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Rivers

Class 3 have started the new term by studying the river course and learning each section. Where is the mouth? Where can you find a waterfall? How are meanders formed? How are oxbow lakes formed? What are tributaries?

Easter Egg Hunt

On the last day of term, Acorn class invited the preschool to come and join them in an Easter egg hunt. The children worked really well together to find the eggs and give them to the Easter bunny. Acorn class children were really helpful in guiding the pre- school children around… Read more »

Happy Easter!

Wishing you all a very Happy Easter. I hope you have a relaxing break. When we return for the Summer Term we will begin our new topic “From Source to Sea”. I am sure it’ll prove to be another exciting topic! Best Wishes Mr Ross

Picturing Easter

What a wonderful couple of days we had before finishing for the Easter holidays. Firstly, on Thursday the whole school took part in an Easter Service around the school grounds. Well done to Year 6 for wonderful acting and to the whole school for demonstrating such excellent behaviour. On Friday… Read more »

Homework 16.03.18

Our topic is “Art On Our Doorstep.” For your homework this week, I would like you to use the local area as your inspiration to either draw/paint or take photos of the amazing places that we are surrounded by. E.G Ham Hill, Montacute House, Ladies Walk, Lyme Regis or wildlife.

Choir

Some of the children from All Saints represented the school choir and performed two songs at St Catherine’s Mothers Day service on Sunday. Mrs Roberts was very proud of how well the children performed and thought they sung beautifully. At the end of the service the children presented their parents… Read more »

Saints South-West

Despite the hail, rain, oh and sun at times the Year 3/4 children represented All Saints at the Saints South-West regional finals today. They played really well and should be extremely proud in the way they approached each game. Well done each and every one of them.

Saints South-West

Despite the hail, rain, oh and sun at times the Year 3/4 children represented All Saints at the Saints South-West regional finals today. They played really well and should be extremely proud in the way they approached each game. Well done each and every one of them.