Woodbury Salterton
C of E Primary School

Latest News

P.E at Home Activities W/B 01/03
1 March 2021
Update from the Executive Headteacher 01/03/21
1 March 2021

Update from the Executive Headteacher 28/2/21

We are very much looking forward to welcoming all our pupils back to school on Monday 8th March. Arrangements will be very much like they were in September but I will confirm everything in a letter towards the middle of this week. Please keep looking on the website and I will direct you to the letter in due course.

I hope you are all well and looking forward to the full opening of school again.

Best wishes

Katie Gray

Message from Mrs Milford
25 February 2021

Dear Parents / Carers,

We are delighted that our children will be returning to school on the 8th March!

We are currently working on updating both our organisational plan and risk assessment and will be in touch again soon with more information for you.

In the meantime, I would like to thank you for all of your continued support, we are very much looking forward to seeing you all on the 8th.

Best wishes,

Ellen Milford – Head of Learning

P.E Activities at Home
22 February 2021
Lockdown Personal Fitness Challenge
22 February 2021

We were lucky enough to have Becky Mason the School Sport Coordinator from Dartmoor School Sport Partnership to come and work with our children in school, on a personal fitness challenge.

We would like as many of you at home to also get involved!

The idea is that you complete the challenges and then submit your form to gain a point for your class.  It would be great if you could share via Google classroom any of the activities you manage to do, so that your teachers and classmates can see.

We will announce the winning class on Monday 8th March.

See below for record sheet and  demonstration video.

Lockdown 3.0 Personal Fitness Challenges info and score card

Family Mental Health - Session 5
22 February 2021
Message from Mrs Milford
12 February 2021

Dear Parents / Carers,

Thank you for your ongoing support this half term while we have all found ourselves working in a different way again. The way that your children have responded has been amazing, whether that be coming into school without their friends, learning from home or even a mixture of the two!

It has been a real pleasure seeing their work in school and through Google Classroom, and I am sure they have made you as proud of them, as we are!

As we move into half term, we still don’t have any certainty about the coming weeks, but I have no doubt that we will continue to work through any changes as a whole school community to ensure all children get the best possible deal.

In the meantime, I hope you and your family have a lovely half term and manage to have a break away from home learning and get to spend some time together and we look forward to seeing you soon.

Best wishes,

Ellen Milford & The School Team