Monthly Archives: May 2017
Year 3 delivered the penultimate debate of the year today. The motion was: Should there be more wind turbines in Cumbria. 11 Year 3 children were given this geography themed motion and some very tricky language to get their teeth into. … Continue reading
Year 3 took advantage of the lovely weather to conduct their friction experiments outside. They thought carefully about creating a fair test. As we have been learning about measures in maths, the children were able to record their results accurately.
On Wednesday, 16 Year 5 and 6 pupils took part in the annual cricket tournament at Ulverston Leisure Centre. We were able to send two teams of 8 this year and they both had 3 games each. Team 2 played … Continue reading
This week we have celebrating the Polish culture of two girls in our class. Their mums came in to teach us all about Poland and how it is similar and different to the UK. On Monday we watched a video … Continue reading
Talented Year 6 pupils read their own work in assembly this week. The children had all taken part in the Rotary Young Writers Competition. The brief was to write a short piece on the theme ‘Reflection’. The entries were varied … Continue reading
Congratulations to the children from Year 3 and Year 4 who took part in the Mini Tennis Competition at Ulverston Tennis Centre. Although we didn’t win, we certainly improved on last year. Well done to all the children who play tennis at … Continue reading