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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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Creative Homework

Creative Homework assemblies are always a treat and we are constantly impressed with how you and your children capture learning. This week saw Ancient Greek weaponry, live and art plants, Egyptian artefacts and games, robots, underwater…

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Wormery

We had lots of engaged learners in Yellow Class making a wormery from recycled materials. We used a 2 litre plastic bottle, sharp sand, compost and lots of water. We all had a turn helping to make it. We had to put the sand and compost…

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Fairfield Orchard

Yellow had a fantastic trip in the sunshine to Fairfield Orchard. We were learning all about minibeasts and their habitats. We learnt that some live in the air and like the light whilst some live in trees and bark and some like hedges.…

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Amazon Detectives

Acting as geography detectives, Indigo Class have explored aerial photographs of the Amazon Basin to discover evidence of deforestation. They have then built their arguments around the consequences of deforestation in the Amazon through…

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Dinosaur Homes

Red Class have been learning about dinosaurs! They've been measuring footprints, writing descriptions, discussing different eating habits and learning about these amazing creatures. In Forest School lessons, the children have been using…

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Leighton Moss

To begin our fantastic topic this half-term, Blue class visited Leighton Moss RSPB Nature Reserve. Our day started ¬†with a quick train journey to Silverdale, then investigated the pond habitat for invertebrates. We found many amazing…

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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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Red Class & Red Hen

Red Class treated us to an assembly about the Little Red Hen. They retold the story, including songs and actions, and delivered lines well both on their own and as a class. It was great to see how confident the children felt up on the…

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Tree Identification

As part of their classification unit of Science, Year 6 have been researching the trees our local roads are named after - such as Sycamore, Beech, Willow and Cedar - to identify species by their leaves. Using a mixture of tools,…

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