Class 3 celebrated Roald Dahl’s 102nd Birthday this week. Children brought in their Roald Dahl books and shared them with the class. We then, in honour of Mr Dahl, wrote ‘silly sentences’. The aim was to be as silly as
During learning partners, we went outside to draw a nature picture and enjoy the glorious weather. The children chose what they wanted to draw during the session and created some fantastic pictures.
S7 Football and Literacy On Thursday 21st June S7 came in to work with Y2-5 on their Literacy in Football course. The afternoon session was split two with half the children doing football skills whilst the other half had a
The ‘Dukes Make Project” enabled years 4 and 5 to work with Simon and Natalie, from the Dukes Theatre in Lancaster, on a range of drama activities culminating in a production with other schools in the area. The children had
Well done to all our children who took part in the Race For Life. The children collectively ran 86 miles around the track and have raised a very impressive £1039 for Cancer Research UK!
On Thursday our child will be bringing home a very smart sports hoodie which we would like them to wear every Friday when we focus on keeping fit, through ‘Wake up and Shake Up’ first thing each Friday morning (Parents
World Book Day – Congratulations on Forton’s first ‘Character Clue’ day. The children were both inventive and created some tricky clues! From the Gruffalo to David Walliams characters. Well done!
On Wednesday, pupils across the school took part in lots of exciting activities as part of Maths Day. Class 1 focused on ‘The Stick Man’ and did work on measuring and comparing. In Class 2, the children measured out
The children have spent their day learning all about how to stay safe online. The day was started with a very informative assembly involving unkind aliens, SuperSMART superheroes and social media conundrums.
On Wednesday, Class 3 visited the Lakeland Wildlife Oasis as part of their topic work. Here they had a tour of the park to learn more about amphibians, reptiles, birds and small mammals. Some braver members even volunteers to hold