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Events and achievements

Easter Storytelling

Blog - Meldon Meldon Class Spiritual, Moral, Social and Cultural Education

Pupils from Meldon class were invited to a storytelling session in the Guest Hall at Buckfast Abbey.  Afterwards, everyone was given a toy donkey to remind them about the Easter story that they had heard.

Pupils from Meldon class were invited to a storytelling session in the Guest Hall at Buckfast Abbey.  Afterwards, everyone was given a toy donkey to remind them about the Easter story that they had heard.

Easter Egg Hunt

Community events

To celebrate the last day of the Spring Term, all of the pupils at St Mary’s took part in an Easter Egg hunt around the school grounds.

To celebrate the last day of the Spring Term, all of the pupils at St Mary’s took part in an Easter Egg hunt around the school grounds.

Easter Bonnet Parade

Community events

Congratulations to everyone who took part in the Easter Bonnet Parade this year. Alison Gagg, from the Education Department at Buckfast Abbey agreed to judge the winners – congratulations to Winnie, Stephen, Natalie and Evan  who each received a prize.

Congratulations to everyone who took part in the Easter Bonnet Parade this year. Alison Gagg, from the Education Department at Buckfast Abbey agreed to judge the winners – congratulations to Winnie, Stephen, Natalie and Evan  who each received a prize.

French

Blog - Burrator Burrator Class

Burrator class brought French lessons to life with their work on food. Pupils made their own ‘crepes’ and practiced their French skills by placing orders for their food.

Burrator class brought French lessons to life with their work on food. Pupils made their own ‘crepes’ and practiced their French skills by placing orders for their food.

Roman Day

Blog - Fernworthy Curriculum enrichment Fernworthy Class

As an end of topic celebration, Fernworthy Class enjoyed a special Roman Day. The children were invited to dress up for the event, which many of the pupils chose to do. The children enjoyed participating in a number of different activities including baking honey cakes, making masks, bracelets and even designing and making their own head dresses. There was also time to learn some Roman songs and to share in their own Roman banquet!

 

As an end of topic celebration, Fernworthy Class enjoyed a special Roman Day. The children were invited to dress up for the event, which many of the pupils chose to do. The children enjoyed participating in a number of different activities including baking honey cakes, making masks, bracelets and even designing and making their own head dresses. There was also time to learn some Roman songs and to share in their own Roman banquet!

 

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