Last week both Year 4 and Year 5 headed out on their residentials. Although they were two completely different experiences, there was one thing they very much had in common…MUD!
The Year 4s headed to Camp Wild at Escot Park, where the camping was more glamping, but the activities left us extremely dirty!
The Year 5s headed to Young Spirit at Hole Farm, Dittisham, where they camped in true rough woodland style. Coupled with this, the activities ensured they got even wetter and muddier as the hours went by.
Despite the new colour of their clothes (and anything else they touched), everyone had a wonderful time and was reluctant to return home, albeit in need of a shower and a good rest after all of their exploits.
On Wednesday 24th May 2017, Ellah, one of our Rosen Class pupils raised over £300 to support the poorly children at Derriford hospital.
She started the day by leading a sponsored ‘Wake and Shake’ in front of the whole school and their parents! To raise even more funds, she lead a bake sale with the cakes that had been lovingly made by her class and their wonderful friends and family.
Well done Ellah, what a fantastic achievement!
On a beautiful sunny Thursday afternoon, our Year 5/6 Rounders Team competed in a Rounders Tournament against the qualifying schools from across the South Hams at Ivybridge Community College.
They came a fantastic 6th out of the 8 teams attending. Well done to everyone involved!
Making sure they are rested for their next match.
Warming up their fielding skills.
On Friday, we celebrated Mrs Harris’ very special birthday in style. After keeping secrets for a couple of days, the children were able to surprise Mrs Harris with a birthday ‘cream tea’ party including the scones they had baked on Thursday and a wonderful cake they had worked together to decorate.
The cake was delicious!
Mrs Harris was very shocked by all of the fuss she received and enjoyed her day very much. ‘Thank you for making me feel so special today with all of your surprises and very kind gifts!’ she said.