Woodbury Salterton
C of E Primary School

Our Learning

Class 2 Job Centre
21 January 2016

Class 2 polished up their job application skills on Monday, when they applied to the Woodbury Salterton Job Centre for positions in the classroom.

Alex’s application said that he would like to be ‘register monitor’ because he is fit from all his sports training, which will help him to go up and down the stairs to the office.

Daisy applied for the position of ‘pencil pot monitor’ because she likes organising things and keeping the classroom tidy.

The most popular position was laptop monitor, even though that doesn’t mean that you get to play computer games all day!

Well done, Class 2! You were all very good candidates for our classroom jobs, and I hope that you are all happy in your new roles for the term.

Class 2 Job Centre

 

Staying Safe Sessions
14 January 2016

All classes had a very informative visit from Devon Fire and Rescue. The children learnt lots of important safety tips not only about fire but also about other emergency services.

Libby – I was amazed to hear a fire fighter had rescued a horse from a swimming pool.

Bethany – I learnt that it is really important to have smoke alarms in your house and check them regularly.

Sam – If there is a fire in your house you must get out, stay out and then call 999.

James – You must not go back into your house to get your pets as the Fire fighters will go back in to rescue them.

Alani – It was fun and really useful to act out making and receiving emergency calls.

Fire fighter visit     class 2 firefighters

 

Advent Wreaths
10 December 2015

Class 1 have been learning what the candles on an Advent wreath represent. They made their own alternative Advent wreaths and had a lighting up ceremony.

RE Workshop
8 December 2015

Class 2 enjoyed a lovely, spiritual afternoon R.E workshop with Anne-Marie and Sally from ICE.

Jonathan – We learned about Christianity and how to celebrate Christmas.

Dylan – I was interested to learn how Christianity began.

Samara – It was fun learning about the meaning of Christmas.

The Class had prepared some very thoughtful questions about Christianity which they challenged our guests with!

 

Wartime Shortbread
20 November 2015

Class 3 have been baking Wartime Shortbread in D&T as part of their learning about World Wars 1 and 2. Bethany baked her shortbread at home and brought it in for the staff to try. It was delicious!

Anti bullying Week
19 November 2015

Please find attached 3 poems that some children wrote about “No Bullying” today for part of Anti-bullying week.

No-Bullying-poems.docx
Woodbury News Christmas Cover Winner
19 November 2015

We are delighted to announce the winner of the Woodbury News Christmas magazine cover is Jack who drew a lovely picture of a snowman with a reindeer. Esme was runner up and both children were presented with Book Tokens from Sue Bury and Val Arnt from Woodbury News. More of our talented artists were Highly Commended too . Well done to Tilly, Katie, Poppy, James and Jasmine.

Remembrance Service
12 November 2015

Years 5 and 6 led our remembrance service today, telling the rest of the school all about the reasons we mark this day. We learned about the significance of the colours in the poppy and why they grew so easily in Flanders Field. They led our 2 minutes silence and then Tilly explained how she made her beautiful ceramic poppies for her home learning. Mrs Sommers was very proud of her class as they truly showed our school value of respect today.

Bread and Honey
23 October 2015

Class 3 enjoyed eating bread and honey with the honey that we were given from Quince Honey Farm on our trip to Farmwise. It was delicious! Yum yum!

Class 2 on the Farm
22 October 2015

Last Thursday Class 2 spent a day at West Town Farm in Ide. We had amazing weather andspent the entire day outdoors. We picked apples, made apple juice, dug soil, rolled in hay bales, sang songs in the barn, saw the animals (including a calf called Denis), picked and chopped vegetables and cooked pumpkin soup over the campfire. We even fed the gorgeous spotty brown pigs with apples and acorns! Phew – we never stopped! What a wonderful day, with lots of opportunities to think about our Being Alive! topic and how we fit in with all of the other plants and animals in the world.