Monthly Archives: March 2017

Gymnastics

Gymnastics Level 2 Competition On Monday 13th March our Key Steps 2 and Key Step 3 gymnasts took part in the Key Steps Level 2 Competition at Furness Academy. After eating our lunch early and a short bus ride we … Continue reading

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Year 5 UVHS visit

Year 5 visited UVHS for their first full day at secondary school on Monday. Mr Butler and the staff at the school had arranged some exciting lessons for the pupils. These included crime solving in the science labs and how to survive … Continue reading

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Ulverston Swimming Gala

Well done to our 8 SJB swimmers who took part in the swimming competition at Ulverston Leisure Centre last Saturday. We all had fun and you all pushed yourselves to swim faster than many of you had before. Also a … Continue reading

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Learning about Bulgaria in Reception.

We have had a very busy week in Reception. We had Gabriela from the Cumbria Development Education Centre come in and teach us all about spring time in Bulgaria.  We learnt all about ‘Baba Marta Day’ which is a holiday … Continue reading

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Experimenting in EYFS!

In Reception we have been looking at the story ‘Ada Twist the Scientist’ by Andrea Beaty. One of the experiments in the book makes a bottle of pop explode! We decided to have a go and see how big our … Continue reading

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Emily Mitchell – Y3/Y4

Year 3 and Year 4 were lucky enough to receive a visit from Emily Mitchell from Ulverston Parish Church. Emily talked to us about her role within the church. She discussed some of the jobs that she completes on a … Continue reading

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NSPCC visit

KS1 and KS2 were visited by a representative of the NSPCC on Tuesday. A whole school assembly highlighted the importance of children speaking out to trusted adults and the worries which children may have. Year 5 and 6 then had an hour long workshop … Continue reading

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