Monthly Archives: November 2016

Yoga in Reception Class

Leanne from Yokids has been coming into school to work with the Reception Class. Today we acted out a Bonfire Night. The children wiggled their toes in the air to make a bonfire, jumped in the air like a firework … Continue reading

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Y3 & Y4 Manchester Trip

On Thursday 3rd November Y3 and Y4 went on an adventure to Manchester. The children had been very excited in the build up to the trip – the promise of a science museum, a theatre production and a VERY late … Continue reading

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Ulverston Voices

On Tuesday night, the Key Stage One choir attended Ulverston Voices at the Coronation Hall. We were joined by three local primary schools and together the children performed a play called Midnight Thieves. The choir performed three songs individually and … Continue reading

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The Infant Harvest Festival

On Thursday 21st October we had our Harvest Festival Celebration. Each class performed a song about Autumn or the harvest and Reverend Ransom from the Methodist church talked to the children about a little harvest mouse called Harvey. Lots of … Continue reading

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A visit from a radiographer

This week the Reception Class have been learning about skeletons as part of our Halloween celebrations. We had a visit from Helen O’Neill, who works as a radiographer. She showed us X-ray pictures of bones and also X-rays of household … Continue reading

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Reception Class Halloween Party

We had lots of fun at our Halloween party. The children all dressed up in costumes and joined in with spooky singing, dancing and games. Then we made chocolate flavoured spider biscuits to share. Yummy!

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Year 5 Forest Schools

On Thursday and Friday, Year 5 took part in Forest Schools. 16 children spent the day outside on Thursday in what can only be described as changeable conditions. Every day this week has presented challenges in one way or another and the … Continue reading

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