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Climate Friendly School

In assemblies we have been looking at how we can become a more climate friendly school. As school leaders we have initiated a survey or our building to see where we can more efficient with regard to heating and lighting and with the…

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Orange Class Assembly

Linked to their topic Hot or Not?', Orange Class treated us to a fact filled and engaging assembly linking all the different aspects of their learning. They demonstrated the art skills they have developed in mixing colours and sketching…

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School Council

Our School Council have been busy at the start of 2020 with two main projects in the pipeline - both linked to being a climate friendly school. The children are working with the catering team to create 'single-use plastic' free packed…

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Print Club

The children have been experimenting with different materials and techniques in order to create a piece of art. They are enjoying using the rollers, getting the ink just right for printing and then seeing the results - everyone unique -…

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Lancaster Canal

Green Class had an excellent trip along the Lancaster Canal to the Lune Aqueduct to celebrate Lancaster Canal's bicentenary. This was organised by the Canal and River Trust who approached us as a local school to work with. It was most…

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Go Green at University

Indigo Class got to 'Go Green' at Lancaster University. It was a great opportunity to build on the school council's work on reducing plastic waste and allowed us to revisit our learning on food production with some fantastic first-hand…

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Wormery

We had lots of engaged learners in Yellow Class making a wormery from recycled materials. We used a 2 litre plastic bottle, sharp sand, compost and lots of water. We all had a turn helping to make it. We had to put the sand and compost…

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Orange Class Assembly

Thank you to the performers in Orange Class who treated us to an assembly about 'The Great Outdoors'. This has been their topic this half term and they have taken their learning beyond the classroom including a trip to Lowther Castle as…

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Leighton Moss

To begin our fantastic topic this half-term, Blue class visited Leighton Moss RSPB Nature Reserve. Our day started ¬†with a quick train journey to Silverdale, then investigated the pond habitat for invertebrates. We found many amazing…

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Beach Clean

Members of our School Council have been meeting with other children from local schools under the Pupil Parliament initiative. They have been discussing the use of plastic and its damage to both our local and the global environment. As…

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