Our topic this half term has been about heroes. Doctor Kate came to visit us and talked about how she helps people. Doctor Kate showed us her stethoscope and how to listen to other people’s hearts. She also measured our lung capacity. Big breath!
Following their rugby sessions led by coaches from Exeter Chiefs, pupils from Fernworthy Class took part in a tournament at Teignmouth Rugby Club along with several other local primary schools.
Pupils in Fernworthy class had the opportunity to work with coaches from Exeter Chiefs for several weeks to learn and improve their skills in Tag Rugby.
Burrator Class pupils were invited to this annual event, along with lots of pupils from other local primary schools. The day is based around a pledge made by each of the children that encourages them to give away some of the Christmas gifts that they make in workshops during the day. Pupils attended a number of different craft… Read more »
Pupils took part in an Egyptian workshop run by the Royal Albert Memorial Museum, Exeter. Pupils from Fernworthy Class became archaeologists for the day and learnt to piece together evidence about life and death in Ancient Egypt through artefact handling, studying images and dramatic role play. The day was led by a 1940s Archaeologist. At the end of… Read more »
Pupils in Burrator launched their ‘Extreme Weather’ topic with some extreme conditions of their own – by creating shelter and warmth in our school woodland area. The children had to think carefully about how to keep themselves safe and warm in challenging weather conditions.