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~ Fostering Independence - Learning to Succeed ~

World Book Day - dress as your favourite book character on Thursday 5th March.

Stoke Fleming Primary School


 Our school is a very special place at the heart of our community where we aim to develop inspiring, confident and happy children. 
In September 2013 we worked closely with parents, children and staff to create our school vision, setting out how we would like to shape the future of the school and our children.  With a shared purpose we are all working hard to achieve great things!

 With foundations built on core values we all adhere to, our children are: Respectful, Caring, Resilient and Positive.  We firmly believe that happy children thrive and progress; therefore we begin by ensuring our children feel Safe and Secure.
As a Community we are:
Learning together
Global Citizens
Trying our best.

At all times we 'Aim High' to be the best we can be!

 Our lighthouse logo reflects perfectly our vision to ‘light the way’ and guide every member of our community to individual and shared success.  We enjoy sharing these successes, whether they be academic, sporting or musical; or about celebrating our children as role models who live and breathe our values.
We look forward to working in partnership as a community to bring our shared vision to life.  If you would like to find out more about our school, you are always welcome to visit and see for yourself!
Sarah Simnett
Head of School



                     ~Fostering Independence - Learning to Succeed~



We recently welcomed members of the Dart Lifeboat team to school to talk to us about their rescues over the previous year.  We enjoyed seeing how the lifeboat crew have to dress and we watched an exciting video of the crew in action tackling a boat fire.  After a whole-school assembly the team visited each class in turn to answer some very interesting questions about their work.  Our SOS theme this year was 'story or screen' and we all dressed up as characters from books or the TV in return for a donation to the RNLI.

Chocolate and Chilli inspired learning!


Inspired by the story of Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, years 1 and 2 have been learning all about chocolate this term.  They have designed their own sweets, investigated what happens when gummy bears are put in water and written their own versions of the famous Roald Dahl story.  They have also enjoyed chocolate workshops from the very talented Mr Picamil of Saveurs in Dartmouth and visited the South Devon Chilli Farm.  The children greatly enjoyed both experiences.  Take a look at our photos to find out what they made!

Healthy Tuck Shop a Sell-out Success!

Year 6 at Bookers

Four year 6 pupils, Josef, Gaby, Todd and Poppy, asked Mrs Simnett whether they could set up and run a healthy tuck shop for Key Stage 2 at break times.  Last week they went along to Bookers Wholesalers to purchase the stock: cereal bars, raisins, yoghurts and cheese.  The children worked out how much they would need to sell each item for in order to cover their overheads and the shop opened this week.  After only three days of trading they have almost sold out of stock!

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