Woodbury Salterton
C of E Primary School

Latest News

Christmas Magic!
18 December 2020

When you nip out to the toilet and on your return find, Father Christmas has been in to drop you off a treat!

Those naughty reindeer made a mess in the classroom again but we were so lucky Father Christmas came too this time and left everyone a bit of Christmas reading.

Thank you Father Christmas! Come again soon.

Christmas Poetry
17 December 2020

Class 3 have finished the term by writing some beautiful poems, based on our theme of Frozen Kingdoms. We imagined children on Christmas Eve in Scandinavia, watching the Northern Lights and waiting for Christmas day. We certainly have some talented poets amongst us!

A Little Bit of Magic!
17 December 2020

Today the children were very lucky to have a zoom meeting with the man himself – Father Christmas and Mrs Christmas (and we saw their cat too!)

They were able to hear stories and songs from Father Christmas and give him some ideas for names for the new Reindeer, which had been born. A fantastic experience for the children and so good to hear they were all on the good list this year!

Christmas Dance
16 December 2020

We were very lucky to have Becky Mason from Dartmoor School Sport Partnership visit our school to teach us some fabulous dance moves.

The children really enjoyed putting together dance routines, working collaboratively and displaying their super moves!

Thank you Becky for an energetic afternoon!

Nativity Dance
16 December 2020

Class 2 were lucky enough to have a nativity themed dance lesson with a specialist PE teacher from South Dartmoor College.  After practising different aspects of the dance, they put together a performance, which was videoed and enjoyed when back in class.


Christmas Cards
15 December 2020

Class 3 have been using their watercolour skills and techniques to paint beautiful Christmas cards with a Christingle theme.

Christingle in Class 3
15 December 2020

We made Christingles from oranges and reminded ourselves what the Christingle represents.

The orange represents the world, the red ribbon is for the blood of Christ, the cocktail sticks represent the compass points and the four seasons and the raisins represent sweetness and the fruits of the earth. We lit our candles, which remind us that Jesus is the light of the world.

We held a small Christingle service in our classroom and reflected upon the true meaning of Christmas.

December's Online Safety Newsletter
15 December 2020

Please follow the link below for latest online safety information.

OLS Newsletter for parents Dec 2020

Woodbury Salterton Santa Run!
15 December 2020

What an energetic time we had running around laps of the playground with none other than Santa Claus himself! All in a good cause for E.L.F Exeter Leukaemia Fund.

A very big thank you to all those who donated to this worthy cause.

School Ethos Council - Christmas Cards
15 December 2020

The School Council and Ethos Group has held a Christmas card competition. Well done to our lucky winners! We have made lots of cards for local people. If one drops through your letterbox, we wish you a very Happy Christmas and a peaceful New Year!