All are welcome to this fantastic event! Tickets will be available soon.
Tuesday 15 January 2019 at 6.00 pm in the Main Hall
Our outdoor learning focused on signs of Spring today and linked both to Science and Art. First the children explored the school grounds, then they sat down and carefully drew the bulbs and flowers they could see. They paid great attention to the detail and really too their time. What a wonderful way to spend the afternoon! Click here to see more photos.
Wonwell Class designed and made Supersuits for their favourite cuddly toys- little did they know that they were actually learning about materials and their properties.
Ivybridge Community College students recently competed in the Devon County Swimming Championships held at the Plymouth Life Centre.
Ivybridge Community College has been working closely with Alexis Bowater, Project Lead, to support the building of a statue in honour of Lady Astor on the Hoe in Plymouth.
On Wednesday, 30 January, twelve Ivybridge Community College Student Librarians, accompanied by Mrs Hull and Mrs Trafford, visited Ivybridge town centre to browse the local charity shops hoping to find bargain books for the College library.
Weather update- Friday 1st February
Future Make’ gave pupils of Year 5 a fantastic day designed to support learning about the qualities and skills needed to thrive in the 21st century workplace.
Exciting times for the New Year at Stowford School
Christmas Festivities at Stowford
Year 3/4 Indoor Athletics
A copy of the presentation by Mr Bone & The 101 Experiences Sheet
This week is Forest School Week at Yealmpton Primary. The children have been out and about in the school orchard, learning how to use tools such as loppers and secateurs safely to create shelters, dens and mobiles using sticks and other natural materials.
Please find attached the Online Safety Newsletter for February.
If you have any issues that you would like more information about please speak to Miss Yorke.
On Tuesday 22nd January 2019, Phil Leighton from the LTA Tennis Roadshow visited us and worked with children from Foundation to Year 3. He taught the children how to hold the racquet correctly, simple ball skills and he even let them take the ball on a walk around the hall. The children really enjoyed having the opportunity to learn new tennis skills and they were superstars! Thanks so much to Phil for his amazing coaching.