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  • Archaeological Dig

    Published 27/04/17

    Children in Upper Dart took part in an archaeological dig near Trendlebeare Down as part of the Moor Than Meets the Eye project.

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  • Red Nose Day

    Published 24/03/17

    Red Nose Day was celebrated in school with a Bake Sale, thank you to everyone who contributed, we raised £91.00.

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  • Nature Day

    Published 14/03/17

    Children from Reception to Year 3 enjoyed a wonderful Nature Day at the River Dart Country Park

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  • Exeter Cathedral Concert

    Published 14/03/17

    Well done to members of the school choir who took part in the Exeter Cathedral Concert on Saturday.

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  • Body Language

    Published 24/02/17

    UPPER DART BODY LANGUAGE

    Tuesday 28th February at SDCC from 1-8pm

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  • OFSTED INSPECTION

    Published 20/02/17

    OFSTED INSPECTION TUESDAY 21ST FEBRUARY

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  • Half Term

    Published 09/02/17

    Half Term Monday 13th to Friday 17th February (inclusive)

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  • Egyptian Day

    Published 20/01/17

    On Friday 27th January, Steve Manning, storyteller, enthralled the children as he became Howard Carter, who discovered the tomb of Tutenkhamun.

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  • Nativity

    Published 20/12/16

    Webburn performed their Nativity at South Dartmoor and are repeating their performance in Church at 2pm on Tuesday 20th December

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  • Art Exhibition in Church

    Published 09/12/16

    Art Exhibition in Church from 9th December

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  • Carols on Tour

    Published 07/10/16

    Lily, Hope, Polly and Cosmo joined children from all the Academy schools taking part in Carols on Tour.  They sang at Newton Abbot Library,  Tesco and in Bovey Tracey town centre.

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  • Widecombe Cycling Club (WCC)

    Published 23/09/16

    Ceri got the Widecombe Cycle Club (WCC) underway today with timed laps, a fun obstacle course and, of course, places on the straw bale podium! The riders looked as though they thoroughly enjoyed themselves. This is all good preparation for the upcoming Stover competition.

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