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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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Borwick Hall

Thank you to all the staff and the governors for organising for every class to spend a day at Borwick Hall Outdoor Centre. This has been a great experience and a really effective way of bringing the class together after so long apart.…

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10 ideas for developing map skills.

Aerial View: Ask the children to draw an aerial view of a room in your house, your whole house or part of your street. For younger children show them that things look different from above eg a glass looks like a circle and a chair…

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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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Creative Homework

Our children really enjoy sharing their creations which they have made with your input at home. This term saw many 3D models including explorer's rockets, Anglo-Saxon dwellings, clay food and even body parts linked to the circulatory…

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Contour lines

Children in Year 5 have been looking at contour lines in geography on maps of our local area. This practical hands on exercise has effectively taught the children about what the lines represent and how the lines close together indicate…

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Maritime Museum

Yellow Class had a fantastic afternoon visiting Lancaster Maritime museum learning about all things nautical! When we first arrived we found two very large anchors outside. Miss Frankland asked us what they were and what they were for.…

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Violet Class Assembly

Violet Class treated children and parents to an assembly linked to their 'Evolution and Inheritance' topic. In class they have been studying different aspects of this topic within Science, Geography and Art as well as using the Stone…

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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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