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A Kingsteignton business, Eatons Patisserie, have very kindly sponsored new House Boards at Teign School to promote inter-house competition and record achievements. Sue Ball, from Eatons Pattisserie, visited Teign School on Tuesday and met with the Headteacher, Suzannah Wharf and some members of the Student Council.
We had a fantastic whole school Enrichment Day yesterday! The students were able to take part in many different activities to help enrich their learning experiences.
6th Form – Independent Living (included self-defence, cooking, finance)
Year 11 - Work Preparation Day (workshop with local employers and mock interviews) and Study Skills
Year 10 – Day of Difference (exploring how we deal with other people’s differences)
Year 9 – Talk the Talk (developing students listening and speaking skills)
Year 8 – Visited the National Marine Aquarium
Year 7 – Safer Internet Day (students explored how to stay safe online)
More photos to follow
REMINDER - Skip-a-thon – this Thursday and Friday Lunchtime
We have decided to take part in a Skip-a-thon to raise funds for South West Rotary Youth Games, which takes place in Dawlish on 7th July this year. The Skip-a-thon will take place during lunchtimes on Thursday 8th February (Years 7 & 8) and Friday 9th February (Years 9, 10 and 11). Staff and 6th form will also be joining in on both days.
Participants are not required to wear full PE kit but will need their trainers. Skipping will take place in House areas in the Sports Hall (House mates will swap in and out of the skipping zone throughout the lunch break). The cost of participation is £1 per student and every student who skips will receive 5 epraise points.
Please encourage your child to take part to improve their fitness, gain epraise points and have some fun for a good cause.
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RT @TeignSchoolPE: Slow-mo action from the sports leaders event... leaders & students showing off their skills. https://t.co/cQTDwmrcM6
Slow-mo action from the sports leaders event... leaders & students showing off their skills. pic.twitter.com/cQTDwmrcM6— TeignSchoolPE (@TeignSchoolPE) January 29, 2018
This week, Year 7 Geographers visited the Eden Project as part of their Unit on Rainforest Ecosystems. They learned about the importance of the rainforest to our lives by visiting the rainforest biome; their experience will form part of an assessment back in school. https://t.co/FLwdPJ0rsK