The children of the Pre-prep and Nursery have reached a staggering total of £921.10 for Children's Hospice South West, that gives so much support and care to children who are terminally ill and their families.
The children not only came to school in casuals, but they had a fun afternoon working in teams to complete a series of challenging activities against the clock.
Thanks go to all the children who participated for their smiley participation and endless energy, and to their parents for collecting so many sponsors.
Congratulations to Year 10 Charlotte Turner who has Qualified for the Senior National British Showjumping Championships to be held at Addington Manor, Buckinghamshire next weekend.
Charlotte and her horse Trick or Treat 111 will also be competing at the BS Blue Chip Championships at Hartbury College in the Easter holidays having successfully qualified for three championships at this prestigious show.
Prep Two got a taste of Victorian life last week when they visited the Martine Museum in Appledore.
The children spent the morning pretending to be Victorian children, which included wearing Victorian clothes, using slate to do their work, using quill pens and dipping them in ink and even finding out what it was like being faced with the cane!!
They made comparisons between their own childhood and those of the Victorian children.
After lunch they explored the Museum looking at the artefacts and finding out about what happened locally in the past.
West Buckland U13 Mixed and U16 Girls gymnastics teams represented the South West in the National Finals in Stoke-on-Trent at the weekend.
As well as it being a fantastic achievement to reach the National Finals, Year 8 Charlie McClure managed an excellent 5th on the vault on the vault and Year 9 Mia Morris mirrored that with a 5th place on the vault in the U16 age group.
This was especially good considering that Mia is two years younger than the age group that she was competing in.
Well done to all the team and many thanks to Miss Venner for her time and commitment with our gymnasts.