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  • 28/04/24

    Plymouth Schools Challenge Complete!

    Well done to all our pupils who completed the Schools Challenge - the children completed twelve 1 mile runs in the run-up to the Plymouth Half Marathon, then completed their final 1.1 miles on the Hoe today. We are so proud of you all! To see our online album click HERE
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  • 14/03/24

    Science Week 2024

    Science Week has been fully embraced across the school with lots of different topics being covered. Check out our online gallery for some great photos with more to follow during the week. Science Week
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  • 07/03/24

    World Book Day

    For World Book Day 2024 we decided to snuggle up with a book. Lots of reading activities took place across the school, beginning with visits from family to share books in our classrooms. Check out our online gallery here World Book Day    
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  • 07/02/24

    Year 1 Self-Portraits

    Well done to our Year 1 pupils in Butterflies Class who have been using different mediums to create Self-Portraits this term. These included pencil, crayon, collage and digital art.
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  • 21/09/23

    Parent Tours for Children Starting School in September 2024

    In November and December we will be holding tours of the school for parents and carers of children who will be starting school in September 2024.  Please call the school office to arrange a suitable time for a tour of the school on 01752-401293.   
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  • 17/09/23

    RNLI Water Safety

    On 11th September we were very lucky to have a visit from the RNLI who spoke to us about the dangers of water and how to keep safe when we are at the beach.  He explained that we could also find our more information at and children can join the Kids Club at
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  • 31/07/23

    Have A Great Summer Holidays

    School is now closed for the Summer Holidays. We hope you all have a happy and safe summer. We look forward to welcoming the children back to school on Wednesday 6th September.
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  • 04/06/23

    Enterprise Week 2023

    For the last week of term, the whole school enjoyed taking part in Enterprise week with each class pitching to Mrs Duncan for a £50 loan to set up their chosen business. They learnt lots of new skills including advertising, budgeting, production and most importantly working as a team u...
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  • 05/05/23

    Celebrating the Coronation

    Today saw the whole school coming together to celebrate the coronation of King Charles III tomorrow. We took part in many activities in classes, designed crowns, had a coronation picnic, and finished the day with a couple of songs for the parents when they arrived at the end of the day. To view o...
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  • 05/03/23

    World Book Day 2023

    Wow! What a fantastic day we all had at school finding 36 hidden Where's Wally characters located around the school, creating bunting, doing book character quizzes, reading outdoors and designing "Who Am I?" clues about our favourite book characters. We also shared our creati...
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  • 26/02/23

    Victorian Schooling

    Children in Butterflies (Year 1) travelled back to the Victorian era to see what school would have been like.  They learnt that there were different activities for girls and boys - the girls learnt to sew, while the boys did some woodwork.  They also tried to do their handwriting...
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  • 16/12/22

    Merry Christmas

    We would like to wish you all a very merry Christmas and a Happy New Year. We look forward to welcoming the children back to school on Wednesday 4th January. 
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