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Messy Maps

This week in Orange Class, we have been developing our map reading and geography skills.  First, we learnt how to recognise the features on a map and then we used 3D objects to create our own 'messy maps' of Lancaster.  This will help…

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F1 Cars

What exciting Science and DT learning has been going on in Indigo Class this week. The children have been learning about different mechanisms in DT and combined it with their science electricity knowledge to construct F1 cars. Whilst…

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No Dig Allotment

Our allotment area is having a revamp. We are proud that all our children have the opportunity to grow, harvest, eat and cook produce grown in our school grounds and the development of this area will allow this to happen even more…

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Ponds

The Science Garden is rapidly coming on thanks to the skilled team from Distinctive. The main feature of this area (in the corner behind the wendy house) is a three levelled pond which will become a wildlife habitat for frogs, newts and…

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Playtimes on the field

Due to the warm and dry Spring weather, we are able to be back on the field at playtimes and lunchtimes. Each bubble has their own designated space to enjoy in which they use their own equipment. Areas include football goals, wild areas…

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Values Assembly

In our final assembly of the term, we looked at the key ideas of 'new start' and 'new life' which link with both Spring and the Easter festival. We talked about how these ideas could be seen in changes in the environment around us, the…

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Eggstreme Sky Divers

This week, Indigo Class learned how sky divers use air resistance to slow themselves down. They then worked together to design and make their own parachutes to protect an egg skydiver. After dropping each 'eggstreme' sky diver, we…

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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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Spring

Our children were busy planting over the Autumn and Winter and it's lovely to see the signs of Spring coming from their endeavours. Bulbs are blooming, trees are budding and flowers are appearing where there only used to be grass. Not…

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