Monthly Archives: September 2017

Ulverston Lantern Procession 2017

On September 16th 2017, Team SJB took part in the annual Ulverston Lantern Procession. The community event sees Ulverston packed to the rafters with smiling people, live music and intricate lanterns. Some of the children made lanterns during school time … Continue reading

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Poetry at SJB

Today we had a great day with visiting poet Wes Magee. Wes performed some of his poems in assembly and the children joined in. He then visited Years 2 – 6 helping each class to write a group poem.  The … Continue reading

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Year 5 at the Dock Museum

Year 5 visited The Dock Museum today to begin their STEM based learning. This will be followed by a visit from University of Lancaster leaders and a visit to Furness College for the Engineering Fair. They learnt about the history of … Continue reading

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Olympic Inspiration Day

Olympian Brendan Reilly visited SJB today and we all took part in Olympic style training sessions. The former high jumper in the 1992 and 2000 Olympic Games began with a very entertaining presentation about his athletic journey and the ups and downs he faced along the … Continue reading

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Outstanding Governance Awards 2017 Winners!

On Tuesday 5th September members of SJB’s Governing Body travelled down to London to celebrate the National Governance Associations’ (NGA) Outstanding Governance Awards 2017 at the House of Commons. We are very proud to announce that our governing body was … Continue reading

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Year 2 Programming

Year 2 have been busy this week learning how to program ‘Bee Bot’ on the iPads and writing algorithms. We had to work in teams to complete the levels and remember which way left and right was! Some children even managed … Continue reading

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SJB Leaders

Congratulations to Mr Emms, Mr Maher and Miss Stuart for completing their ‘Leading from the Middle’ training. This was a demanding course over the 2016-2017 school year and had a significant positive impact on school life.

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