This half term we have a new after school activity – running club. Take a look at some of the pictures from our sessions.
On Friday, Class 3 had their first experience of handball courtesy of the Garstang Community Academy Partnership. The children very much enjoyed themselves and learned some valuable new skills that they will be able to pass onto their classmates. Thank
Today Class 3 sat out in the sunshine and shared muffins, satsumas and custard creams. We also shared with our classmates all the things we are grateful for; pets and family were the post popular, in that order 🙂 followed
Miss Braithwaite currently runs a Fairtrade Club on a Thursday lunchtime. This club is open to children in all classes and they are currently completing the Fairactive Award after successfully completing the Fairaware Award last year. As part of Fairtrade
Today we celebrated World Book Day! We enjoyed an afternoon of reading and writing stories, before ending the day with the children performing their stories! It was so wonderful to see everyone taking part, especially the costumes, the children all
To celebrate International Book Giving Day we organised a book swap. The children were asked to bring a book they had enjoyed reading but no longer needed to swap with another child. We had a fantastic afternoon of book sharing!
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