Dahlicious!

    In September, we held our annual Dahlicious Dress Up Day where we come to school dressed as our favourite Roald Dahl character and enjoy activities based on his fantastic books. In doing this, we help raise money for Roald Dahl’s Marvellous-Children’s Charity.    

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Arts Week with Becky Bettesworth

Becky Bettesworth recently visited our school for arts week. The children has created some art work in her style and she viewed their work and spoke with them about her passion for art and answered any questions that they had. There was an opportunity to view her art work after…

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Mill Lane Host NQT Workshop

On 1st November we hosted a NQT (Newly Qualified Teacher) workshop through our local Teaching School Alliance. They observed some of our Numeracy lessons and these were some of the positive comments that were made about what they saw:- Y2 books were really well presented Y6 showed targeted questions and…

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TCS raise over £400 for Rowcroft

Staff members from Teignmouth Community School recently took part in the ‘Ride for Rowcroft’ event that took place at Newton Abbot Racecourse on the 8th of October.  Staff from both Mill Lane and Exeter Road campuses took part in the 24km cycle challenge that also included Principal Jason Beardmore. Event…

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The Sea Cycle musical project!

The Sea Cycle is an exciting musical project involving five schools; Our Lady St Patrick, Hazeldown, Shaldon, TCS Mill Lane and TCS Exeter Rd.  We are presenting three sea-faring stories from Teignmouth museum in a unique evening of drama, singing and instrumental music.  Come and join in with a carnival…

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NSPCC – Lucy and the Boy: Be Share Aware.

Students have been using this video as part of their ongoing online safety curriculum. 1 in 5 of 8-11 years olds who go online have a social network profile 1 in 20 of 5-7 year olds who go online have a social network profile Help to keep your child safe online.

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Mill Lane boys visit Grecians training

A group of seven football enthusiasts from Mill Lane were fortunate enough to receive an invitation from Exeter City Football Club to watch the first team train at their Cliff Hill Training Ground at Clyst St Mary. The boys from Years 4 and 6 set off in the morning of…

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