THE annual school play is likely to be a major highlight in the life of Year 6 pupils at West Down Primary School.
All of the final year pupils are looking forward to going on to secondary school, though their time at West Down has been thoroughly enjoyable.
They were full of praise for the school's beautiful countryside location, too.
Sidney Baldaro, 10, said: "I like going to school in Devon because it's not really busy all the time."
Hannah Alexander, 10, said: "People who live in the area can just walk to school; it's so much easier. We can all meet up and you always see people you know."
Elena Espinosa Cabrera, 10, said: "It's right down the road and it's nice and quiet."
Jack Williams, 10, said: "Mr Spelman is a really good teacher; he's really funny and he's the best teacher I've ever had."
Each of the Year 6 pupils seemed equally eager and excited to move on to secondary school. However, the annual play at their primary school is likely to remain a fond memory as it has proved to be a favourite among the pupils.
Hannah Alexander said: "We do a play each year, and this year because we're in Year 6, we all get the lead parts.
"Last year we did Robin Hood and the year before we did Treasure Island. I can't wait to see what we'll be doing this time."
Class teacher Tim Spelman said: "The play is always a favourite part for the pupils here, as they get to perform in the Landmark Theatre in Ilfracombe."
The pupils at West Down previously visited Stowford Meadows for an overnight camping trip and there are plans to return there for a longer visit.
More trips are lined up for this final year. Mr Spelman added: "We went to London last year which was brilliant and visited the London Eye, Tower of London and went on a cruise on the Thames.
"We're also hoping to take the pupils to Exeter before Christmas to visit places of worship. We'll be visiting synagogues, mosques and the cathedral and we'll be speaking to faith leaders."