The start to term 2 has been very busy. We celebrated Children in Need on Friday with the children dressing up in yellow. In total QC raised £339.
To celebrate the 100th anniversary of WW1 the children have been busy making commemorative poppies for a wholes school display.
This week the life Education Bus is visiting the School, every class will spend time in the bus learning about ‘It’s great to be me, friends, my wonderful body and meet the brain.
On Wednesday 17th the children arrived at school to find some mysterious and unusual goings on! ‘Someone’ had been in to the classrooms overnight and had caused chaos by muddling up classrooms, removed items and left secret messages for the class. Luckily the person had left plenty of clues to their identity. The children across the school then immersed themselves in become science super sleuths for the day, piecing the clues together to find the prime suspect. The culminated in a whole school assembly where each class presented their investigations and evidence. As the scene of the crime board filled up with evidence, one person clearly stood out as the culprit- Mrs Matthews! The children loved the day and are still talking about it now!
Last week our year 6 children spent the week in Simonsbath on Exmoor. The children had a fun packed week full of outdoor adventures including, zip wiring, walking to Lynmouth, archery and grass sledging. The experience was fantastic, allowing children to develop new friendships, learn new skills and grow in confidence and independence. The week was enjoyed by everyone!Back to News