Curriculum Enrichment

Our curriculum extends beyond the National Curriculum and includes a wide range of enriching experiences and opportunities both within and beyond the school day.

Whole School Theme Days/Weeks

Throughout the year, themed days/weeks are woven into the curriculum to extend the breadth and balance of opportunities we offer our pupils. These include, Anti-bullying Week and Internet Safety Day, World Book Day,  Science week and various RE Days, where we celebrate festivals from a wide range of cultures and religions.

World Book Day

         

Drop Everything and Read

Remembrance Day

Friendship week

The children wore odd socks to school for the day.

Quest Days

Each half term the children go on a quest to find an answer to a question.  The children choose the question linked to their topic ad spend the day investigating the answer.  The children will dress up as various characters and immerse themselves in their learning.

The Kingfishers making reindeer food.

Year 3  – Fantastica.

The children wanted to learn how to make some pizzas and then cook them in our pizza oven.

Year 6 Victorian Day

Year 2 Dinosaur Dig Day

Year 3 Romans

Visitors into School

Visitors have a valuable role to play and can contribute to many aspects of the life and work of the school.  They deliver talks, workshops and full day activities across a wide range of subjects, giving pupils access to outside experiences and expertise. Visitors provide a link with the wider community – children have the opportunity to work alongside artists, musicians and authors.

Year 2 and 5 Fire Safety Talks by Devon Fire Service.

Year 6 Parliament Assembly.

Trips and Residentials

Grenville House
       

Outside Experiences

Teignmouth Lantern Parade

Gymnastics Festival

Young Writers Competition

The children wrote poetry at home and entered a competition to have their work published in a book.  The books are available in the library, so come and see the children’s amazing work!