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Author Ross McWilliam

Year 6 enjoyed a visit from author Ross McWilliam who talked to the children about growth mindset. It was a very interactive session with ties cut, winning lottery tickets torn up, balloons popped and eggs smashed! The children learned…

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Westmorland Show

Indigo Class enjoyed an insightful, if wet, trip to the Westmorland County Show. As part of their topic, Food Glorious Food, the children had opportunities to see different produce and understand local food production. The children…

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Front of House

The children are very interested in what is happening at the front of house. The structure of the new office is all in place and the roof is going on this week. The groundwork is also being leveled to allow for a new secure fence smart…

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Sports Day – KS1 and Early Years

The afternoon saw our youngest competitors take to the field and an enormous crowd of spectators come to cheer them on. In a friendly encouraging atmosphere, the children participated in events including welly throwing, penalty shots,…

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Sports Day – KS2

Thank you to all the staff involved in running a great morning of sporting events. The children enjoyed the round robin of different activities (a mixture of participation and competition which all children could enjoy), accumulating…

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Girls’ Cricket

Congratulations to our Girls' Cricket Team who represented the school brilliantly at a Kwik Cricket festival against local schools in Lancaster. Following a series of thrilling games, our children proceeded to the semi finals and missed…

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Geography Day!

The children spent a brilliant day developing their geography skills and knowledge in a round robing of lessons. Outside the classroom, children's map reading skills were enhanced through orienteering - a sport our children really enjoy…

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Councillor Dowding

Earlier this year, Indigo class wrote persuasive letters to encourage the council to do more to support safe cycling in the local area. As a keen cyclist, Councillor Dowding was incredibly supportive and listened and responded to the…

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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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Bring Yer Wellies

The children in Yellow Class had an amazing day at Bring Yer Wellies which linked with our Science based topic! Melissa and Nigel were our hosts and they introduced us to two horses called Barney and Ricky who we loved. When we got…

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