Artwork of the week

This week, Louis’s amazing painting is Artwork of the week. Louis is always very humble about his work and I was stunned when I saw the quality of his ducks painting. Well done Louis, we are very proud of you.

Year 11 Art Trip

On January 30th, Year 11 GCSE Art students visited RAMM in Exeter for a day of observation drawing as part of their GCSE Exam preparation. We all had an enjoyable, productive day; well done Year 11! Mrs K NosedaHead of

Library displays

Mrs Sauerzapf our librarian has made some fantastic displays in the library. Pop along and have a look! The world map highlighting the ‘cultural capital’ of reading. Time to read ~ the library clock. BookFlix ~ speaks for itself. What

Student of the week

Éowyn has been awarded Student of the Week. She was nominated by her English teacher Miss White: Éowyn is always extremely conscientious in English lessons and reads extensively – this is reflected in her excellent progress. During group work Éowyn

Artwork of the week

Jolyon  has been selected for Work of the Week because of his determination, effort and creative skill in improving his sketch book pages. His work demonstrates how to beautifully work across two pages and use all the space on a

Student of the week

  Ollie came across an accident in town earlier this week, where a cyclist had be knocked off their bike. Ollie was very calm and helpful, supporting the cyclist and the driver. Later ensuring the cyclist’s wife was able to

Artwork of the week

Artwork of the week goes to Chelsi Vellacott, 10 Drake for her excellent portrait of Lauren Petherick. We have been learning how to do a detailed tonal pencil drawing in art lessons over a period of several weeks. I am

Random Acts of Kindness

There have been lots of nominations over the last couple of months and some stood out as being extra special. SEPTEMBER/OCTOBER: Lily nominated by another student “cutting her hair off for charity” Josh nominated by another student “helping a new

Christmas Carol Concert

Please join us for festive carols, mince pies and mulled wine at St Mary Magdalene’s church, South Molton. Free entry. Doors open from 6.45pm for a 7pm start