A huge well done to the School Council for organising charity week and to the whole community for supporting them. We raised over £250 pounds for the school's chosen charity of Children's Hospice South West.
Dazzling Dragonflies have been out and about too. They visited the Rare Breeds Farm and rode on the Totnes to Buckfastleigh steam train. All part of our Five Star Pledge for a minimum of two trips a year for every class to enrich the children's learning.
A few photos from our Science Day. It is great when the whole school comes together to learn. They carried out investigations into changes of state, forces and catapults!
The Vikings are coming! Brilliant Butterflies spent the afternoon as Vikings around Stoke Gabriel to bring their topic learning to life. They ate honey bread which they had made the day before, told riddles and listened to the story of Beowulf. Oh and their behaviour was fantastic too!
On 22nd February, the first Link Academy Writers’ Day was held at Landscove Schoolhouse. Children from the Totnes and Newton & Teign hubs came together with the sole aim of immersing themselves in writing for the day. After a chance to get to know each other with a fun ice-breaker, we all went off for [...]
All the children in the school worked together during our day of Art. It was lovely to see them cooperating so well and coming together as a community. Thank you to local artist Sara Downham-Lotto for facilitating the day and letting the children get so creative.
We love to get out and about in our beautiful surroundings here at Stoke Gabriel. OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERA
Years 3 and 4 had an exciting time investigating the Saxon influence on Totnes. All part of of our commitment to take the children on a trip at least once a term to enhance and enrich their learning.
Children in years 5 and 6 had a fantastic time at 'We the Curious' in Bristol. They had a 3D planetarium show, a fossil workshop and got the chance to get their hands on a host of scientific wonders. Thank you to Mrs Lewsey for organising such a wonderful trip and to FOSS for their [...]
On Tuesday 18th July, the whole school went on a walk. This was originally planned as part of our Healthy Week studies organised by Mrs Yeo, but was delayed due to the very hot weather we had at that time. The weather was kind to us in the morning before the eventful and exciting downpours [...]