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Bikeability

Our Year 5 and 6 children take part in Bikeability sessions each year. These are run by visiting trainers and, depending on where the children are at, some children learn to ride, some learn to ride with more confidence and many learn…

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Red Nose Day

Every year, we like to mark Red Nose Day as this is an important charity helping those in need, including the homeless and those facing hunger through financial hardship. This year, we dressed up as superheroes (this was open to…

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RSPB Big School’s Birdwatch

As people all over the country watched birds in their gardens, our children took part in the RSPB Big School's Birdwatch. Having built, hung and filled bird feeders, three class bubbles spent time in our grounds spotting and identifying…

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Virtual Open Day

Welcome to our Virtual Open Day 2020. This selection of videos will give you an insight in to what it feels like to be a child learning in our Good school which serves the community of Lancaster. Whilst all schools offer an education,…

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Laurel Bank Decorations

As one of our community based Christmas projects, Blue Class have been creating decorations for the residents at Laurel Bank. Along with the cards and treats other classes have created, these will go towards bringing cheer to the…

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Toy Collection

Blue Class have been very excited about their community project. They are collecting toys for charities which distribute them to families in need at this time of year as they share the belief that every child deserves a new gift at…

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Persuasive Community Work!

During Year 6’s English topic this half-term, we have been looking at the heroic acts of Mother Teresa, Nelson Mandela and, more recently, Marcus Rashford. His efforts to change the lives of young people have inspired us to make…

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Remembrance Day

Like organisations, businesses and schools all across the country, we held a two minute silence at 11:00 on the 11th November for Remembrance Day. On the day before, every class held an assembly including age appropriate videos and…

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Bulb Planting

At our school we enjoy being outside as it is good for our well-being, physical fitness and understanding and appreciation of the world we share with nature. Every year, we are involved in community bulb planting activities but this…

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Anglo-Saxons

Indigo Class had a brilliant day travelling back in time with Woodmatters (https://www.woodmatters.org.uk/) to the Anglo-Saxon period. We spent all day outside to explore aspects of Anglo-Saxon life. We learned how the writing and…

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