In light of the COVID-19 pandemic, the school is currently implementing a comprehensive online academic programme for all of our students, using Microsoft Teams. Our aim is to continue to provide this until such time as we are able to open again.
Our Admissions office is still open for enquiries for September 2020 and beyond.
The school will continue to support the North Devon community through provision of PPE and practical help, as long as it is needed.
Since the start of the Summer Term, Prep School pupils have been learning in a range of different ways.
Prep 4 have been making bird boxes during their DT lessons, as part of the WBS emphasis on the environment and helping to preserve our wildlife. They are learning to measure the necessary wood and use woodwork tools, and look forward to seeing their boxes up in the trees.
As part of their learning about food and nutrition, Prep 4 made their own blend of summer fruits into smoothies. The results were more popular than their previous concoctions based on George’s Marvellous Medicine!
In another strand to learning about ecology, wildlife and plant species at West Buckland School, Prep 5 spent time dissecting flowers to understand how plants are constructed.
Prep 2 decided to take advantage of the beautiful weather to take their maths outside. The class are learning about measuring, so they practised running for 10 seconds and measured how far their partner could run in metres and centimetres. No sprinting records were broken but the children now feel more confident about measuring and recording results.