Primary and Nursery School
Beaford, Winkleigh, Devon EX19 8LJ
Children in Otters took part in water sports at Meeth Reservoir.
Year 5 & 6 enjoyed a morning of orienteering at Great Potheridge House in Merton.
Otters have made models in DT to represent day and night. They used motors to make the Earth rotate, but have also used sticks so they will work when they take the models home.
Children in Owls took part in the STEM spaghetti challenge - to balance eggs on a tower made from marshmallow and spaghetti.
Poppy making - community artwork commemorating the Centenary of WW1
Medieval day - children dressed up, made jewellery, listened to a talk about falconry, played medieval games and took part in medieval dancing.
The art exhibition was a great success.
Children took part in a Devon Wildlife project to make a wild garden area and a hibernaculum
Our vegetable plots have been growing very well in this hot weather! The children have done an amazing job of looking after them.
Children enjoyed taking part in a drumming workshop by Shumba Arts.
World Book Day 2018
Children in Owls took part in a STEM spaghetti challenge to build a bridge from spaghetti and marshmallows strong enough to hold an egg.
Children very much enjoyed the Science workshops with Wonderstruck. They made and tested air compressed cars.
Children have been completing a traffic survey outside the school.
Our whole school learning theme this term is Myths and Mysteries.
Children enjoyed their school trip to Paignton Zoo.
Children In Otters visited Rosemoor and took part in a workshop on food chains.
Our whole school learning theme this term is 'Life on Earth'. Children have made some fantastic pictures of butterflies.
Children from Beaford Brownies and Guides painting our new planters which will be used for fruit, vegetables and flowers.
Children in Hedgehogs learnt about how plants grow during a trip to Rosemoor.
Children enjoyed maths workshops and an assembly by House of Maths.
Children have been busy planting 60 mixed hedge plants we received from The Woodland Trust.