Cogden Class

Cogden class, named after another beautiful local beach, is the home for Year 3 and Year 4. The class is led by Mrs Anna Seal and Mrs Louise Greenham.

The move to Cogden Class and the start of Key Stage 2 is a significant milestone and much work is undertaken in Year 2 to ensure pupils make a smooth transition into this next stage of their school life. As with all classes, pupils enjoy a varied curriculum…and with Mrs Seal also being the Forest School Lead for the school, you can be sure to see Cogden taking their learning outside at any opportunity!

Recent Learning

KS2 Sports Day July 6th 2022

KS2 Sports Day July 6th 2022

After a reschedule due to the weather, the KS2 sports day got underway with a series of races. The egg and potato races…. The sack race… Skipping… And the flat race…. All watched by a supportive crowd of parents and other family members. Then came the team games The...

Using Scratch

Using Scratch

We had fun presenting our names on Scratch today.  We investigated sounds, background, sizing, effects and colour all through coding. Zoom in to read the names! 

Quad kids 28.6.22

Quad kids 28.6.22

On a blustery June afternoon children were selected to compete in the athletics competition at Colfox School. 4 boys and 4 girls made up the team. They took part in some running… Some throwing and jumping…… And then we waited for the results. Congratulations, Phoebe!...

Belle, the ex-police dog

Belle, the ex-police dog

Cogden had a fluffy visitor this week in the form of Belle! She is an ex police dog and belongs to our governor Wendy and is very good at listening to children read! They all had fun reading aloud to a very patient Belle who was interested in everything from Harry...

KS2 trip to Exeter mosque

KS2 trip to Exeter mosque

After our visit to the cathedral, we walked to the other end of the city to visit the mosque. It was a fascinating contrast to the cathedral. Before we entered the building, the girls covered their heads with a headscarf as a mark of respect to the Muslim god, Allah....

KS2 trip to Exeter Cathedral

KS2 trip to Exeter Cathedral

We spent a wonderful day on Monday 13th June 2022. On a lovely, warm summer’s day we began our visit at the Cathedral. We began with a look at the outside, noticing the statues of kings and saints. We heard about the gruesome story of St Bartholemew and why St Peter...

KS2 Sports Day July 6th 2022

KS2 Sports Day July 6th 2022

After a reschedule due to the weather, the KS2 sports day got underway with a series of races. The egg and potato races…. The sack race… Skipping… And the flat race…. All watched by a supportive crowd of parents and other family members. Then came the team games The...

Using Scratch

Using Scratch

We had fun presenting our names on Scratch today.  We investigated sounds, background, sizing, effects and colour all through coding. Zoom in to read the names! 

Quad kids 28.6.22

Quad kids 28.6.22

On a blustery June afternoon children were selected to compete in the athletics competition at Colfox School. 4 boys and 4 girls made up the team. They took part in some running… Some throwing and jumping…… And then we waited for the results. Congratulations, Phoebe!...

Belle, the ex-police dog

Belle, the ex-police dog

Cogden had a fluffy visitor this week in the form of Belle! She is an ex police dog and belongs to our governor Wendy and is very good at listening to children read! They all had fun reading aloud to a very patient Belle who was interested in everything from Harry...

KS2 trip to Exeter mosque

KS2 trip to Exeter mosque

After our visit to the cathedral, we walked to the other end of the city to visit the mosque. It was a fascinating contrast to the cathedral. Before we entered the building, the girls covered their heads with a headscarf as a mark of respect to the Muslim god, Allah....

KS2 trip to Exeter Cathedral

KS2 trip to Exeter Cathedral

We spent a wonderful day on Monday 13th June 2022. On a lovely, warm summer’s day we began our visit at the Cathedral. We began with a look at the outside, noticing the statues of kings and saints. We heard about the gruesome story of St Bartholemew and why St Peter...