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Posted on: May 26th 2022

A message from Mr Morton

It is often quoted that ‘good things come in small packages’. That is certainly true of this half term. We have managed to pack so many amazing opportunities  into the last 5 weeks. Tintagel visited Longleat as part of their discovery work on Costa Rica (we don’t talk about lions!!!). Nursery visited an allotment to find out how things grow. Drogo class took a trip to Ferne Animal Sanctuary to study the animals and find out more about how they are cared for. Corfe undertook a local study around Stoke and Totnes and Dunster became geographers and geologists undertaking field studies at Lyme Regis.

May is also SATs time! The SATs gave our children an opportunity to apply all of their learning and we are very proud of all of their efforts and resilience. We then joined an Art ‘draw along’ with author and illustrator Steve Antony, as he demonstrated live how to draw like an illustrator. Finally, we all gathered together for our Jubilee picnic in celebration of our Queen and her unwavering service to our nation. I’m confident that our red, white and blue apparel will demonstrate our patriotism and will possibly be visible from space!

Thank you all for your support over the past 5 weeks. Have a wonderful Jubilee celebration weekend and I look forward to welcoming you all back for our final half term.

 

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