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Greek Drama

What better way to understand the ancient Greeks, than to become the ancient Greeks?! Indigo class worked with Rosie, an actor and dramatist, from the TIME project to step into the shoes of Athenian farmers. These photos show the…

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Greek Masks

Indigo class spent a very messy morning working with Mr Parkinson, a local, professional artist on sculpture techniques. The children studied original pieces and learnt how to build up amazing Greek theatre masks from layering Mod-Roc.…

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TIME for Olympic Music

A sneak preview here of the upcoming Indigo class assembly! We were joined by Matt, a professional musician, from the TIME project (http://www.hmdt.org.uk/hmdtmusic/time/), who helped us to write, edit and arrange our very own song…

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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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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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Beach Clean

Members of our School Council have been meeting with other children from local schools under the Pupil Parliament initiative. They have been discussing the use of plastic and its damage to both our local and the global environment. As…

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Premiership Trophy

Working with our local Sports Partnership, four of our Year 6 children had the wonderful opportunity to see and hear about the famous hands who have touched the Premiership Trophy. They went to the Globe Arena - Morecambe's Football…

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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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