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Creativity Week

It has felt a good, but busy few weeks with many sporting fixtures and matches. Today is no exception with Year 6 out at an indoor rowing competition this morning, and all of KS2 involved in matches against West Buckland…

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Sporting Success

The wonderful thing about Friday’s Celebration Assembly in Prep School is we all get to share in everyone’s successes, and over the last few weeks, there have been some outstanding sporting achievements to celebrate. Last week we had the Junior…

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Bring your family to lunch

Today is the start of bringing your family (mums, dads, grandparents) to lunch, with the Reception class enjoying their family joining them for lunch today. It is so lovely to be able to invite families to come and share a…

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EDUKID

  It was lovely to receive a letter this week from Edukid to inform and thank us as a whole school community that we had raised £441.39 for their charity. This was raised from the various Christmas events, such as…

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RESPECT

Happy New Year I’m sure you have participated in many discussions regarding New Year’s resolutions, and may have even made some yourself, and perhaps already broken a few! Every term Kingsley Prep School have a theme running through the term.…

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Cross Country – Bideford

I really enjoyed attending the Instow Cross Country event with all the Junior School pupils yesterday at Bideford College playing fields.  Part of that was being able to chat to the children as we walked them across and back, but…

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From little acorns..

In today’s assembly I asked the pupil’s to think about how oak trees can live for over a thousand years; and so if an old oak tree could talk, what might it be able to tell us about how the…

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Pancake Skills

I love Pancake Day! A real chance to show off my cooking skills to the children. To some extent, the mere spectacle of the Headmaster making a mess with flour, eggs and milk to make batter, and then sending pancakes…

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The Hare and the Tortoise

  In assembly, on Monday we talked about the tortoise and the hare – how sometimes slow and steady is a better approach than rushing to the end and allowing complacency to get in the way of attention to detail.…

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