'Pupils make good and sometimes outstanding progress because they are taught well.' Read how good Doddi School is in our latest Ofsted report

Our recent Ofsted inspection was on the 24th and 25th September 2013. We were
visited by one inspector for the two days, who watched lessons, looked at our attainment
data and spoke with staff, pupils and parents. He judged the school to be good with the
behaviour and safety of pupils being outstanding. We feel his report is very positive and
acknowledges many of the good things we do as a school. Some of his comments were;
· Pupils make good and sometimes outstanding progress because they are taught
well.
· Teaching is consistently good with some that is outstanding.
· Teachers have high expectations and pupils respond to these by working hard.

School Council Meeting, October 2014

The School Council have had their second meeting of the school year.  Click on the link below to read the minutes from this meeting.

Tue, 21/10/2014 (All day)

Doddi does The Great West Run Schools Challenge

19 fabulous runners from school ran the last mile of their Great West Run School Challenge this morning. They received a medal and goody bag for their hard work, but more importantly they finished their half marathon. Well done to all who took part. Every one ran well - what a fabulous achievement. You should all be very proud of yourself.

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Sun, 19/10/2014 (All day)

This week's newsletter

This week's newsletter and also the labels for shoe boxes.

Harvest at Doddi School, October 2014

We celebrated Harvest with help from the Doddi Friends who provided a fantastic breakfast of croissants and pain au chocolat.  Mrs Evans' class then led the harvest assembly and told the rest of school and parents all about the Jewish festival of sukkot.  We also sang some great harvest songs including 'Big Red Combine Harvester' (our favourite!)

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Fri, 17/10/2014 (All day)

Big Write Task, October 2014

This week's Big Write is all about what might happen in our little school when everyone has gone home!  Click on the link below to read more.

Thu, 16/10/2014 (All day)

Newsletter of 10th October 2014

How to help your child with Big Write activities

Thu, 09/10/2014 (All day)

Neolithic Pottery Session, October 2014

Mrs McManus took the Key Stage 2 children to Teign School to work with Mrs Kay in the Art Department.  They learnt how to make Neolithic coil pots from terracotta clay.  First, they made lots of long, clay worms and a circular base.  They then coiled the worms around the base and up into a pot shape and smoothed the coils together to form a smooth surface.  Finally, they scratched geometric designs onto the outside of the pot to decorate it.  The pots will now dry and then be fired in a kiln.  They can't wait to see the finished results!

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Wed, 08/10/2014 (All day)

Big Write Task, October 2014

The second Big Write task of the year is now on the website.  The children will need to gather information about themselves so that they can write a letter during the Big Write session on Friday.  The finished letters will then be sent to the pupils of our partner school in Malawi.  The children do not need to write the letter at home - this will be done at school - but they will need to write notes to help them with the task.  They should rehearse the letter orally with an adult at home as part of the homework.  Please click on the link below to

Sat, 04/10/2014 (All day)
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