St Wilfrid’s School Newsletter: September 2018

September 2018 Newsletter Did you like this? Share it:Tweet

5 Star Young Writer’s School

Well done to all our pupils, a fantastic achievement. Did you like this? Share it:Tweet

Grandparents Day

Thank you all the grandparents that came to celebrate their special day at St Wilfrid’s. They were treated to tea, coffee, cake and biscuits and enjoyed the pupils recitals of their favourite Grandparent memory, the Grandparents song and toys from childhood. Thank you to all the grandparents that make our lives so special. Did you […]

St Wilfrid’s Day

We celebrated St Wilfrid’s Day with a Eucharist at St David’s Church. Reverend Nigel’s sermon gave us a great insight into Wilfrid’s life, with the clear message of perseverance and accepting that not everyone is perfect. Thank you Reverend Nigel for a truly inspirational service. Did you like this? Share it:Tweet

Tag Rugby Vs Bramdean

To finish this half term, some of the lower school played Bramdean in a Tag rugby fixture. This was very competitive and the pupils demonstrated all the skills they have been learning in Tag Rugby club. Well done to all that took part and thank you to Bramdean for being great hosts.   Did you […]


This term the owls are looking at desserts. They’ve made brownies, white chocolate cheesecake, caramelised apple and blackberry crumble, cinnamon rolls and a vegan friendly coconut freezer cake. I think you’ll agree, they look delicious! Did you like this? Share it:Tweet

Martial Arts

Martial Arts for the Lower School began today. An emphasis on self defence for the Pre-Prep and Jiu Jitsu for the Hawks and Owls. Did you like this? Share it:Tweet

Pre-Prep’s Charlie & Lola Display Board

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Food technology

The Owls whipped up a storm in the kitchen today. They each created their favourite starter. This is part of our food technology curriculum. Did you like this? Share it:Tweet

The Hawks visit Exeter High Street

The Hawks visited Exeter High Street to see the different type of shops available. The Hawks went into Toymaster, Rymans, Warrens Bakery, Waterstones and Smiggle. Whilst in the shops the pupils made a list of the items that each shop sells. These items will then form the basis of an extended, independent writing piece. The […]