat we were dismayed by the weather – far from it! The conditions made for better waves on Widemouth Beach which was where we were all headed for a morning of body-boarding. A combination of fantastic waves more »

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Year 6 Weekend Away: Day 2

The glorious sunshine beamed down on Year 6 as they tackled another exciting set of adventures and challenges. We went climbing, kayaking, abseiling and coastal traversing. What a brilliant but exhausting day! After a very tasty barbecue, we managed a pleasant evening on the beach before turning in, slightly soggy around the edges. It’s been more »

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Y6 go to Widemouth Bay: Day 1

Well, that was a long day! After a long coach journey (2 films!) and a stop at Exeter services, we finally arrived at Outdoor Adventure on the glorious Cornish coast. After lunch and an introduction to the centre, it was time for our first activities – coastal traversing, climbing and abseiling. Then some free time more »

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We’ve got the Skipping Bug!

Another fantastic Skip 2 b Fit start to our day today, well done everyone! It was lovely to see some parents as well as siblings and our children joining in this morning, what a positive way to end our week.  Have a lovely sunny weekend and see you next Friday for some more Fitness Fun! more »

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Healthy Poster Challenge

Healthy Poster Challenge   After winning the Gold School Games Mark for sport and healthy well-being, we have been told ways in which we can earn ‘Platinum School Games Mark’ (oooh) over the next few years. In assembly today, the children were set a challenge in order to brighten up the school (and show just more »

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School Games Mark

School Games Mark  The School Games Mark is a government led awards scheme launched in 2012 to reward schools for their commitment to the development of competition across their school and into the community. Participating in this process allows schools to evaluate their PE provision and assists them in developing an action plan for future more »

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Painting for Wellbeing

Here are some photos of the Reception unit’s wellbeing activity which took place during the enrichment day last Friday. Everyone seemed to be having a great time and all of the adults involved were impressed by the children’s concentration during the painting activity. We painted some butterflies in the style of pointillism and everyone produced more »

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