Grow and Flourish

Amber Has qualified her pony for the British Show jumping Just for schools final which takes place next month in Wales.

 
Over half term she also qualified her pony for the British Show jumping national championships which take place in August , this is a massive achievement that we and her family are extremely proud of.
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The Year 5/6 football team have recently taken part in the EFL Kids Cup run by Exeter City Football Club. In the first round, we came second in the group which took us through to the next round. The boys were unlucky in this round but played really well as a team and were presented with the team spirit award.
 
The highlight for the team was playing a friendly match at the end of the tournament with 2 Exeter City players Viljami Sinisalo and Vincent Harper.
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We are very lucky to have many talented children at Chudleigh School. Including an amazing young artist. I'm sure you will agree that this artwork by Matilda is superb? 

In year two as part of our enquiry 'how can we help?' we have been thinking about ways of showing acts of kindness to others. In computing we used the stop motion app and learnt all about animation, we then used these skills to create our own animations showing acts of kindness. 

Two of our pupils represented The Dartmoor Hill Pony Association at Widecome Fayre. 

The Dartmoor Hill Pony Display team was formed to show off these special ponies. Our mission is to highlight the need to protect the Dartmoor Hill Ponies, because their numbers are sadly dropping. We have been in the team since the start of the year, attending regular rehearsals.
 
The team travel all over the South West to various country shows, promoting what brilliant children's ponies they can be. In our performances, we play the role of Dartmoor Warriors and we perform tricks on the ponies like standing up on the saddle and turning round 360 degrees.

Community Ambassadors taking part in the Chudfest Christmas window display competition. This year the children's choice was The Pharmacy. They liked the creative and unique decorations and felt the staff had made a lot of effort. 

 

After our success in the first round of the handball tournaments at Teign School earlier in the term, the Year 3/4 team and Year 5/6 team went to the School Partnership Finals at Teignmouth Community College.

Both teams played 6 matches against other local schools and came first in their age groups and collected a gold medal!

Chudleigh Primary School would like to say a really big thank you to Hares Landscapes (www.hareslandscapes.co.uk, 07769970185) for their generous sponsorship towards the new Year 5/6 football kit. The team and all of the staff are very grateful.

It has been a few years since Chudleigh have had a football team and entered the local football league, so it has been great to see the team looking so smart in their new team colours. They are having a good season too!

In our group of the league, we have won every game and finished top of the table. This puts us through to the semi-finals which will be played against Kingskerswell this week.

We also took part in the School Sports Partnership World Cup Tournament, which took place at Teignmouth Community College and came second.

Over the next few weeks, we have the semi final of the Frank Burnley Trophy and the Plate competition of the Doel Cup.

The players have grown as a team, and they have shown excellent team spirit, resilience, and support towards each other. We are proud of all their achievements so far and look forward to more competitions in the upcoming weeks.

Amber represented Chudleigh primary at the national British showjumping schools championships at the weekend, she finished a creditable 7th in strong competition.  Amber has qualified both her ponies for the British Show jumping Schools championships in August. Good luck Amber!

Congratulations to Harry who took part in the recent races as part of the UK BMX national series in Scotland. Harry is a member of the Decoy BMX club and is currently fourth ranked in the South West in his age category. Harry represented Great Britain in The European BMX Championships in France recently and will be representing GB In The World BMX Championships in August.

 Good luck Harry!

Louie began a new hobby in the Summer 2022 where he found a love for Electric Balance Bike Racing. He competed in his first event at Wheeldon Farm in November 2022 and won the first 4 races on Day 1 as well as a 1st, 2nd and 3rd in the 3 races on Day 2. He won South West Revvi Champion as a result of earning the most points over the weekend.

More recently Louie took part in the Revvi Cup in Sheffield in January 2023 and came an incredible 2nd place out of 17 riders! 

Children’s Mental Health Week 6th-12th February.

This year’s theme is “lets connect.”

“Let’s Connect” is about making meaningful connections which is vital for our wellbeing. When we have healthy connections – to family, friends and others – this can support our mental health and our sense of wellbeing.

We shared a story called the invisible string which helped us to think about how we are always connected to the people we love.

We played a connect game which showed us how we are connected to other people in our class through shared interests and things we have in common.

We made a giant paper chain to show we are all connected in our school family.

Our 'well being ambassadors' have been putting posters up around the local community. Have you spotted any yet? 

Touch Rugby Intra-House Tournament

Children in Key Stage 2 enjoyed a day of touch rugby on Tuesday 8th November. The event was run by Tammi Lethbridge from the Dartmoor School Sports Partnership and was one of our IMPACT days that the partnership runs each term.

The idea of the tournament was to develop some healthy competition between the children so that they could earn points for their Tree Teams, as well as having fun developing their touch rugby skills.

A special thanks must go to the Year 5 sports leaders who helped to run each activity station and kept score of all the points during the day. What an amazing team you were!

“This was the best day ever!” said one Year 5 child on her way out of the hall.

 

footballers from Thursday's match against St Michaels. It was our first game of the season and it was the first round of the Frank Burnley Cup. We won 2-1 and go through to the quarter finals.

Helen Foundation - Felting Day

We have recently hosted a Helen Foundation Supported Workshop facilitated by Daisi (Devon Arts Initiative in Schools). A number of children took part in a 2-day felting workshop and have produced a fantastic wall hanging for our entrance hall.  The Helen Foundation is an arts-based charity supporting and motivating young people in all branches of the arts in Teignbridge. We would like to thank the Helen Foundation for this wonderful opportunity for our budding artists.  If anyone would like more information about the fantastic work the Helen Foundation do, please visit their website www.thehelenfoundation.org.uk

Our school orchestra playing at the remembrance service

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Grow and Flourish

Amber Has qualified her pony for the British Show jumping Just for schools final which takes place next month in Wales.

 
Over half term she also qualified her pony for the British Show jumping national championships which take place in August , this is a massive achievement that we and her family are extremely proud of.
image
The Year 5/6 football team have recently taken part in the EFL Kids Cup run by Exeter City Football Club. In the first round, we came second in the group which took us through to the next round. The boys were unlucky in this round but played really well as a team and were presented with the team spirit award.
 
The highlight for the team was playing a friendly match at the end of the tournament with 2 Exeter City players Viljami Sinisalo and Vincent Harper.
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We are very lucky to have many talented children at Chudleigh School. Including an amazing young artist. I'm sure you will agree that this artwork by Matilda is superb? 

In year two as part of our enquiry 'how can we help?' we have been thinking about ways of showing acts of kindness to others. In computing we used the stop motion app and learnt all about animation, we then used these skills to create our own animations showing acts of kindness. 

Two of our pupils represented The Dartmoor Hill Pony Association at Widecome Fayre. 

The Dartmoor Hill Pony Display team was formed to show off these special ponies. Our mission is to highlight the need to protect the Dartmoor Hill Ponies, because their numbers are sadly dropping. We have been in the team since the start of the year, attending regular rehearsals.
 
The team travel all over the South West to various country shows, promoting what brilliant children's ponies they can be. In our performances, we play the role of Dartmoor Warriors and we perform tricks on the ponies like standing up on the saddle and turning round 360 degrees.

Community Ambassadors taking part in the Chudfest Christmas window display competition. This year the children's choice was The Pharmacy. They liked the creative and unique decorations and felt the staff had made a lot of effort. 

 

After our success in the first round of the handball tournaments at Teign School earlier in the term, the Year 3/4 team and Year 5/6 team went to the School Partnership Finals at Teignmouth Community College.

Both teams played 6 matches against other local schools and came first in their age groups and collected a gold medal!

Chudleigh Primary School would like to say a really big thank you to Hares Landscapes (www.hareslandscapes.co.uk, 07769970185) for their generous sponsorship towards the new Year 5/6 football kit. The team and all of the staff are very grateful.

It has been a few years since Chudleigh have had a football team and entered the local football league, so it has been great to see the team looking so smart in their new team colours. They are having a good season too!

In our group of the league, we have won every game and finished top of the table. This puts us through to the semi-finals which will be played against Kingskerswell this week.

We also took part in the School Sports Partnership World Cup Tournament, which took place at Teignmouth Community College and came second.

Over the next few weeks, we have the semi final of the Frank Burnley Trophy and the Plate competition of the Doel Cup.

The players have grown as a team, and they have shown excellent team spirit, resilience, and support towards each other. We are proud of all their achievements so far and look forward to more competitions in the upcoming weeks.

Amber represented Chudleigh primary at the national British showjumping schools championships at the weekend, she finished a creditable 7th in strong competition.  Amber has qualified both her ponies for the British Show jumping Schools championships in August. Good luck Amber!

Congratulations to Harry who took part in the recent races as part of the UK BMX national series in Scotland. Harry is a member of the Decoy BMX club and is currently fourth ranked in the South West in his age category. Harry represented Great Britain in The European BMX Championships in France recently and will be representing GB In The World BMX Championships in August.

 Good luck Harry!

Louie began a new hobby in the Summer 2022 where he found a love for Electric Balance Bike Racing. He competed in his first event at Wheeldon Farm in November 2022 and won the first 4 races on Day 1 as well as a 1st, 2nd and 3rd in the 3 races on Day 2. He won South West Revvi Champion as a result of earning the most points over the weekend.

More recently Louie took part in the Revvi Cup in Sheffield in January 2023 and came an incredible 2nd place out of 17 riders! 

Children’s Mental Health Week 6th-12th February.

This year’s theme is “lets connect.”

“Let’s Connect” is about making meaningful connections which is vital for our wellbeing. When we have healthy connections – to family, friends and others – this can support our mental health and our sense of wellbeing.

We shared a story called the invisible string which helped us to think about how we are always connected to the people we love.

We played a connect game which showed us how we are connected to other people in our class through shared interests and things we have in common.

We made a giant paper chain to show we are all connected in our school family.

Our 'well being ambassadors' have been putting posters up around the local community. Have you spotted any yet? 

Touch Rugby Intra-House Tournament

Children in Key Stage 2 enjoyed a day of touch rugby on Tuesday 8th November. The event was run by Tammi Lethbridge from the Dartmoor School Sports Partnership and was one of our IMPACT days that the partnership runs each term.

The idea of the tournament was to develop some healthy competition between the children so that they could earn points for their Tree Teams, as well as having fun developing their touch rugby skills.

A special thanks must go to the Year 5 sports leaders who helped to run each activity station and kept score of all the points during the day. What an amazing team you were!

“This was the best day ever!” said one Year 5 child on her way out of the hall.

 

footballers from Thursday's match against St Michaels. It was our first game of the season and it was the first round of the Frank Burnley Cup. We won 2-1 and go through to the quarter finals.

Helen Foundation - Felting Day

We have recently hosted a Helen Foundation Supported Workshop facilitated by Daisi (Devon Arts Initiative in Schools). A number of children took part in a 2-day felting workshop and have produced a fantastic wall hanging for our entrance hall.  The Helen Foundation is an arts-based charity supporting and motivating young people in all branches of the arts in Teignbridge. We would like to thank the Helen Foundation for this wonderful opportunity for our budding artists.  If anyone would like more information about the fantastic work the Helen Foundation do, please visit their website www.thehelenfoundation.org.uk

Our school orchestra playing at the remembrance service

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Grow and Flourish

Amber Has qualified her pony for the British Show jumping Just for schools final which takes place next month in Wales.

 
Over half term she also qualified her pony for the British Show jumping national championships which take place in August , this is a massive achievement that we and her family are extremely proud of.
image
The Year 5/6 football team have recently taken part in the EFL Kids Cup run by Exeter City Football Club. In the first round, we came second in the group which took us through to the next round. The boys were unlucky in this round but played really well as a team and were presented with the team spirit award.
 
The highlight for the team was playing a friendly match at the end of the tournament with 2 Exeter City players Viljami Sinisalo and Vincent Harper.
image

We are very lucky to have many talented children at Chudleigh School. Including an amazing young artist. I'm sure you will agree that this artwork by Matilda is superb? 

In year two as part of our enquiry 'how can we help?' we have been thinking about ways of showing acts of kindness to others. In computing we used the stop motion app and learnt all about animation, we then used these skills to create our own animations showing acts of kindness. 

Two of our pupils represented The Dartmoor Hill Pony Association at Widecome Fayre. 

The Dartmoor Hill Pony Display team was formed to show off these special ponies. Our mission is to highlight the need to protect the Dartmoor Hill Ponies, because their numbers are sadly dropping. We have been in the team since the start of the year, attending regular rehearsals.
 
The team travel all over the South West to various country shows, promoting what brilliant children's ponies they can be. In our performances, we play the role of Dartmoor Warriors and we perform tricks on the ponies like standing up on the saddle and turning round 360 degrees.

Community Ambassadors taking part in the Chudfest Christmas window display competition. This year the children's choice was The Pharmacy. They liked the creative and unique decorations and felt the staff had made a lot of effort. 

 

After our success in the first round of the handball tournaments at Teign School earlier in the term, the Year 3/4 team and Year 5/6 team went to the School Partnership Finals at Teignmouth Community College.

Both teams played 6 matches against other local schools and came first in their age groups and collected a gold medal!

Chudleigh Primary School would like to say a really big thank you to Hares Landscapes (www.hareslandscapes.co.uk, 07769970185) for their generous sponsorship towards the new Year 5/6 football kit. The team and all of the staff are very grateful.

It has been a few years since Chudleigh have had a football team and entered the local football league, so it has been great to see the team looking so smart in their new team colours. They are having a good season too!

In our group of the league, we have won every game and finished top of the table. This puts us through to the semi-finals which will be played against Kingskerswell this week.

We also took part in the School Sports Partnership World Cup Tournament, which took place at Teignmouth Community College and came second.

Over the next few weeks, we have the semi final of the Frank Burnley Trophy and the Plate competition of the Doel Cup.

The players have grown as a team, and they have shown excellent team spirit, resilience, and support towards each other. We are proud of all their achievements so far and look forward to more competitions in the upcoming weeks.

Amber represented Chudleigh primary at the national British showjumping schools championships at the weekend, she finished a creditable 7th in strong competition.  Amber has qualified both her ponies for the British Show jumping Schools championships in August. Good luck Amber!

Congratulations to Harry who took part in the recent races as part of the UK BMX national series in Scotland. Harry is a member of the Decoy BMX club and is currently fourth ranked in the South West in his age category. Harry represented Great Britain in The European BMX Championships in France recently and will be representing GB In The World BMX Championships in August.

 Good luck Harry!

Louie began a new hobby in the Summer 2022 where he found a love for Electric Balance Bike Racing. He competed in his first event at Wheeldon Farm in November 2022 and won the first 4 races on Day 1 as well as a 1st, 2nd and 3rd in the 3 races on Day 2. He won South West Revvi Champion as a result of earning the most points over the weekend.

More recently Louie took part in the Revvi Cup in Sheffield in January 2023 and came an incredible 2nd place out of 17 riders! 

Children’s Mental Health Week 6th-12th February.

This year’s theme is “lets connect.”

“Let’s Connect” is about making meaningful connections which is vital for our wellbeing. When we have healthy connections – to family, friends and others – this can support our mental health and our sense of wellbeing.

We shared a story called the invisible string which helped us to think about how we are always connected to the people we love.

We played a connect game which showed us how we are connected to other people in our class through shared interests and things we have in common.

We made a giant paper chain to show we are all connected in our school family.

Our 'well being ambassadors' have been putting posters up around the local community. Have you spotted any yet? 

Touch Rugby Intra-House Tournament

Children in Key Stage 2 enjoyed a day of touch rugby on Tuesday 8th November. The event was run by Tammi Lethbridge from the Dartmoor School Sports Partnership and was one of our IMPACT days that the partnership runs each term.

The idea of the tournament was to develop some healthy competition between the children so that they could earn points for their Tree Teams, as well as having fun developing their touch rugby skills.

A special thanks must go to the Year 5 sports leaders who helped to run each activity station and kept score of all the points during the day. What an amazing team you were!

“This was the best day ever!” said one Year 5 child on her way out of the hall.

 

footballers from Thursday's match against St Michaels. It was our first game of the season and it was the first round of the Frank Burnley Cup. We won 2-1 and go through to the quarter finals.

Helen Foundation - Felting Day

We have recently hosted a Helen Foundation Supported Workshop facilitated by Daisi (Devon Arts Initiative in Schools). A number of children took part in a 2-day felting workshop and have produced a fantastic wall hanging for our entrance hall.  The Helen Foundation is an arts-based charity supporting and motivating young people in all branches of the arts in Teignbridge. We would like to thank the Helen Foundation for this wonderful opportunity for our budding artists.  If anyone would like more information about the fantastic work the Helen Foundation do, please visit their website www.thehelenfoundation.org.uk

Our school orchestra playing at the remembrance service

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