We know that lots of you are very busy out of school.
It is exciting to hear what you have been up to and to share your achievements with the rest of the school community.
Well done to Lewis for winning top goal scorer, top midfielder, and being a squad member for the Wellington Under 9s at Wellington Football Club. What an amazing footballer you must be. Congratulations!
Well done to Megan who has been achieving great things at tennis again. Here she is with her latest tennis medals.
A huge well done to Rebecca and Stephanie who went to the North Devon dance festival and won a huge number of prizes. They are part of a dance school, and they competed on their own in solos as well as in group dances. Rebecca won 3 golds, a silver and a bronze, and Stephanie won a gold, a silver and a bronze. As you can see from the photos, they are very talented as well as versatile! Good luck at your next competition, and in the meantime, enjoy your dancing, girls! Well done.
Megan has been busy again - this time she has done some long distance swimming. Well done Megan.
Well done Megan, who won player of the week at Wellington Tennis Club. Keep up the good work, Megan.
Well done to Alfie, who has achieved his 10m swimming certificate and badge. We look forward to seeing your next swimming achievement Alfie!
James has been away at a special camp - all the children at the camp have either had, or are waiting for, kidney transplants. The camp was 5 days long and James did many, many activities, from canoeing to orienteering, not forgetting the water slide!
A massive well done to Bryony, who won a 'Young Star of the Future' award. She was awarded it for doing Peter Pan with Bradford Players. She played Michael Darling, which was a big part for her age. Out of 23 pantomimes, 4 people were awarded a certificate. In addition to this, Bryony also got an award from her director for her achievement. Watch out for Bryony in forthcoming productions.....
Well done to Rosie, who has been awarded her level 6 in trampolining. In order to get this award, Rosie had to show that she could do a full twist, a front landing onto her feet, a pike jump, a forward roll, a seat landing half twist to feet, a seat landing - half twist to feet - seat landing - to feet, as well a s a routine. As you can see from all that, she worked really hard to gain this award. Keep it up Rosie.
Well done to Grace who has just received her Stage 5 swimming award. She now gets to wear a purple swimming hat! To be awarded her Stage 5, Grace had to practice her breast stroke, butterfly and dolphin wiggle. She also had to do some diving and go to the bottom of the deep end.
Oliver has just played a football tournament in Minehead as part of Bishops Lydeard U8s team. His team won the first game, which was the semi-final 4-1, and they went on to win the final 5-4 in extra time! Oliver scored the winning goal and his team won this enormous shield, and they keep it for a year. The little trophy is Oliver's to keep forever! Well done Oliver.
Thomas has been on a 'Young Shots' day, organised by Abbey Ling who represents Great Britain all over the world at shooting. Thomas spent the day doing clay shooting, air rifle shooting, archery, falconry, gundog training and hide building. He had a fabulous day and when he got home, he made himself a momento using his woodworking kit and some empty 410 shotgun cartridges.
Well done to Jonathon, who completed a 6km night run at the weekend. It was run by the National Trust and Jonathon really enjoyed it. He hopes to do another one before too long and was keen to share with us that his medal glows in the dark! Well done Jonathon.