Celebration Service with the Bishop

A Celebration Service led by the Rt Rev'd Nicholas McKinnel, Bishop of Crediton, was held at St. Andrew's Church to mark the 150th anniversary of the church and the 175th anniversary of the school.  A choir made up of children from the school sang harvest songs to a packed congregation of parents, friends and people who had been associated with both the church and school in the past.  

Fencing and Archery at Chardstock this summer

The Go Active Holiday Club has started at St Andrew's Primary School, Chardstock. The children were really keen to try out the new Archery and Fencing equipment, and Mr Rourke couldn't resist having a go as well! Click on the heading for more photos of the fencing and archery, as well as the children doing the itchy-wah-wah song!

You can still book in for sessions this summer using the Go-Active website - click here

Jumping for Joy

Year 6 at St. Andrew’s C of E Primary Chardstock are celebrating another set of outstanding SAT’s results.  The class once again achieved 100% level 4 in all areas and amazingly succeeded in reaching 100% level 5 in Maths.  Several children also reached their own target of level 6.  The teachers, staff and governors at the school are all very proud of the children’s hard work.  The photo shows the children jumping for joy.

Transition Help for Year 6

Year 6 from Mrs Ethelston's Primary Uplyme and St. Andrew's Primary Chardstock met today with Rev. Kate and Rev. Cate to talk about transition to secondary school.  They shared what they were looking forward to and how they could overcome any difficulties or worries they have.  

Oliver Twist

St. Andrew's Primary was transformed into Victorian London when a theatre company visited the school.  M&M Theatrical Productions presented Oliver Twist to children from the school who were also joined by children from Mrs Ethelston's Primary Uplyme.  The children were enthralled as the story unfolded and enjoyed the familiar songs.  Click the heading to see more photographs.

Terrific Temperatures

Herons Class from Mrs Ethelston's Primary and Oak Class from St. Andrew's Primary joined together for a really inspirational science morning.  Dr. Usher, from Colyton Grammar School, presented a workshop on 'Terrific Temperatures'.  

The children learnt about changing states, created their own thermometers and froze bananas and blu tac inventing blu tac nails and banana hammers.

Thanks to Dr Usher for inspiring the children and showing everyone how exciting secondary science will be.