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Primary School

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  • Remembrance Day

    Published 11/11/19

    Today we remembered and thanked our fallen soldiers through a two-minute silence following The Last Post.  Mrs Hill led an assembly prior to this to teach the children about the 11th hour on the 11th day of the 11th month and we watched a very thought-provoking film, appropriate to the children's age, about what it is that we are remembering and thanking our heroes for.  The children carried out their silent reflections superbly and very respectfully.  Thank you to Mr King for playing The Last Post to begin our silence.

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  • DT Week

    Published 18/10/19

    What a week!  We've been planning, designing, creating, evaluating and celebrating throughout the school working on a range of projects.  The week culminated in our DT Sharing, where we exhibited all of our work for the school to see.

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  • Harvest 2019

    Published 10/10/19

    Food glorious food!

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  • Open Days for YR 2020 entry

    Published 26/09/19

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  • Year 6 Pop Up Market

    Published 12/07/19

    To end Year 6's Young Enterprise Project, we held a Pop Up Market to sell, celebrate and provide services for the rest of the school.  At the market, there was all sorts, from chocolate fountains, to Lego figures, home-made t-shirts and homemade cakes.  The market has shown a great community spirit, while teaching children about budgeting, planning, organisation, handling money, teamwork, patience and resilience.  Thank you to parents for supporting the project and to the PTA for loaning each child in Year 6 £2 to kick-start their project.

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  • Open Classrooms 2019

    Published 05/07/19

    On Tuesday 2nd July, family and friends were invited into school to look at and celebrate our children's work from this academic year.  Children not only shared their work with their parents, but also showed them their current classroom and their new classroom for September.

    Here are some examples of the work that we shared:

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  • Summer Concert 2019

    Published 05/07/19

    On Tuesday 2nd July, parents, friends, family and staff were treated to an evening of musicianship thanks to pupils from YR to Y6.  We were treated to music by violinists, guitarists, ukulele players, woodwind players, singers and pianists.  Some children performed in groups while others opted for solos or duets.  It was a wonderful example of confidence and pride by our pupils, who never fail to amaze us.  Well done to everyone involved.

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  • POW track events

    Published 21/06/19

    We were so proud of all of the children who participated in the Athletics Competition at The Prince of Wales stadium on Wednesday evening. Surprisingly, it didn’t rain and ever more amazing the sun actually shone! Our children demon-strated enthusiasm, effort and true sportsmanship during the entire event. Congratulations to all involved!

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  • PGL - Day 5

    Published 14/06/19

    The rain has stopped in Torquay for Year 6's final morning at PGL.

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  • PGL - Day 4

    Published 13/06/19

    Well it's raining again this morning but last night we managed to have some fun in the sun when we played "Robot Wars".  Despite the weather, we're determined to make the most of it by doing zip wire, fencing, quad biking and aeroball today.  Who could forget the disco tonight!

    Waiting for lunch isn't this much fun in school!

     

    More from today...

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  • PGL - Day 3

    Published 12/06/19

    After a long day yesterday and a lie-in this morning, activities are underway.

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  • PGL - Day 2

    Published 11/06/19

    Good morning from Torquay!  Everyone slept well and, although we woke up to yet more rain, we're enjoying bacon, spaghetti and mushrooms for breakfast.  We're feeling excited for orienteering, trapeze, buggy building and abseiling.

     

    Despite the rain, all activities will continue as planned.  The children won't have chance to notice the rain!  There are however shelters for the children to use while waiting for their turn on things like abseiling and climbing.

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