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Rainforest Art

Indigo class has some fantastic artists and their skills have continued to grow as they have worked on their rainforest art, inspired by the work of Ruth Daniels. The artwork fits with their Geography based topic in which they are…

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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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Tower Wood 4

Another afternoon of outdoor learning with groups swapping activities. The ghyll scrambling has been extremely popular despite the chilly water and part of the enjoyment has been travelling through the Lake District by mini-bus and…

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Tower Wood 3

A hearty breakfast to fuel an action packed day with some groups climbing trees and high poles, others out on the lake and some groups out further afield ghyll scrambling. The high ropes work involved teamwork and courage as children…

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Tower Wood 2

Tea time at Tower Wood is not only about stocking up on healthy home cooked food but also about developing life skills and working together. Two volunteers per table assist their peers as the servers and clearers and take responsibility…

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Tower Wood 1

Following a drive through the Spring countryside - with plenty of lambs along the way - we arrived at the Lancashire run Tower Wood Centre (https://www.lancashire.gov.uk/outdooreducation/our-centres/tower-wood/) on the shore of Lake…

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Orienteering Skills

Green Class have been developing their map reading and orienteering skills around the school grounds. Their class has hosted a volunteer Lancaster University Geography undergraduate and they have used their own knowledge and skills to…

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Ingleborough Caves

Green Class had a fantastic time at Ingleborough Caves - there was a lovely walk past the waterfalls and lake at Clapham ('this is the most beautiful thing I've ever seen' said one child) and eventually, with some tired legs, they…

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Creative Homework

Wow - look how creative you all are! Thank you to the children and adults who have worked together on producing a topic linked piece of homework. We enjoyed scientists with eggs in liquid investigations, models of the solar system…

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Sundials

We hope you enjoy a selection of sundial photos from Year 5s Science and Geography learning. The children were measuring time using the position of the sun and had to use their Math skills to set the angle of the gnomon (the part of the…

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