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Class 1 got hands on with 3D shape this morning, examining the properties of them using Polydron and Play doh. Children were able to touch the shapes to name the properties. Meanwhile the Year 6’s were busy making 3D shape nets, some of which turned out to be quite complicated.
Class 1 have just begun their 3 week sequence on superheroes and are throwing themselves into it 100%. The children spent today’s lesson getting into character and being hot seated. They are all looking forward to inventing their own character, be it superhero or evil genius.
After a hearty breakfast we headed off in the minibus to Beesands to begin our adventure for the day. Our walk took us along the cliff path, past the ruined village of Hallsands and onto Start Point. It was a long and challenging walk, but spirits were high and our effort rewarded by a delicious […]
The children have had a busy day! We began by walking down to the beach from the centre where we did some exploring and played some games. After a strenuous walk back up the hill the children eagerly tucked into their pack lunches. Room allocation followed then we were back outside for team building games- […]
Bat week is in full swing at Harbertonford. All four schools in the Federation have been working with the Devon Greater Horseshoe Bat Project to raise awareness of this endangered species. Children across the school have been taking part in many exciting activities to support the week. These have included: planting wildflowers to support our […]
Class 1 had a very special visitor to their class this afternoon. Peter Smithers, one of Britain’s leading experts on invertebrates, came into class to lead a brilliant session on invertebrate collection and identification. The children used umbrellas, beaters, pooters, nets and even a bug hoover to sample the grassy banks and trees on the […]