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    Burrington C of E Primary News

    News Section for Burrington C of E Primary School
    • Mix on the Move

      As you know, the whole school trundled off to Tapeley Park last Wednesday, despite the rain, and had a lovely day! What super views we had from the grounds over Appledore, Instow and Braunton Burrows. We could even see Saunton Sands Hotel, but alas Ollie Murrs wasn't there.

    • Swimming

      The swimming is going well, with confidence building up every week.

    • Church Open Day

      We were lucky enough to visit the church a couple of weeks ago to look at the Tythe Map of the Burrington area.

    • Eden Project

      Class 2 and Izzie trundled off through more country lanes than I've ever seen before on our trusty minibus and arrived just after 10am for a fun filled day at Eden.

    • Swimming

      We started our swimming sessions last week at South Molton pool.

    • Churchyard Survey

      This week Class 2 have been beavering away in the church yard, recording and photographing the graves and entering them into a database for the village records.

    • PGL Residential

      Class Two have had an amazing week at PGL, Torquay. 

    • Class One Surgery

      The children have been enjoying the new ‘Pet Shop’ and ‘Vet’ role play areas, which they have created. 


    • Lifeguard visit

      The Lifeguards visit last week was a great success. The children learned a huge amount about beach and water safety, with lots of tricks and tips to help keep them safe.


    • Bikeability

      On the Thursday before the Easter holiday, Abi and Felix underwent their Bikeability Level 2 training and passed with flying colours.


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