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Healthy Snacks at Break Time

Congratulations to all the children who have continued to bring in healthy snacks this term. Children are welcome to bring any of the following to school to eat at playtime:

A piece of fruit/vegetable, dried fruit, a sandwich, a piece of cheese (not cheese dips), crackers/oatcakes, breadsticks or rice cake type biscuits.


Healthy Week

On Monday we learnt Zumba with Pip and that was lots of fun. On Tuesday we did the all day skip in aid of the British Heart Foundation it was it was lots of hard work! At the end of the day we had 15 minutes altogether, and lots of tired children! On Wednesday Kevin Carr came in and he told us all about running round the world and that was really interesting to listen to. On Thursday we did fun swimming races and that was our last session. On Friday we did Pilates with Faye and showed Zumba to the parents as a school.

Wembury Beach

On Wednesday 17th June, the whole school travelled to Wembury Beach for an amazing trip. When we arrived we got split into two groups and took part in multiple activities. The first group participated in an exhilarating quiz about the church, whilst the other group ventured through the rockpools, hunting for sea creatures, after that the groups ate their lunch and swapped activities. Finally when the brilliant day had ended we had to go back to school. By Jacob & Alex


Exeter Cathedral Trip

On Wednesday 20th May Owlacombe class went on a special trip to Exeter Cathedral to celebrate Hazel and Scarlett getting 100 books. Owlacombe went on a guided tour around the cathedral roof. We stood at the top of the tallest tower and looked over at the view. We got to see and hear the bell at 11.00am. We found out loads of interesting facts including, the roof altogether weighs 450 tons and that its insurance cost if anything went wrong is £500 million. By Charlie T.


Reception & YR1 Sports Festival

There was a fantastic range of different sports activities for the children to join in. They were in mixed groups with other schools, so made new friends and all had an enjoyable morning.

'On a glorious sunny day we went to South Dartmoor for the sports day. We played with a parachute, it was excellent'. Emily

'I jumped hurdles and also did Duck, duck, goose'. Rafe

'I saw my friends and it was really, really fun'. Gracie

We played football. I did some dribbling and I scored some goals'. Sam

YR 3 Athletics Festival

On Wednesday, Year 3 took part in an athletics festival at SDCC. They competed with a number of other local primaries in events such as javelin, relay, triple jump and hurdles. It was tiring but lots of fun! At the end, everyone took part in a mass relay race with all twenty teams competing against each other! Here is a picture of Dylan having a go at the triple jump—he was brilliant!


Athletics Club

It has been lovely to see so many children taking part in rounders and athletics clubs so far this term. 24x Y456 children have signed up for rounders (48% of KS2) and 30x Y3456 have signed up for athletics (60% of KS2), what an amazing effort! Clubs this term will be supported by our students Mr Tolley and Mr Vaughan, who will continue to run them in my absence. Thank you to all the parents who have offered their support and help, and continue to make sure our children can get to their sporting events. Mrs Young


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