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Events and achievements

Easter Events

Community events

Congratulations to everyone who took part in the Easter Bonnet Parade this year.  Alison and Anna from the Education Department agreed to judge the winners – congratulations to all the winners who each received a prize.

All of St Mary’s also took part in an Easter egg hunt.  The activity was organised for all pupils from Meldon class up to Burrator class and it was a huge success.  The children had to find eggs with letters on them.  When they were finished the children were given a chocolate Easter Egg for all of their hard work.

 

Congratulations to everyone who took part in the Easter Bonnet Parade this year.  Alison and Anna from the Education Department agreed to judge the winners – congratulations to all the winners who each received a prize.

All of St Mary’s also took part in an Easter egg hunt.  The activity was organised for all pupils from Meldon class up to Burrator class and it was a huge success.  The children had to find eggs with letters on them.  When they were finished the children were given a chocolate Easter Egg for all of their hard work.

 

Outdoor Artwork

Outdoor Education

Pupils in Venford have been using the outdoor woodland area to collect various natural materials to create some collective artwork based around that of Andy Goldsworthy.

Pupils in Venford have been using the outdoor woodland area to collect various natural materials to create some collective artwork based around that of Andy Goldsworthy.

Gymnastics

Sports

Pupils across all classes have worked on their gymnastic skills with a coach from Ivybridge Community College.

Pupils across all classes have worked on their gymnastic skills with a coach from Ivybridge Community College.

World Book Day and Theatre Alibi

Curriculum enrichment

Due to the snow day, our World Book day had to be postponed this year, so decided to combine it with our Theatre Alibi performance of the the play, ‘The Boy Who Climbed Into the Moon.’   This was a play about a boy called Paul, his family and a lady called Mabel.  The play told the story of Paul’s theory that the moon was a hole and of the adventurers that had travelled there over the years.  Pupils also took part in literacy based activities during the day and had a very successful book swap after school.

Due to the snow day, our World Book day had to be postponed this year, so decided to combine it with our Theatre Alibi performance of the the play, ‘The Boy Who Climbed Into the Moon.’   This was a play about a boy called Paul, his family and a lady called Mabel.  The play told the story of Paul’s theory that the moon was a hole and of the adventurers that had travelled there over the years.  Pupils also took part in literacy based activities during the day and had a very successful book swap after school.

Fitness Circuit Fundraiser

Community events School Council Sports

The School Council decided that they wished to raise money for Cancer Research as one of their charities this year.  One of the fund raising events was to take part in a fitness circuit which was organised by our sports coach, Jordan.   This involved lots of activities including a bean bag and hoop throw.

We hosted another charity fitness event, organised by Sports for Champions.  Rob Mitchell, a high jumper visited the school and ran an afternoon of sports activities. He even demonstrated some of his own sporting skills!

The School Council decided that they wished to raise money for Cancer Research as one of their charities this year.  One of the fund raising events was to take part in a fitness circuit which was organised by our sports coach, Jordan.   This involved lots of activities including a bean bag and hoop throw.

We hosted another charity fitness event, organised by Sports for Champions.  Rob Mitchell, a high jumper visited the school and ran an afternoon of sports activities. He even demonstrated some of his own sporting skills!

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