Dulverton Weir & Leat Project
Dulverton Junior School has become an Academic Associate of the Dulverton Weir & Leat Project. In the next few months pupils from years 5 and 6 will be carrying out academic research on the weir and leat watermill system as part of their studies
If you are a parent or carer, we hope you will find the web links below useful.
Henry Leigh Withypool Education Trust
Anyone under the age of 25 who is either a past or present pupil of Exford First School or Winsford First School or lives in the parishes of Withypool and Hawkridge, Exford, Winsford and Exmoor (Simonsbath) can apply for a grant. Grants have been given towards the cost of a very wide range of activities and items to promote the education of young people in the area. They have so far included school trips in the UK and abroad, laptops and computers, driving tests and lessons (including tractor and trailer tests), music lessons (guitar, recorder, piano, drums), singing and dance lessons, football lessons, riding lessons, books, materials and equipment for college courses (including cameras, protective clothing), Maths and English lessons, chainsaw training and computer evening classes and other expenses involved in widening young peoples horizons or helping them achieve qualifications.
Think U Know
CEOP's Think U Know website contains information for parents, children and teachers. It is run by the Child Exploitation & Online Protection Centre which is part of the Police.
BBC's internet information site. This site covers all sorts of topics from child internet safety to online banking and shopping.
Know IT All Website
Childnet's award winning site with lots of information for parents and children.
South West Grid for Learning advice for parents and young people on internet use.
Articles written by practising teachers designed to help with the education of your child.
The latest and widest range of public service information from the UK government.
Practical tips on helping with children's school work.
THE national directory of services aimed at parents