Welcome to Burrator!
Our topic this term is: Out of this World.
Monday, 18th March 2019
Thought for the week:
“Most of the successful people I've known are the ones who do more listening than talking." Bernard M. Baruch.
Awards and Nominations for Monday, 18th March 2019:
Progress Award: Mariam
Courtesy Award: Sammy
Math's Award: Corey
Bookworm Award: Eliza
Spelling Award: Léonie
Daisy won the trophy for 'Best Sportsmanship' in Martial Arts. Well done Daisy.
Well Done to Burrator for winning the Attendance Award for KS2 - an exciting reward awaits!
Well done to the Widey Court Football First Team (mixed)
They came first in the GOALS Tournament and will be going to Oxford in two months' time for the Regionals. Alfie, Leyton and Louie brought in their medals to show their classmates in Burrator.
Sunday 16th December
Daisy achieved a Blue Belt and Purple Belt in 'Unarmed Combat' in Martial Arts Self Defence. She also received a certificate for 'Effort and dedication to training and achieving very high attendance'.
In addition to these certificates she received a shield for various achievements including wearing the correct uniform at all times and showing respect to the relevant adults'. Well done Daisy!
Saturday, 17th November
At the weekend Léonie was the Devon County Sportshall Champion in 1 lap. She also came 4th in 1 lap hurdles and won a Bronze medal in 2 laps. Well done Léonie.
Saturday, 10th November
Jack competed in the team event at the British Gymnastics National Competition in Birmingham at the weekend. He won Silver as part of the South West Team. He also came 23rd out of 63 competitors. Well done Jack.
Sunday, 7th October
Max and Oliver helped to 'raise smiles for Bubble Rush' in aid of the Children's Hospice South West by jogging 1.5 miles and 3 miles respectively. Well done.
Well done to Oliver and Lucas who completed the Tour De Moor at the weekend.
Alfie won 'Man of the Match' in the Under 10 Football league. Well done Alfie.
Jack entered the South West Club Grade qualification for Gymnastics and won a silver medal for his age group. He will now compete for the South West.
Well done Jack!