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Events and achievements

Crocus Blessing

Community events School Council Spiritual, Moral, Social and Cultural Education

Pupils from St Mary’s School Council planted crocus bulbs in the autumn, kindly donated by the local Rotary Club, as a way of raising awareness of the countries around the world where polio still exists.¬† As the bulbs started to come into flower, representatives from the local Rotary Club and the School Councillors¬† attended a blessing service at the Abbey, conducted by Father Francis Straw, the parish priest.

Pupils from St Mary’s School Council planted crocus bulbs in the autumn, kindly donated by the local Rotary Club, as a way of raising awareness of the countries around the world where polio still exists.¬† As the bulbs started to come into flower, representatives from the local Rotary Club and the School Councillors¬† attended a blessing service at the Abbey, conducted by Father Francis Straw, the parish priest.

RE:Connect

Blog - Burrator Spiritual, Moral, Social and Cultural Education

Pupils from Burrator Class were invited by the Abbey Education Department to take part in a range of activities related to religion and ethics.  All of the activities were designed to give time for people to think carefully about themselves and the world around them.

Pupils from Burrator Class were invited by the Abbey Education Department to take part in a range of activities related to religion and ethics.  All of the activities were designed to give time for people to think carefully about themselves and the world around them.

Philosophy and Ethics Day

Community events Curriculum enrichment

Some of our Year 4 pupils attended a Philosophy and Ethics Day at South Dartmoor Community College, along with pupils from lots of other feeder primary schools.

Some of our Year 4 pupils attended a Philosophy and Ethics Day at South Dartmoor Community College, along with pupils from lots of other feeder primary schools.

School Lunch Tasting

Community events School Council

Members of St Mary’s School Council were asked to give feedback on some new dishes that are being introduced on the school lunch menus.¬† The children and staff from St Cuthbert’s (where the school lunches are prepared) took the whole thing very seriously.¬† The meat balls proved to be a particularly popular choice!

Members of St Mary’s School Council were asked to give feedback on some new dishes that are being introduced on the school lunch menus.¬† The children and staff from St Cuthbert’s (where the school lunches are prepared) took the whole thing very seriously.¬† The meat balls proved to be a particularly popular choice!

Dartmoor Zoo

Blog - Meldon Curriculum enrichment

To launch their animal topic, Meldon Class went to visit Dartmoor Zoo.

To launch their animal topic, Meldon Class went to visit Dartmoor Zoo.

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