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The Lampard Community School

The Lampard Community School

School Blog

We will be updating this section during residentials, project weeks and with other news throughout the year.

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  • 10/01/19

    Choir Christmas Performances

    Our school choir were invited to perform at Clayfield Residential Care Home and Newport Church as part of their Christmas celebrations. Our students performed beautifully and represented the school brilliantly.
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  • 23/11/18

    Fantastic Beasts

        Waldon class visited RHS Rosemoor where they had a session with their education team on minibeasts. After the session was finished Waldon class went to the woodland area to hunt for minibeasts. They then discovered more about the minibeasts they had found and also drew pi...
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  • 27/09/18

    Torridge Class - Quince Honey Farm

    Torridge class have had a wonderful visit to Quince Honey Farm. We tasted different types of honey and made our own candles from bees wax. We also got to touch lots of creepy crawlies, like giant snails and made a bug hotel. The best part was jarring our own honey and playing in the big soft play ar...
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  • 05/07/18

    Torridge Class - Iron Man

    This term Torridge Class have been reading Iron Man by Ted Hughes. It has produced some wonderful creative writing and some enormous models!  
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  • 27/06/18

    Venn’s trip to Lynton and Lynmouth

    In the Wider World (TWW) our topic has been natural disasters and so on Thursday 7th June, Venn explored Lynton and Lynmouth to research the Lynmouth flood disaster of 1952. We had a great day, finding out lots of facts that we could use in class and will be comparing this flood to the Boscastle...
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  • 26/06/18

    Torridge Trip to Appledore and Westward Ho!

    This week Torridge visited Appledore and Westward Ho! We enjoyed catching some enormous crabs on Appledore Quay and eating our Hockings ice-creams in the sun. Our class feel very strongly about plastic pollution, so we led our own Beach Clean at Westward Ho! We found lots of plastic rubbish, i...
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  • 21/06/18


    Our performance of Grease was a roaring success! We received such kind and supportive comments and the performance was enjoyed by many. Thank you to everyone who donated to the Upper School prom - we raised £54.87! Also a massive thank you to the students and staff involved in putting on th...
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  • 15/06/18

    Tanglewood Project - Friday 8th June

    Students have been working hard over the last half term to begin the clearing work and build for the new shelter. Students from across the school have been out with The Tanglewood project and have prepared the wood to begin the build. We have also developed some other areas of the Forest School t...
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  • 11/05/18

    Tanglewood Project

    A few weeks ago the school was lucky enough to have a grant awarded by The National Lottery. The money is going to go towards improving the current seating and fire pit area that was built several years ago with bits and pieces that were donated. The build will provide us with a solid wooden stru...
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  • 01/05/18

    Boston Tea Party - Art Display

    We are proud to say that some of our students art work is currently on display at Boston Tea Party, Barnstaple. We hope you all get a chance to visit and see the wonderful work.
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  • 23/03/18

    Middle School CAD - Spring Term

    In Middle School this term, the CAD Technology topic has been Puppet making with a focus on students selecting tools.   The classes have made a range of puppets, we explored sock puppets, finger puppets, hand puppets and shadow puppets.   It’s been great fun to get creati...
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  • 15/03/18

    Burton Art Gallery Exhibition

    Students from Lampard have had their work on display in The Burton Art Gallery in Bideford during February as part of the School Exhibition. The School was awarded a Certificate of Merit (awarded for a specific unit of work) for the Upper School Portrait Work and Still Images, by the organisers...
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