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Burrator Class

Greatest Showman Day

Following a term where the film, ‘The Greatest Showman’ has played a key part in Burrator’s curriculum, it seemed fitting that the children spent the majority of their Enterprise Project earnings on a Greatest Showman themed day complete with circus tent and magician!

Leavers' Mass

In line with tradition, Year 6 leavers led the end of year Mass for the whole school community.  Afterwards, there was a special cake for the pupils to enjoy.

Armada Ahoy!

Burrator pupils performed the play, ‘Armada Ahoy’, for parents/carers and the whole school community at the Leavers’ Assembly.  The children had  been introduced to the script during a Play in a Day Workshop, and then practised their parts for the next few days before presenting it to a packed audience.

Archaeological Dig

Dartmoor National Park Authority, through their Heritage Lottery Fund Project, “Moor than Meets the Eye” funded a community archaeological excavation at Widecombe-in-the-Moor.  Some pupils from Year 5 visited a medieval manor house, Glebe  Farm. As part of their outreach programme, pupils were asked to take part in three different activities; archaeological excavation, processing and learning about archaeological finds and a farm tour.

 

Burrator's 'resilience' activities week

Burrator Class have taken part in a range of activities with the theme of ‘resilience’.  All the activities required courage and commitment, ranging from sports, art and outdoor education.  Take a look at some of these activities in the presentation below:

Burrator’s Resilience Activities Week

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