London Trip to The Houses of Parliament and The Golden Hinde Year 6 had an amazing time on our trip to London last week and also learnt so much about the history of Parliament and the Tudors. We even had the opportunity to interview our local MP, Sarah Wollaston and sit in on a debate [...]
Daisi Dance Project - Spring Term 2016 Ladybirds have been enjoying a special treat with a local dance company. The staff have been helping the children to develop their sense of space and their movement skills through stories. The children are really enjoying it and their dance skills are developing brilliantly.
It isn't too late to join the Archery and Fencing club. Held every Thursday in the hall from 3:30pm until 4:30pm. Letters and more details are available from Mrs Lewsey and from the office.
Please take a look at the link below for the activities that are on offer during the school day and out of hours. Extra Curricular Activities
At 10:55am, the entire school watched the launch of the Soyuz space capsule. It was an incredible sight and a thunderous applause, and cheer, soared through the classroom as the space capsule was successfully released. The children found the experience to be really exciting. We wish Tim Peake all the best with his amazing adventure.
On Friday 13th November, the children in Butterflies watched the dissection of a lamb's heart. They were extremely sensible and mature during the procedure. They learned a lot about the function of the heart and are now able to identify key features within a heart. Such as: right ventricle, left ventricle, Aorta, veins, arteries and [...]
Parents evening Questionnaire September 2015 analysis
Here at Stoke Gabriel we promote independent thinking and have found that the use of philosophy lessons really encourages the children to think deeply and take ownership of their learning. In this session the children listened to the song 'Imagine' by John Lennon and came up with their own questions to form a debate. They [...]
What a fantastic day we had at Paignton Community's Inspiration Day. We took part in a wide variety of activities and demonstrated skills of perseverance, independence and great teamwork! Making our own slime! Roller skating with Mrs Burness-Moakes Break dancing
This term our school topic is called 'What on Earth?' To start it with a bang, we had a visit from the 'Really Wild Encounter'. We learnt about the different animals from around the world and the ways in which they protect themselves. We even got to hold them!