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An amazing 93 shoe boxes are on their way to Ukraine this Christmas - all thanks to you!
Poppy, Ayda, Imogen, Evie (Sandpipers) and Eliza (Avocets) represented Exmouth this weekend when they took part in some netball league matches and friendlies this for their team Exmouth (Pearls). The girls played incredibly well against some tough teams. They managed to win both league matches (4-1 and 2-0), drew a friendly (1-1)and lost a friendly (0-3). They arelooking forward to the next set of gamesin 2 weeks!
On Sunday, along with 42,000 other runners, Mrs Jones ran the London Marathon in a time of 3 hours 58 minutes. Congratulations and well done to Clare Babbage (Mum of Tom Year 4) who ran London Marathon on Sunday. Clare has run multiple marathons and ultra events in aid of The Lullaby Trust.
Race for Life Week. Thank you to everyone who donated online. The children enjoyed their week of running and were proud of their medals.
Thank you everybody - you raised £670 for our Race for Live fundraiser!!
Surf's up! The Year 6 Residential is under way. More photos on the Year 6 page.
Race for Life raised £670!!!
The classes popped out every day to run a few more laps!
Everyone took part with great enthusiasm - well done runners!
Two groups of Year 5 children have begun their RYA Level 1 sailing course.
Lapwing Class spent some time doing drawings to celebrate the Queen’s life and reign.
Walter (Barn Owls) achieved his 10m Swimming badge.
Ruby (Otters) achieved her 10m Swimming badge.
Children were asked to create a dragon for one of our Dragon Houses: Fire, Sun, Sea or Forest. Their designs will be used on certificates and House point cards.
Oscar and Albert in Year 4 completed a 5km in the New Forest.
Stanley from Year 1 completed a 1 mile race!
Lewis is Exmouth RFC Rugby values player of the week.
Harriet, Bumblebee Class, with her Player of the Week award from Exmouth RFC U5's
James from Sandpipers got Player of the Day at football at the weekend. He also moved up to stage 8 swimming this week.
Our new outdoor gym!
Year 2 have been learning how to cooperate with each other in our RSE lessons. We really developed the skills of listening and working together in Forest School and we made delicious s’mores.
At Nature School this week, we made a number line out of natural materials like twigs, pine cones and stones.
This week the Foundation children have been learning about Chinese New Year. We used masks to act out the story of the Chinese Zodiac, made and danced with dragon puppets and tried to pick up noodles using chopsticks!
Thomas Darville bought in some artefacts from WW2 today. They belonged to his great grandfather (Peter Bird) who was a pilot during the war.
Addition and Subtraction games and practising number bonds to 20!
Hedgehog class are getting so confident and resourceful at their number games.
Making string puppets!
Hedgehog Class at Nature School
Avocet Class were raring to start their Santa Dash!
Jacob, in his fab Christmas jumper, has been making 3D shapes - Snowman Family.
Oakley drawing and writing about fossils for home learning.
Hedgehog Class had a special 'edu waste' lesson in the Ark.
Max from Dolphin Class made a great Christmas Tree from lLego!
Becky Mason from South Dartmoor joined us for a dance workshop for Years 1 & 4. They created a brilliant piece inspired by the Christmas story.
Avocets were also lucky enough to have a quick 'French Skipping' master class from Becky.
Avocets dance workshop.
Barney and Enid worked as a team to make a beautiful gingerbread house. We are very impressed!
Big smiles for the Santa Dash run!
Children took part in the National Santa Dash in their bubbles on Friday 11th December.
Evan is using the home learning sheets to make decorations.
Great home learning work Florence!
Elle has been crafting.
Nice work Freddie!
Mason and Hector have been baking!
Toby working on his home learning sheets.
Rose from Bumble Bee Class
Tommy - played 4 in a row with mummy and won!
Ellie - did a 'draw with rob' sessions and drew some unicorns!
Super concentration Florence!
Elle was proud to share her work with us.
Home Learning: Harper shared a festive photo from home.
Look at this fantastic bird feeder! Rabbit Class were making these at nature school to help the birds to stay healthy in the cold weather.
Bumble Bee Class enjoyed making Christmas decorations.
Sally came to talk to Barn Owl Class about what we do with our rubbish. She talked about ‘Reduce, Reuse & Recycle’. They sorted rubbish into whether it was made from plastic, metal, paper, glass or cardboard.
Painting the Viking figure-heads they modelled last week.
Great concentration for the next stage of making Viking figure heads.
Some of our children who have received the 'Active Travel' Bronze Badge.
Here is the certificate for our school's Just One Tree collection. Our school's 'forest' of 109 trees will remove approximately 33.6 tonnes of carbon dioxide from the atmosphere over the next 25 years.
Year 5 used our brilliant nature school environment for their science lesson.
Y5 learned that when we eat our marshmallows we turn the sugar into carbon dioxide and breathe it out. We discovered that yeast does the same thing!
Year 5 have been learning about irreversible changes at our Forest School. An irreversible change is when a new material is made.
Year 3 Volcano Building
Year 3 are learning about Volcanoes.
We love this piece of collaborative artwork from Year 3.
Bird feeders made by Hedgehog Class at nature school.
Hedgehog Class talked about how birds and other animals might be finding it hard to get enough food in the cold winter months, so we made our own bird feeders at nature school!
Based on their findings, the children had to decide whether it was a Viking, Roman or Tudor poo. It turned out to belong to Eric the Viking!
Y5 have become archaeologists and have discovered what people ate in the past. The children had to excavate a ‘human poo’* that an archaeologist had found in a cesspit. *(don't worry it wasn't real!)
Year 5 Viking Topic - making scary clay figureheads.
Year 5 created some very scary Viking designs!
Year 5 have been making Viking figureheads out of clay.
Children from Bumble Bee Class with their Diva Lamps for Diwali.
Hedgehog Class Children in Need 2020 activities.
Hedgehog Class joined in with the Jo Wicks workout.
Children in Need 2020 Activities.
Children used a leaf to represent sharing, sticks to represent helpfulness - and they even used school values!
Hedgehog Class made friendship potions using natural objects to represent a good friend characteristic.
Hedgehog class went to nature school and found clues from the Naughty bus (their literacy book)
Learning what different products are made of.
November 2020 - 'R-R-R'
Y5 Recycling Workshop
Y5 Recycling Workshop
Year 5 Remembrance Display
Poppy Display 2020
Year 6 Nature School
Year 6 - Teamwork
Mud Kitchen Session
Y3 Pirate Day October 2020
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