This half term our Pre-School children and toddlers from the village have enjoyed weekly dance sessions with Miss Helen. We have really enjoyed learning lots of new moves and meeting new children! Thank you Miss Helen.
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
On Friday we held a coffee morning after our celebration assembly. This was in aid of Fairtrade Fortnight. We used Fairtrade products to make tea and coffee and also served Fairtrade biscuits. Thank you to all those who came!
Class 1 have been busy learning about 2D and 3D shapes this week. The pictures below show the children completing a 2D shape sorting activity!
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!
A big thank you to everyone who turned out on Saturday 3rd March to help tidy around the school grounds. It was very much appreciated, especially the bacon and sausage butties!
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