Monthly Archives: May 2018

Tennis and cricket competitions.

Well done to our four Year 6 tennis players and 17 cricketers who played on Monday and Tuesday at the Leisure Centre. A particularly big thanks to our friends in the local schools who allowed our players to join them … Continue reading

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Year 5 feeling sheepish

Year 5 began the first of their 3 sessions on Mod Roc Modelling today. Their work is based on what we are likely to see occupying the countryside around Ulverston. They used a plastic bottle and attached legs to it. … Continue reading

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Hot Air Balloons

Year 2 have been busy looking at hot air balloons and designing their own using oil pastels.

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Stone Age houses

We have read about them and we’ve drawn them in our books so we thought we would have a go at building them! Palaeolithic man often used a cave for shelter so some people chose to do that too.

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Year 3 go back in Time

To start our year 3 history topic we decided to try to get an idea of just how long ago the Stone Age was. It involved a very long piece of string!

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Netball friendly

SJB hosted St Marys today for several netball friendlies. Most of our players had never played a full game of netball before. We have lots of things to focus on but the kids noticeably left with more understanding and skill. … Continue reading

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Investigating waterproof materials

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Year 2 had a busy afternoon testing which material would be the best to use as a cover for the boat in the story Lost and Found. We discussed making the investigation a fair test and investigated a range of … Continue reading

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