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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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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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Food Hygiene

Congratulations to our children in Year 5 who are now serving Salad Bar to the younger children at lunchtimes. In order to carry this out safely, the children have received Food Hygiene training and passed a test to to check their food…

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Parents in Red Class

It was wonderful to see so many parents visiting Red Class recently and the insight they got in to how children are doing at school was great to hear. AS well as seeing the children's learning journeys, thank you for joining in so well…

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Plastic Police

Our School Councillors have attended a Pupil Parliament trip focusing on plastic waste and how we can tackle it. As a school, we are looking for ways to cut down on our plastic waste and prizes in the school are now moving away from…

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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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Forest Schools

Come wind, rain or shine, our children are out learning in the Wildlife Area. Red, Orange, Yellow  and Green Class have a timetabled weekly afternoon in which they take part in outdoor learning and forest schools type activities. These…

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Cookathon

What a wonderful day was had by the 28 sets of parents and children who took part in our popular biennial Cookathon. Split over a morning and afternoon session, the family units prepared ingredients to create homemade and healthy pizza,…

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RSPB Leighton Moss

After an early start to catch a train that never arrived, our patient but excited Year 6 arrived at Leighton Moss! We spent the morning looking at the pond habitat and enjoyed pond dipping to look for invertebrates. To escape the sun,…

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