The final round of this season’s Gliddon and Squire Cross Country League took place on Sunday morning at West Buckland. Many congratulations to all of the runners who have taken part in many of the six races in the league. Ashton and Max came 43 rd and 50 th respectively at West Buckland, and both boys, together with George, qualified … Read More
On Wednesday 15th January Shebbear College pupils had the first golf lesson of the year, from the professional at Holsworthy Golf Club. In total 20 pupils managed to learn new skills and develop and improve existing golfing attributes . The afternoon was a great success and thoroughly enjoyed by all.
During the first week of the December holidays a group of students ventured out to the beautiful ski slopes of Bormio. Many of the students had never skied before! It took the beginners a couple of days to get the hang of it but soon enough they were shredding it down the red slopes. There were many highlights to this … Read More
The Geocreate pupils have made fantastic 3D advent calendars. The idea behind the calendar is that you pull out a lolly stick and watch Santa moving slowly down the chimney. The talented group used old pringle cans, lolly sticks, cereal boxes and paints. Next week the Geocreate pupils will be making Christmas tree decorations
Shebbear College Art and Creative Media Department organised a trip to New York from the 16-20th October. This amazing opportunity full of activities and adventures in one of the world’s most iconic cities was open to F4 to U6 and 15 students embarked on this incredible adventure with Ms Davies and Mr Barlow. Day 1 Arrived and after a meal … Read More
Our boarders had an exciting time last weekend at the amazing indoor Clip ‘n’ Climb attraction in Exeter. Promoted as ‘an action-packed climbing adventure and the ultimate vertical playground for the young and young at heart’, the attraction boasts 26 climbing challenges based such as Space Invaders, Astroball, Big Cheese, Circuit Breaker, Cloud 9, Face to Face, Leap of Faith, … Read More
Our pupils were live on air at NBC Studios, New York. They produced and starred in their own talk show during their Creative Media trip to the ‘Big Apple’. They enjoyed behind-the-scenes access to the famous studios where top shows are made, like Saturday Night Live, The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon, Late Night with Seth Meyers and more. They had a … Read More
Our Boarders made the most of the heavy rainfall over the weekend and tried gorge scrambling along the river at Okehampton. Many thanks to the team at Go Coasteering who arranged the activity at short notice, due to us not being able to do coasteering on this occasion because of the sea conditions. The boarders absolutely loved it with many … Read More
If you haven’t seen it already our YouTube channel has lots of short films featuring activities both in and out of school. There are currently 68 films on the channel with more being added regularly. Recent additions include films of our Spring Fayre and Dog Show, proms, 2019 Uganda trip, Ruddle and Pollard boarding films, Saunton D-Day event, Morwellham Quay … Read More
Sometimes, instead of outdoor play the Pre-School and Reception children are able to just get out and about on our wonderful campus. We have been focusing on our school community again this week and we went to see if we could find any litter that had been dropped. The children were actually very disappointed not to find any at all.
The Prep School celebrated Harvest Festival on Tuesday afternoon in Lake Chapel. Our warmest thanks to Rev. Dr Susannah Metz, Team Vicar at St. Petroc’s Church, Petrockstowe, for leading what was a very enjoyable service. The children sang extremely well, and our readers (Ashton, Issy, James and Jemima) did a super job. Our thanks also, for all of the food … Read More
The windy wet weather did not deter the Year 3 and 4 children who set off for Westward Ho! on Monday to conduct their annual beach clean. The children tackled the job with enthusiasm and had soon filled a number of bin bags with nylon rope, old food packaging and of course, plastic. What the children all noticed this year, … Read More
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