Robin Hood and the Sherwood Hoodies

‘Robin Hood’ and the Sherwood Hoodies

KS2 Production

Our KS2 pupils had the fantastic opportunity to perform on stage at the New Hall Theatre in Tiverton.

On Wednesday 28th June they performed a matinee show to our KS1 children and performed again in the evening  to over 200 people and were absolutely amazing!

The talent at our school is, as always, absolutely outstanding and we are very proud of them. Well done to Mrs Lockyer for co-ordinating, rehearsing and producing this fabulous show.





Posted: Thursday, June 29th, 2017

Wilcombe Wobbler 2017

Well done to our team of Wilcombe Wobbler’s who competed in the event yesterday at Wilcombe Primary School, Tiverton and brought the trophy back for the third year running.

Thank you to Mrs Home, Mrs Persey, Mrs Horsey and Mrs Shannon for their help with transport.


Posted: Friday, May 26th, 2017

Exmoor challenge 2017



















On Saturday 29th April, 16 of our Year 6 pupils took part in the Rotary Club Exmoor Youth Challenge 2017.  The children walked really well and supported each other throughout the day. All four of our teams finished in good time and in brilliant spirit. Everyone had a fantastic day.

Congratulations to Reuben and Silas Ross-White who are this year’s winners of the Spirit of Exmoor Award.

Thank you to Mrs Lockyer for organising and co-ordinating this event and to all the parents who took part in the training.



Posted: Saturday, April 29th, 2017

Heatree Residential Year 4

Wednesday 26th April 2017






Our residential party are due back to school around 2.30pm, please collect them as normal at 3.30pm.

Tuesday 25th April 2017

They woke early, enjoyed their breakfast and were ready for today’s activities. Kayaking, Raft Building and Adventure Trails, despite the wet weather, all children were tucked up in bed early and fast asleep.







Monday 24th April 2017

Our Year 4 class arrived safely at Heatree Activity Centre, around lunchtime. They thoroughly enjoyed their first activity.


Although fairly late to bed,  the children settled down and had a peaceful night.

Posted: Tuesday, April 25th, 2017

London Residential 2017

Year 5 London Residential 2017

Wednesday 1st March 2017 – 2.10pm

The train from London is running on time and will arrive at Tiverton Parkway at 4.02pm as expected.

Please can parents wait outside the ticket office and not on the platform as space is limited and we will need to collect our cases.  Please talk to the adult in charge of you child before you take them home, as there may be important information about the welfare of your child whilst on residential.

Tuesday 28th February 2017

Had an amazing time with Harry Potter. A very quite and comfortable night. They are now investigating the Science Museum and then the Natutal History Museum. Everyone is looking forward to their meal at Bella Italia tonight and going to see Matilda. School Emergency Mobile is: 07842524664

Monday 27th February 2017 – 1pm

All arrived safely and are now at the YHA Hostel at ST Pauls. Enjoying our lunch before our adventure to Warner Brothers Studios.   School Emergency Mobile is: 07842524664

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Posted: Friday, February 24th, 2017

Grenville House Residential 2016


Planned activities are: raft building, caving and orienteering.

We estimate the children will arrive back to school at 4.30pm. We will text you if there is any change to this time.


Another peaceful night, followed by a beautiful, but very busy day.

Everyone is having a great time. Canoeing has been a great hit, especially jumping into the water afterwards.

Abseiling again this afternoon and wall climbing.


After a very comfortable night and a hearty breakfast, this morning the children are enjoying the high ropes and abseiling, followed by problem solving and orienteering this afternoon.

Everyone is thoroughly enjoying themselves.


Posted: Thursday, September 29th, 2016

Wildside Residential 2016 - Mars Class

Our Year 3 children have all had an amazing time on their Wildside residential. They spent two days experiencing the countryside  both at day and at night, whilst learning the basics of camping outdoors.

Miss Kerrigan said they all behaved so well and thoroughly enjoyed the activities, which included bat detecting, owl calling, a rope trail, stealth games, archery, orienteering, woodcraft and team building games, followed by hot chocolate back at basecamp.


Posted: Friday, June 24th, 2016

Year 4 Embercombe Residential 2016


We are expecting the group to arrive back to school by 3.30pm tonight.




After a peaceful night, we arose early to morning exercise and a hearty breakfast.

We are looking forward to the activities planned for today.




Arrived safely and settled in to the yurt villages. Gratified today, all safely tucked up in bed


Posted: Thursday, May 5th, 2016

Pond Project

On Thursday 3rd March two Ecologist from the Blackdown Hills Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty spent the day at our school working with the children to develop our pond area.

A time-lapse film from Thursday’s wildlife activities:



Through our topic ‘Spring into Life’ the children will look at habitats in their learning environment and observe species and creatures in their own school wildlife garden.



Posted: Monday, March 7th, 2016

London 2016

Tuesday 1.3.16 at the Science Museum

Mr Harding Club Sandwich    

At Covent Garden  

Brave Liam  


Supper at Bella Italia

Monday 29.2.16 at Warner Brothers Harry Potter Studios.

Updated Tuesday 1.3.16

Today was action packed! We visited the Science and History Museums, bumped into Louie Spence at Pineapple Dance Studios and the children were in awe when watching Matilda. The children were exceptionally well behaved as usual and are now safely tucked up in bed.

Tomorrow we will visit St.Paul’s Cathedral before heading home. We will let parents know whether the train is on time by text.  When collecting the children from the station, please allow us to take them to collect their luggage from the other end of the train. We will then hand them safely over to parents to share their London adventures.

Monday 29.2.16

We all had a magical day at Warner Brothers Harry Potter Studios.

Every child was so well behaved, we had complimentary comments from other passengers on the tube about our delightful children.

All very exhausted and all tucked up in bed by ten o’clock.

Updated 29.2.16 10.30pm.

Posted: Tuesday, March 1st, 2016

Moon Class Wildside Experience

All pupils in Moon Class visited Wildside Experience for a half-day of outdoor activities as part of our topic ‘Spring into Life’.


Posted: Friday, February 12th, 2016

Carol Service Christmas 2015.

The Match Girls Christmas.

News and Dates

Thank you to everyone who supported our Carol Service at St Mary’s Church yesterday. Our KS1 one children sang songs from their Nativity ‘It’s a Baby’, which was magical. Our KS2 children sang  songs from ‘The Match Girl’s Christmas’, which included solo parts and readers.  The performance was outstanding with the children learning all of the words off by heart and singing so accurately.


Posted: Thursday, December 17th, 2015

Christmas House Day and Lantern Parade 2016

Friday 2nd December 2016 – Christmas House Day


Today was our Christmas house day. The children enjoyed making tree decorations, hats and crackers.  Evidence of their fantastic work can be seen on our Christmas tree and around the school.  The house day is a fantastic opportunity to see the children of all ages interacting with one another, which reinforces what caring and helpful children we have in our school.

It is also a fantastic opportunity for our parents to learn alongside their children and join in the community spirit of our school.


Saturday 3rd December 2016 – Lights Brigade!

Pupils and their family members joined together with some of our staff and met at Longmead in Hemyock, to walk together to represent our school. The parade started just after 6pm and hundreds of people from our local community were there.

The children carried lanterns they had made, as the procession wound itself through the streets of Hemyock.  The procession walked through Hemyock Castle and in to St Mary’s Church Yard. Our school choir sang the theme tune to Polar Express as the train was illuminated across the church to the tower to turn on the snowflake light.



Posted: Monday, December 7th, 2015

Pump reveal

Pump Reveal

On Saturday 24th October two of our school pupils, Fleur Drawert and Alfie Seal, assisted the Vice Lord Lieutenant of Devon, Sir John Cave Bt, with the official unveiling of the pump in the centre of our village. Their names will be engraved on the plaque that will commemorate this special occasion.   Many parishioners and pupils, both past and present, were there to see the event. We are delighted to see the pump back where it belongs.



Posted: Monday, October 26th, 2015

'Harvests around the World'

Our Community Harvest Celebration was a great success again this year. The children performed their songs outside and sang beautifully. Afterwards the school hall was packed out with parents tasting some of the delicious food the children had prepared for them. Each class has been studying ‘Harvests around the World’ and work on Harvest in their chosen country was on display. The classes had also spent an afternoon cooking produce from the country of the studies to serve and sell to delighted visitors.

The ‘tin to get in’ gifts will be delivered by our School Councillors to the Cameo Club at The Health Living Centre on Monday.

Thank you to everyone who contributed and to our PTFA for serving refreshments.


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Posted: Friday, October 16th, 2015

'Pride of Norse'

We are delighted to inform you that our fantastic kitchen staff have won the ‘Pride of Norse’ award 2015, being judged the best Norse kitchen team in Devon.

Our Kitchen Manager, Jacquie Marlborough, and her assistants, Tasha Morgan and Anna Jordan, will receive their award at a special presentation at the Holiday Inn, Norwich on 9th October.

They have also been nominated for the ‘Team of the Year Award’ for the whole of the UK.

The kitchen team are so much part of our school and truly reflect our ethos. They take time to give individual nominations to children in recognition of their good manners. They always have a smile and often go out of their way to accommodate both pupils and staff.  The numbers eating our amazing school meals continue to increase and we are very proud to work along side them.


Posted: Friday, September 25th, 2015

Science and Technology Open Day

Our KS2 children had the opportunity to make a vehicle using criteria from the science and technology they had learnt across the term, along side their parents.


Posted: Thursday, September 17th, 2015

Queen's Day picnic

The children old and new have settled in well and are already in the swing of our topic for this term ‘Who is the Queen?’ The children started the topic with a Garden Party to honour Queen Elizabeth II, who is now the Longest Reigning British Monarch. Tables were decorated with centre pieces made by the children and picnics made for a marvellous celebration. Pre-school, parents, grand parents and members of the community shared lunch and joined in the happy occasion. Each class performed a country dance and everyone sang the National Anthem to close.

Both local newspapers to photograph and film our event. Photographs should appear in the Mid Devon Gazette next Tuesday and the film will shortly appear on their website .


Posted: Saturday, September 5th, 2015

Film Club

Film Club 2015 

Click on these links to watch our short films!

Playground Productions:

Once Upon a Crime

Dare Devil Studios

Night Night


Here are pictures from our film club screening and presentation. Thank you to all the parents and relatives who attended and made it such a special occasion for our talented filmmakers.

Posted: Monday, July 20th, 2015

Joseph and his Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat

Our Key Stage 2 pupils had the fantastic opportunity of performing on stage at the New Hall Theatre in Tiverton to an audience of over 220 people.  It wasn’t just Joseph’s Dreamcoat that was amazing, every child was. The talent at our school is absolutely outstanding, we are so proud of them all.

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Click on the links to find Joseph’s songs to practice.

Songs 1 & 2 

Songs 3,4,5,6,7

Songs 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13 

Songs 14, 15,16,17,18,19


Posted: Tuesday, July 7th, 2015

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