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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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Maritime Museum

Yellow class had a fantastic time at the maritime museum to look at all things nautical! Outside when we arrived we saw two huge metal anchors which made us realise just how vast and strong the ships from Christopher Columbus's time…

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Maasai Art with TIME

Yellow Class have been carefully studying Maasai traditional clothing and jewelry as part of their Explorers topic. Within this topic they have used their Geography skills to locate countries in Africa and then looked at the Maasai…

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Our great local area

Yellow Class have been out to look at the History and Geography of our local area as part of our cross curricular topic. We walked up to the castle and studied its features and then created a sketch of it including turrets, a…

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Westmorland Show

Indigo Class visited the Westmorland Show to find out more about local food production. They have been enjoying their topic 'Food Glorious Food' which has a Geography aspect in looking at where food is produced and the journey it takes…

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