Monthly Archives: April 2019

KS2 choir at Ulverston Voices!

On Thursday the KS2 choir had a performance at the Coronation hall for the ‘Ulverston Voices’ concert. We performed the song ‘Take what you’ve got’ by Cindi Lauper in the first half and then performed the show ‘Dragon Days’ alongside … Continue reading

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Y3 STEM visit to Siemens

Yesterday Year 3 walked to Siemens Subsea Excellence for an afternoon of science activities. We had a great time. Thank you to the team at Siemens for organising the visit and making us feel so welcome. This really helps bring … Continue reading

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Gardening Club

We had a busy time last Friday planting potatoes, tomatoes, chard and sunflowers.

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Orienteering season starts

SJB took part in the first of 5 orienteering competitions last week. Over 100 pupils took part at Ulverston Leisure Centre. The Year 6 children had not forgotten the skills they learnt last year and 9 children appeared in the … Continue reading

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Reception Class cricket

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Cricket coaching

Reception, Nursery, Year 2 and Year 3 are receiving cricket coaching sessions every Wednesday. Staff are using the skills from these session to teach Year 1 as well. Upper KS2 are training hard for the tournament season in cricket club. … Continue reading

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Year 5 Viking Day

Year 5s history topic came to an end today with our annual Viking Day. As you can see below, we looked at longships, weapons, shield walls, life of women, currency and games. It was a very busy, warm and enjoyable … Continue reading

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Year 1 Easter Cards

Everyone did a great job with their Easter cards. The chicks and bunnies look fabulous!

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KS1 multi-skills festival

12 of our KS1 pupils were at the Leisure Centre today taking part in a wide variety of sport activities. This is the first time we have sent KS1 pupils to this festival and we look forward to organising more … Continue reading

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Reading Competition

As part of our book week celebrations we had a reading competition. Teams of 2 or 3 worked together to give a fluent, accurate and expressive performance of an extract from a book. Congratulations to the winners.

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