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Welcome to Burrator!

 

Our topic this term is:  The Vikings.

 

Monday 19th November, 2018

 

Thought for the week:

 

"Failure will never overtake me if my determination to succeed is strong enough."                                                                                                                                                         Og Mandino

 

Homework:

  1. Read every evening and record it in my reading diary.
  2. Learn my spellings and complete two spelling activities.
  3. Complete the Topic task by Monday, 3rd December.

                                                                                                        

 

 

Weekly Spellings

 

Group One and Group Two have the same spellings this week.

 

community communicate committee competition
cemetery conscience category correspond
controversy curiosity    
       

 

 

Group Two

 

       
       
       

 

 Awards and Nominations for Monday, 19th November:

 

Progress Cup:  Nathan

Courtesy Cup:   Sammy

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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.

 

September 2018

Well done to Oliver and Lucas who completed the Tour De Moor at the weekend.

 

September 2018

Alfie won 'Man of the Match' in the Under 10 Football league.  Well done Alfie.

 

September 2018

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!

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