Archive for March, 2016

Mar 23 2016

Kagemusha Taiko

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We went with the Y2 children at Ilfracombe Infants School to watch Kagemusha Taiko at the Landmark Theatre in Ilfracombe. It was great because we learned the taiko drums for a term last year so it was fantastic to see Jonathon and the rest of the group putting some of the things that we learned […]

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Mar 18 2016

British Science Week Trip to @Bristol

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This week has been British Science Week and the pupils in Classes 3 and 4 went on a fantastic trip to @Bristol.  We applied for and won a grant from “Kick Start”, that paid for all of the transport to Bristol.  It was a beautiful day and just walking around the grounds of the science […]

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Mar 10 2016

Burton Art Gallery

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We had a brilliant day visiting the Burton Art Gallery! As the sun was shining, we got on the bus to Bideford which was very exciting! We enjoyed seeing places on the way. When we arrived, we explored the Annual Schools’ Exhibition which celebrated young artists aged 5-18. It was really interesting to see artwork […]

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Mar 07 2016

Exquisite Corpse!

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Here are some of our final pieces inspired by the Surrealist game ‘Exquisite Corpse’: They look fantastic against the brightly coloured background!      

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Mar 07 2016

World Book Day!

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We had a fantastic day celebrating World Book Day! We enjoyed dressing up as our favourite book characters.   We also visited the Great Hall in Exeter to watch Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra.  The theme was Fantasy and Fairytale! We joined in with singing and body procussion. It was fantastic!

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Mar 02 2016

The Shape Game

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Today we played the amazing game called The Shape Game! We were inspired by the story written by Anthony Browne. Here is how to play: First we created different shapes using black pen. Next we thought imaginatively about how the shapes could be turned into something recognisable. We enjoyed adding lots of colour and detail to […]

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