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Green TIME Project

Having worked with an artist, a musician, an actor and a film producer, the talented actors of Green Class have created wonderful puppets, composed music, learnt acting skills and made story-boards for a film called The Recycled man.…

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Morecambe Beach

Yellow Class had an amazing time at the beach in the sunshine this week. As well as learning about and observing the features of seaside towns and beaches (such as the stone jetty, fish and chips and souvenir shops) , we also had great…

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RSPB Leighton Moss

Blue Class had a fabulous day exploring a jewel of a local nature reserve RSPB Leighton Moss. They were brilliantly taught by the RSPB staff and the children learnt a lot about animals - in particular invertebrates - in pond and orchard…

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United Utilities

Year 4 enjoyed an insightful, engaging and fact filled session with staff from United Utilities. This creative approach to learning fit with their geography and science based topic on water. It looked at the water cycle, water usage…

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Farleton Knott

First day back and first adventure of the half-term for Indigo Class. We had a fantastic day climbing Farelton Knott as part of our PE and geography learning. The children worked brilliantly together to walk, climb and scramble up the…

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Jungle Art

What wonderful pieces of art our children have produced as part of their science and geography rich topic The Rainforest. Indigo Class have been influenced by the artist Henri Rousseau to create vivid green background scenes of the…

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Bring Yer Wellies

Yellow Class had a fantastic time on our trip to Bring Yer Wellies (https://www.bringyerwellies.co.uk/) this week! We learnt lots about plants and each planted a peppermint and spearmint plant. We even learnt a recipe for making mint…

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Messy Maps

This week in Orange Class, we have been developing our map reading and geography skills.  First, we learnt how to recognise the features on a map and then we used 3D objects to create our own 'messy maps' of Lancaster.  This will help…

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Mountain Art

Indigo Class have been exploring a range of different styles and mediums in their art lessons. They have been combining this with their geography based learning about mountains (their Edmund Hillary writing and mountain poems are well…

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Meerkat Enclosures

Having enjoyed reading and basing their writing on Emily Gravett's brilliant book 'Meerkat Mail', the children in Yellow Class have been using our outdoor areas to create meerkat enclosures. Having learning key facts about where they…

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