On Tuesday 23rd May, ten Year 6 girls represented the school in a local Tag Rugby Festival at Tiverton High School. The girls were organised into two teams to play in two different tournaments. Our team 1 representatives were: Roxy, Phoebe, Isabelle, Heidi, Frankie and Lily. In Team 2 Tammy, Matilda, Darcy, Amelia and Daisy-Mai. They all played local schools including Bolham, Bampton, Tidcombe, Halberton and Wilcombe. Despite little experience playing the game they all showed great teamwork and sheer determination in scoring a try, with noticeable tries scored by Amelia, Tammy, Roxy, Heidi and Phoebe. Congratulations to Team 2 for winning the tournament and Team 1 for finishing a close second. A big thankyou to Tiverton High School Leaders who ran the tournament along with Mrs Baker, Mrs Soper and Mrs Hughes for supporting our participation in the event.
The children at HPS had a wonderful day on Friday 5th May celebrating the King’s Coronation.
The children & staff came to school wearing red, white & blue.
The children took part in a number of activities during the day including crown making, flower planting and other Coronation related activities.
This week in reception we have been celebrating King Charles III Coronation.
We have learnt about who King Charles is and a little bit about his family history.
We now know that the Coronation is an important ceremony where the King will be crowned and he will be presented with an orb and sceptre.
We have enjoyed lots of arts and crafts this week and have made crowns, finger print flags of the union Jack and collages of the Kings face.
Our role play this week has been transformed into a royal palace and the children have loved dressing up as Kings and Queens wearing royal robes and crowns.
Nursery children made crowns to celebrate the Coronation.
Year 4 had an amazing time during their recent residential at Wildwoods, Escott.
They took part in metal forging, woodcarving and baking in the Anglo-Saxon village.
They went to see the wolves, bears, artic foxes and other animals who live on the site.
They had fun running around and getting lost in the maze and playing on the very large drop slide.
But most of all they enjoyed wading though the very wet, muddy and cold swamp.
Take at look at some of our photos from the trip.
As part of Reception’s ‘People who help us’ topic, two police officers came to visit the children today to talk about their job.
The police officers showed the children their equipment which included a pair of handcuffs, a baton, leg restraints, a stab vest and a taser.
The children asked the police officers lots of interesting questions, and they had fun trying on the helmets and night time vests.
We had a visit from Exmoor Zoo at the end of our animals topic. We talked about the main animal groups and their features.
The main animal groups are mammals, birds, fish, amphibians and reptiles.
We got to touch a snail, stick insect and a snake. We also saw a meerkat, a tree frog and a preying mantis. It was a really fun visit!
The attached is relevant for Year 6 Parents/Guardians.
Please look through the information that was shared on 19-4-23 about SATs. You need to follow the QR code/link on the PDF to book their breakfast.
On Friday 24 th March, Year 2 went on a trip to Rosemoor Gardens in North Devon.
We were very lucky with the weather and left the rain behind in Tiverton!
e had a lovely day that involved walking around the gardens looking at and discovering some amazing plants and flowers.
We also had a workshop where we identified evergreen and deciduous trees, collected fallen plant parts to decorate a paper flower and we each planted a broad bean seed.
We got to take these home with us to remember our amazing day!