Monthly Archives: October 2017

Science Club Launch

Science Club started again today with 7 pupils from Ulverston Victoria Sixth Form College taking the session. The students will continue to be involved in the lessons until February. Thank you to Mr Thompson from UVHS for once again helping SJB out … Continue reading

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Year 6 Trip to Beamish

On Thursday 19th October, Year 6 children and travelled to Beamish, the open air museum of life in the North of England through the ages. Our particular historical focus with Year 6 this term has been life in the Victorian … Continue reading

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Walking through the Bible with Mrs Taylor

SJB children have been studying the Bible with our visiting RE mentor, Mrs Taylor. Year 5 children have been focussing on passages from the Old Testament while Year 6 children have looked at the New Testament. Over a series of … Continue reading

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A Big SJB Thank You to our School Governors

During our Infant Celebration Assembly this term, we celebrated both child and adult achievements. We said a special well done to many boys and girls from Nursery to Year 2. We also invited our governors along so that we could … Continue reading

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First debate of the year

Year 6 kicked off our debates for 2017/18 with the motion: Should we bring extinct animals back to life? As always, they debated back and forth with some for and some against the motion. Children from reception to Year 6 watched them … Continue reading

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Rugby Tournament

14 Year 5s played tag rugby yesterday at Ulverston Victoria High School. With Year 6 away, the children had to be at their absolute best against some excellent teams. They played very well and a special well done to those who joined … Continue reading

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Thankyou Mrs Marr

This term’s celebration assemblies were extra special because as well as celebrating the achievements of our SJB children, we were also celebrating the achievements of  adults who make a difference in our school.  Mrs Marr retired from her crossing patrol … Continue reading

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