Safer Internet Day

On Tuesday 6th February, it was Safer Internet Day. This year, the theme was Create, Connect and Share Respect: A better internet starts with you. Each class held activities to help the children consider how to be respectful when commenting online and on how to keep safe. In our Key…

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Slapton Ley Residential

Year 3 went on their residential between Wednesday 7th February to Friday 9th February.  Miss Sowden’s class stayed at Slapton Ley and Miss Yelland’s class stayed at Start Bay.  We visited the beach, went on a night walk, became pirates and learned how we might survive in the wild without…

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The Land of Magical Surprises

key stage 1 children were visited in their assembly by local man, Martin Heath, who, along with his daughter, Leah, a year 8 pupil at Exeter Road, have written and published a book: The Land of Magical Surprises. Martin read an extract to the children who where then able to get…

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Design a Mosaic

Amy McCarthy and Sam Lock are local community artists who visited our school today to work with the winners from our Friendship Week competition. They helped the children turn their winning designs into real life mosaics. The children took part in the Friendship Week competition back in  November 2017 where…

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Outdoor Learning at Mill Lane

Outdoor Learning at Teignmouth Community School Mill Lane What do we get up to –  Gardening Fire lighting/camp fire cooking Tool work/woodwork Forest School activities Shelter building Obstacle courses/slack lines Plant/creature identification Games Anything else we or the children can think of!   Why do we do it?  Our learning…

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Year 4 Gymnastics Festival

Year 4 went to a gymnastics festival at Exeter Road. We explored different balances, weight on hands, travelling and jumping techniques. We also all got a go on the big trampolines that bounced us really high.Miss Goodwin even had a go at some of our balances.

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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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