Monthly Archives: March 2017
On Saturday 25th March, Holly from Year 5 took part in the National Schools Cross Country Final at Prestwold Hall in Leicestershire. This was a massive event, with big screens , TV cameras and drones, and around 2000 young cross country runners. Holly was … Continue reading
Year 3 continued their Forest School learning from last year by using new tools in different situations. They used Bow Saws, Sheath Knives and Hand Drills and certainly became more proficient over the course of the two days. An insect habitat was … Continue reading
10 pupils from Year 4 debated in front of KS2 today to continue our learning on British Values and democracy. The motion this time was: Should countries be building more homes in the countryside. As it turned out, the audience in the … Continue reading
In Reception we have been learning about Ireland this week, ready for Saint Patrick’s Day today! We have been doing lots of activities for instance having a go at Irish dancing in P.E. One girl’s family in our class come from Ireland … Continue reading
On Tuesday 15th March, a team of Year 5 and 6 girls took part in the Ulverston Girls Football Tournament. Although our footballers had practised in PE and at lunchtimes, they hadn’t really had chance to play as a team in a competition. … Continue reading
We had a fantastic, action packed Book Week. Each class visited the library. They listened to stories, found out about the on-line resources available and now most of our children have a library card. Many thanks to the library staff … Continue reading
Year 3 have been studying the Romans this term. Today we combined history, cookery, maths and healthy eating to create a Feast. We enjoyed making Roman Honey Cakes and even shared some with Year 4.