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Children in Need

Well done to all the children and mums, dads and carers for helping make everyone spotty for Children in Need day. It was great to see how creative some of you are and thank you for raising £135 for this important charity. Raising…

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Coding in Year 6

Violet Class have been learning coding - programming instructions written for computers, websites and apps and now part of the Computing National Curriculum - on a software new to school called Discovery Education Coding. This software…

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Buddhist Temple

Indigo Class enjoyed a fascinating visit to the Manjushri Kadampa Buddhist Temple in Ulverston to learn and understand more about the ideas and beliefs of others. We were given a guided tour by a Buddhist monk, who also led a…

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School Council

Through the democratic process of voting, the children have elected this year's school councillors. These children will regularly meet to discuss suggestions and act upon questions form the Headteacher. In the past, the School Council…

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Sports Day KS1 and EY

What a well supported Sports Day we had with roughly equal numbers of spectators and competitors. The children won points for their teams in activities (influenced by the School Council) including egg and spoon, welly wanging, obstacle…

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Sports Day KS2

Thank you to Mrs Hillyer and all the staff for organising an exciting Sports Day. The new format was praised by children and parents alike as the children competed for their teams in a round robin of events before going head to head…

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Hindu Temple

Last week, Orange Class visited the Gujarat Hindu Temple in Preston as part of our RE curriculum.  They learnt about the Hindu way of life, their values and their beliefs and compared these to our school values and found lots of…

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Poppies

The poppies, which we all planted with the British Legion, are looking stunning and the children feel proud of their effort going to show respect towards service men and women. As part of the centenary of WWI, we decided to create our…

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Big Maths Little Maths

Well done and thank you to the our brilliant meths teachers in Year 6. As part of an end of year project, the children have looked at the Early Years Curriculum, designed maths games which will engage and challenge and delivered these…

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Mosque Visit

Yellow and Indigo Class visited the mosque in Preston as part of their learning. They learnt about the Arabic alphabet, Islamic customs and how Muslims worship as part of the Lancashire RE curriculum. This curriculum teaches children…

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