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Haffner Orchestra

Twenty children in Years 5 and 6 had the brilliant opportunity to listen to live orchestral music. They were invited to watch Lancashire's popular Haffner Orchestra who not only¬† introduced each section of the orchestra and the parts…

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High Sheriff

Yellow and Blue Class were invited as representatives of a local school to The Priory to watch a special service - The Shield Hanging of the High Sheriff of Lancashire. At the service, not only did the children get a brilliant view from…

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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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Willow Lane Has Talent 2019

What a talented and courageous group of children we saw performing on Wednesday evening. Having put themselves forward, come through selection rounds successfully and practised relentlessly over the last four weeks, the different…

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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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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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Orange Class Assembly

Thank you to the performers in Orange Class who treated us to an assembly about 'The Great Outdoors'. This has been their topic this half term and they have taken their learning beyond the classroom including a trip to Lowther Castle as…

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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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Tool Belts

Design and Technology is interwoven with the topics in our school curriculum. If you were to walk in to a D&T lesson you might see children involved in any of the six steps: Research, Generate Ideas, Develop an idea, Build or create…

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