Week ending 15.12.17

What a great week! Both the KS1 nativity and Reception class nativity were absolutely brilliant. The children sang out so well and all the costumes looked amazing. Well done to you all.

This week we have been busy finishing off our science topic - Light. Tuesday was sunny enough for us to…

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Week ending 1.12.17

This week we welcomed some special visitors to school. Well done children - you were amazing! In class we have continued with our classic novel, The Wizard of Oz, creating some really interesting and challenging questions based on our reading. Next week we will be creating a new chapter. 


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Week ending 24.11.17

What a busy week!

Our trip to Blackpool Central Mosque was extremely interesting. We all learnt a great deal and the imam was impressed with how much the children knew and how respectful they were. This trip really enriched our RE learning and understanding which helped us write wonderful…

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Week ending 17.11.2017

This week was Anti-Bullying Week. One of our activities was involving glitter. We had to try and pass the glitter to the next person without leaving any on your hands. This was almost impossible. We compared this to negative comments made about someone and how they are difficult to get rid of. We…

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Week ending 10.11.2017

The children came back from their half term holiday enthusiastic and ready for work. Every night this week we had volunteers selling poppies etc preparing us for Remembrance Day. We had a thoughtful service on Wednesday and the display in the hall (which the children helped to make) is really…

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Week ending Wednesday 25.10.17

What a great few days. Even though half term holidays were approaching, everyone managed to stay focussed. On Tuesday we had an interesting science lesson about genes and traits. The biscuit inheritance activity went down well with everyone. Photographs are in the gallery. This morning we had a…

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Week ending 20.10.17

A week of fresh air and fun! Year 6 have worked so hard helping to improve our school environment: perfect role models and what a team!. Katy was so impressed and grateful she bought us all a delicious cupcake to say thank you. 

Another big thank you to all the people who provided the equipment…

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Week ending 13.10.17

The week started off brilliantly with our Harvest celebrations. Year 6 children were great company for our invited guests and made a good impression. Here is a quote from one of the guests: "Mrs Kelly, you certainly have some characters in your class!"

We weren't able to go out into Squirrel…

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Week ending 29.9.17

What a week!

On Tuesday we met the mayor of Fylde Borough and he told us all about his job. The children asked some interesting questions.

On Thursday we went outside to help tidy the EYFS outdoor area. The growing beds needed clearing and the tree bark had to be transported from next to the…

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Week ending 22.9.17

It has been another busy week in Year 6. All children have been working really hard. The school mass on Thursday was lovely and the children sang Laudato Si in such a beautiful way; many people commented on how meaningful it was. 

Next week we will be going in to Squirrel Wood to help spread…

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Week ending 15.9.17

This has been our first full week in class as Year 6. What a great week it has been. We have been using our Castlerigg experiences to write a report which will be published and displayed outside the classroom along with some of the photos. It was a brilliant few days. Also we have been working on…

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Bikeability Week

This week has flown. The children worked extremely hard in their Bikeability groups and the instructors were very impressed. Well done to all of you. 

In class we still managed to produce well-written RE newspaper reports which will go towards our final Sats assessment and we started…

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