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Preston Mosque

Indigo and Yellow Classes had a brilliant time visiting a local mosque in Preston as part of our religious education. We were welcomed by the Imam and volunteers, who gave us a fascinating tour of the mosque and insights in to the…

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Hindu Temple

Orange Class have had such an amazing time learning about Hinduism!  They visited the Gujarat Hindu Temple in Preston and learnt all about the Hindu way of life, their beliefs and their values.  They have also been learning about the…

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Mandarin at the Noodle Bar

As part of learning Mandarin in Key Stage 2, the children in Year 6 have visited a local restaurant for their lunch. Having learnt phrases and studied food types in the classroom, the children were keen to demonstrate their language…

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Buddhist Temple

Year 4 had a fantastic time visiting the Buddhist Temple in Ulverston. It was a really interesting trip where the children were given the opportunity to act out the story of where Buddhism originated from, each playing a part. We…

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High Sheriff

Yellow and Blue Class were invited as representatives of a local school to The Priory to watch a special service - The Shield Hanging of the High Sheriff of Lancashire. At the service, not only did the children get a brilliant view from…

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Councillor Dowding

Earlier this year, Indigo class wrote persuasive letters to encourage the council to do more to support safe cycling in the local area. As a keen cyclist, Councillor Dowding was incredibly supportive and listened and responded to the…

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Amazon Detectives

Acting as geography detectives, Indigo Class have explored aerial photographs of the Amazon Basin to discover evidence of deforestation. They have then built their arguments around the consequences of deforestation in the Amazon through…

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Red Nose Day

Thank you to all the mums, dads and carers who have helped raise over £300 for the charity Comic Relief. This charity performs great work both nationally and internationally and you can find out what they do…

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Chinese New Year Parade

As a grand finale to our Chinese New Year learning, we held a parade to drive away any evil spirits and to bring good luck to our school. Children banged the drums they had designed and built, waved banners with phrases and symbols on,…

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Confucius Institute

Thank you to the four volunteers from the Confucius Institute who joined us to help us learn more about Chinese New Year. As well as giving us more background in Chinese festivals and geography, the children across Key Stage 2 learnt…

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