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‘Leaves’ – a collection of photos by children at our school.

What a creative collection of leaves of all shades, shapes and sizes. I am particularly impressed in how you have used the Spring sunshine to show off the vivid colours.

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School Council

Our School Council have been busy at the start of 2020 with two main projects in the pipeline - both linked to being a climate friendly school. The children are working with the catering team to create 'single-use plastic' free packed…

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Tree Identification

Year 6 have been enjoying using their science and detective skills to identify and sort animal species. This week they moved on to the more complex challenge of identifying trees and shrubs from their leaves. Having learnt new knowledge…

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Christmas Dinner

Thank you to the kitchen staff for a wonderful and popular Christmas Dinner.The hall felt festive with crackers and table cloths and Christmas music playing and the children enjoyed being served by the adults. Some of the vegetables,…

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Halloween Disco

Spooky vampires, witches, spiders, cats and mummies were among the characters at our PTFA organised Halloween Discos this year. The children, as always, had put lots of effort in to their costumes and were proud to share them off whilst…

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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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PTFA Summer Fair

Thank you to the PTFA and staff for organising such an enjoyable community event. Each class had set up a stall and these were well manned by volunteer children and affordable to allow lots of goes at lots of things. Children were able…

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Morecambe Beach

Despite the weather, Yellow Class had an amazing time at the beach in Morecambe. We walked down the stone jetty and the prom and looked at all the features of seaside towns such as pebbly and sandy beaches, ice cream shops, lifeboat…

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Orienteering in the Park

Violet Class have taken their orienteering skills to Lancaster's wonderful Williamson Park. These skills have been developed over their time at our school including in the school grounds in PE lessons and at Geography Day as well as…

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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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