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Red Nose Day

Every year, we like to mark Red Nose Day as this is an important charity helping those in need, including the homeless and those facing hunger through financial hardship. This year, we dressed up as superheroes (this was open to…

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Children’s Ward Gifts

Every class at our school is involved in a community linked project this year. Not only do we feel there is a need for such community spirited action but we also know that this will help our children develop the life values that we hold…

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Persuasive Community Work!

During Year 6’s English topic this half-term, we have been looking at the heroic acts of Mother Teresa, Nelson Mandela and, more recently, Marcus Rashford. His efforts to change the lives of young people have inspired us to make…

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Remembrance Day

Like organisations, businesses and schools all across the country, we held a two minute silence at 11:00 on the 11th November for Remembrance Day. On the day before, every class held an assembly including age appropriate videos and…

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Magistrates in Year 6

The Magistrates visited Violet Class and discussed many aspects of the law including legal processes familiar and unfamiliar to the children. We also set up the classroom like a court and held a trial following a script and with nominated roles such as prosecutor and defence lawyers, defendant, witness and…

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Children In Need

We have been healthily raising money for this important national charity which helps children access experiences, support and sports. The children have learnt about the work of the charity through short video clips and been practising…

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Remembrance

As a school, we always mark Remembrance Day in an age appropriate manner. In school this means discussing the past, understanding the symbol of the poppy, looking at the support undertaken by The Royal British Legion and taking part in…

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Diwali

This week, the children have been learning about the Hindu festival of Diwali - the festival of light - celebrated by millions around the World. Having listened to the story of the Ramayana, the children identified messages which…

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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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