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Sports Week 2016

Sports Week 2016

Wow! What a sporty week we’ve had! This week, our school has been involved in many, many different sporting activities. And, thanks to the fantastic weather we have had, have had a fantastically healthy time! To see some of the … Continue reading

Mrs Nosworthy

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Dear Parents or Carers, We are devastated to announce the tragic news that Mrs Kirsten Nosworthy our Year 4 teacher passed away following a stroke at Derriford hospital yesterday 18th May at 6.37pm. Our thoughts at this time are with … Continue reading

Year 6 SATs Breakfast(s)

SATs Breakfast

This week, the children in Year 6 completed their SATs. They all worked extremely hard and did their very, very best and we are extremely proud of all of them. To help them along and prepare for each day, the … Continue reading

Year 4 Residential 2016 – 4E


They’ve had a fantastic time and will shortly be on the road. Have a look at their adventures…

Year 4 Residential 2016 – 4M


They’ve hit the zip wire – looks like fun! ‘Like’ our school Facebook page and receive notifications on when new images have been uploaded to the school website. Click on the image to link through to the slideshow/album of … Continue reading

Year 4 Residential 2016 – 4N


They’ve built fires, whittled tools from sticks, cooked their own tea, dangled from a rope and much, much more! Which no doubt you’ll get to hear soon – as they are on their way home… Click on the image to … Continue reading

Kinterbury Bridge Animation

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10 year 4 children were selected to work with myself and a local media and education company called Fotonow to produce a short stop-frame animated film about Kinterbury Bridge. The children spent a day at Tamar view community centre creating … Continue reading

Year 4 Update


Morwellham Quay  On Monday, Year 4 had a lovely day at Morwellham Quay. We learnt about what it was like for children and adults during the Victorian times by taking parts in lots of activities. These included: going down the … Continue reading