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What a busy Week!

The sun has been out and we've had SATs! However we have managed to make the most of the weather as we had the opportunity to practise our cricket skills on Tuesday with the Lancashire under 11 coach Danny, and improve our athletics skills on Wednesday with Mr Huggan!

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Posted by Caron Taylor on 12 May 2017

Category: Year 6


European Composers

As part of our topic on Europe, Year 4 looked at several European composers and their famous works. We discussed Ravel’s Bolero and Beethoven’s Fifth Symphony. Bobbie shared her joke, “What is Beethoven’s favourite fruit? Ba na na na!”

At the end of the topic, we had a go at playing a piece…

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Posted by Caron Taylor on 4 May 2017

Category: Year 4


Making Play dough

This week we are reading 'The Train Ride' and will be doing lots of learning based on the story. Yesterday, the children had great fun making playdough using extra ingredients such as lemon and coriander to make it smell nice!  Today, they used the playdough they had made, along with pasta, to try…

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Posted by Jane Chandler on 25 April 2017

Category: EYFS- Reception


21st April 2017 ~ Caterpillars

This week we have been reading the story of The Very Hungry Caterpillar.  We have talked about the life cycle, written our own story books and made butterflies.  We talked about them being symmetrical.  Perhaps you can find something symmetrical at home?  We also had an exciting delivery from the…

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Posted by Nicky Richardson on 21 April 2017

Category: EYFS- Reception


Easter Experiences

Today the children shared their experiences of Easter, from Easter egg hunts to family get togethers. One thing for sure, they all loved explaining which types of Easter eggs they had got and how they loved eating them! This morning, the children enjoyed eating hot cross buns and learnt the song…

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Posted by Jane Chandler on 18 April 2017

Category: EYFS- Reception


Spring Walk

Despite the weather first thing, we had a lovely time on our Spring walk this morning and just made sure we were kitted out in our coats and wellies! We were looking for signs of Spring and saw lots of daffodils, crocuses and buds on the trees. We could hear lots of tweeting and crowing in the…

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Posted by Jane Chandler on 20 March 2017

Category: EYFS- Reception


17th March 2017

The children have had great fun being minibeast detectives around the school grounds . We looked carefully at the minibeasts we found and have been thinking about the habitats of the creatures and why they think they would choose that place to live.  We made our own 'Bug Hotel' in our outdoor area…

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Posted by Nicky Richardson on 17 March 2017

Category: EYFS- Reception


The Harris Museum - Preston

On Tuesday 14th March we went to the Harris Museum in Preston. We met Lucy and she worked with us on some different activities. We sorted modern and old toys. Next we dressed up as Victorian children and played with old toys and games. Before lunch we made our own peg doll character. It was a…

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Posted by Caron Taylor on 16 March 2017

Category: Year 1


Spring Walk

On Wednesday 8th March we went on a spring walk to the woods. It was quite muddy! We noticed lots of buds growing on the trees and bushes. We saw lots of daffodil and crocuses and a few snowdrops. The woods looked beautiful with so many spring flowers!

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Posted by Caron Taylor on 16 March 2017

Category: Year 1


10th March 2017

What a fantastic time we had on our trip to Park View, Lytham and even the weather was perfect. The children really enjoyed searching for minibeasts and we even brought some worms back with us to add to the wormery in our classroom!  Later in the morning the children had chance to make their own…

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Posted by Nicky Richardson on 10 March 2017

Category: EYFS- Reception


Experience Morning at Carr Hill

Year 5 loved their singing lesson with Mr Brown on taster morning at Carr Hill on Friday 3rd March. They also enjoyed food from the canteen at break and touring the school with one of our ex-pupils as a guide.  

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Posted by Ann Beatham on 7 March 2017

Category: Year 5


World Book Day 2017

Year 6 really got onto the spirit of World Book Day! Have a look at the range of characters we became! 

Ruth said,

" I think World Book Day is a really good idea because it encourages children to think about their favourite characters in books and they can pretend to be that character for a…

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Posted by Caron Taylor on 2 March 2017

Category: Year 6