Monthly Archives: November 2016
Year 3 continued their art based on Lowry and inspired by their visit to the Lowry Gallery. . Their clay models are now drying (slowly) in the classroom.
Things got a bit sticky in Year 3 today as we demonstrated how the human digestion system works. We used a plastic bag to represent the stomach, tights for the small intestines, a paper cup for the large intestines and a … Continue reading
Year 6 demonstrated their debating skills on Friday with the motion: Should all bullies be punished? 15 children debated the key issues involved in front of Year 3, 4 and 5. The children were told that debating also takes place at … Continue reading
A BIG thank you to everyone who contributed towards our annual involvement with ‘Boxes of Hope’, the charity which sends shoeboxes of Christmas presents from Cumbria to underprivileged children in Romania. This year we sent sixty-eight boxes, many of which were packed … Continue reading
Last Friday, SJB welcomed parents and members of the local community for an afternoon of science. Year 6 took charge of 12 experiments in the hall and many showed great organisational skills and innovation as the afternoon progressed. The boys … Continue reading
Year 5 visited South Lakes Safari Zoo on Tuesday to support their work on habitats, animal classification and endangered species. It was a bitterly cold day and for a time we were the only party walking around the enclosures. This … Continue reading