Monthly Archives: June 2017

Key Stage One Lake District Trip

This week Key Stage 1 enjoyed a trip to the Lake District. The morning started with a bus trip to Bowness and then an interesting boat ride to Lakeside. Both classes were then lucky enough to have a guided tour … Continue reading

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Reception Class Wedding!

This term in Reception we have been looking at Christian Celebrations. We have looked at Christenings and Weddings. Today we had a visit to the local church to role-play a wedding. We had a great time! We wore our best … Continue reading

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Parent and Carers Visit Reception!

Throughout this term we have invited the parents and carers into our class to see all the hard work Reception do.  It has been a fantastic opportunity for the children to celebrate everything they have learnt this year. Part of the … Continue reading

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KS2 Ulverston Voices.

Last week the KS2 Choir performed at the Coronation Hall for the Ulverston Voices concert. The Choir opened the show by singing ‘It’s Time’ by Imagine Dragons and performing a clapping rhythm as part of the song. We were then joined by four … Continue reading

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Orienteering competition Year 5 and 6

12 pupils from Year 5 and 6 took part in an orienteering competition on Tuesday at Barrow Park. The children did exceptionally well especially in the second round. They all took huge chucks off their times and Rhiannon, at last … Continue reading

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Arts Celebration Afternoon

Recently we held an arts celebration afternoon for parents, carers and friends of SJB. Each class studied a different artist and used this as the inspiration for creating their own artistic masterpieces. The children’s work was displayed in a gallery … Continue reading

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Coniston Old Man walk

10 Year 5 pupils and their parents walked up Coniston Old Man on Saturday. We walked from the Walna Scar car park and up the main tourist path to the summit. The children explored the slate mines and tunnels as … Continue reading

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