We are Class 3
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We are Year 3 and Year 4 children, taught by Mr. Wedderkopp and Mrs. Phillips, as well as our wonderful teaching assistants Mrs. Buckley, Mrs. Jones and Mrs. Stevenson. Come in, explore our website and see us at work and at play.

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Check out our class blog - written by the children, for the children!

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Dahlicious Drinks!

Posted by admin on January 04, 2017

Along with our amazing Christmas Play, we finished our unit of work on Roald Dahl with some creative instructional writing, designing and making amazing and magical Dahlicious Drinks! These ranged from amazing Whizzjuice (making you speed…

Christmas Plays

Posted by admin on January 04, 2017

Crowcombe and Stogumber's Christmas Plays were as marvellous as ever. Stogumber's performance took place in 19th Century rural Russia and told us of a peasant couple who found a daughter in the form of Crystal, an enchanted girl of ice. T…

Scottish Blast From The Past

Posted by admin on January 20, 2016

Sundari Sings Loch Lomond!In updating the KS1 website I didn't have the heart to delete this wonderful memory from Stogumber. So here it is again, saved for posterity!$(document).ready(function(){var myPlayer = $("#jquery_jplayer_1355");v…

Year Six Holiday Work

Posted by admin on March 23, 2015

Holiday Revision - Yr6 Over your time here you have worked your socks off and have made colossal steps forward academically. You deserve a break - well done! However, to prevent you getting bored over the break, and to keep your brain i…

Our year - 2014

Posted by admin on July 16, 2014

Edited and published by Rose Buckingham and Marcus Foster Tag Rugby Last term Crowcombe and Stogumber participated in tag rugby tournaments. We had a chance to go to Twickenham. Unfortunately we didn't win enough matches. It was at Huis…