Forest Schools

This morning, the Reception, Year 1 and Year 2 children went to the school field and Dorrington Woods. In their house teams they completed four different activities (3 completely in the shade - thank goodness) including a Forest School activity with Mrs Walsh. They collected lots of natural items…

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Girls' Football

The girls attended their very first football tournament on Thursday afternoon. They did incredibly well and worked together as a team brilliantly. They showed endurance and enthusiasm and I was very proud of them all. Six teams took part and we came 4th - well done girls, I think we may have some…

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Key Stage Two Sports Day

We had lots of fun at the Key Stage Two Sports Day. Have a look at all our action shots!


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Jubilee Celebrations

What a fabulous day! We have managed to squeeze in so much! An assembly with Mrs Boyle all about the Commonwealth Games, a procession with the Jubilee baton, sports linked to different Commonwealth countries, passing the baton to the next school at Williamson's Park, a picnic lunch on the field…

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Archbishop of York conference

On Friday, 27th May, the RE and Worship ambassadors went to Lancaster University to listen to a discussion on racial equality and the church led by Anderson Jeremiah and Stephen Cottrell (Archbishop of York). The children listened to a short talk and then could ask questions. It was a really…

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Mayor Making Ceromony

Four of our School Councillors attended the Mayor Making Ceremony at Lancaster Town Hall today. It was really interesting to find out what a City Council Meeting is like and also find out more about the new Mayor - Joyce Pritchard. The children represented the school brilliantly.

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Ukraine donations

Thank you so much for your donations - we took them to the Morecambe collection point and they will be sent to the border of Ukraine next week. It was amazing to see how much was sent in. 

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Pupil Parliament

These lovely year 5 pupils represented the school brilliantly today at Pupil Parliament. They found out about climate change and started thinking about how to make school a more sustainable place. 

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Colourful Day - organised by the Art Club Leaders

The Art Club leaders organised a colourful clothes day to raise money for art resources in schools around the world that do not have them. The money raised will be sent to UNICEF and for every £135 raised, one art box will be sent to a school in need. 

The total amount raised so far is…

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