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CLASS NEWS

  • Liverpool World Museum Trip

    Today year 6 built on and expanded their knowledge and understanding of Ancient Egypt at the World Museum. There were…

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  • Bikeability

    Year 6 ready to head off!

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  • Bikeability

    Year 6 are off on their bikes today, learning how to be safe on the roads. They have been lucky…

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  • European languages day in Maple class

    Ciao tutti! We’ve had a wonderful day in Maple class learning all about Italy. This morning, we learnt about The…

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  • European Languages Day.

    Today in Ash Class we having been learning all about Greece. We began by learning some simple Greek phrases. For…

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  • Ciao – European Languages Day in Elm Class

    We had great fun today learning all about Italy and learning to speak un poco Italiano ! We started the…

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  • Bonjour from Cedar Class

    What a lovely afternoon we have had in Cedar Class learning a French song, learning the French words for types…

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  • Cedar Class History

    Cedar Class have been learning all about toys from the past. They have been describing and comparing old and new…

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  • European languages day – Russia

    Pendle Class have had lots of fun learning all about Russia today. The class had a special visitor – Mrs…

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  • Cedar Class maths

    Cedar Class have settled well and they are really enjoying learning. Maths lessons have been great fun, children have been…

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  • European Languages Day – Portugal

    Year 6 have been finding out about Portugal, learning some Portuguese, drawing tiles and preparing and tasting Caldo Verde (a…

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  • Money management – module 1

    Mr Souter is delivering session 1 to Year 5. They are learning all about WANTS and NEEDS. As always he…

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  • Maths Museums

    This week we made ‘Maths Museums’. We were given a number and then thought of different ways represent that number.…

    by Mrs Hacking
  • Another successful MacMillan Coffee Morning

    The school community and local residents turned out in force this morning, despite the weather, to support MacMillan. Many thanks…

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  • Maths is fun in Elm Class !

    We just love our lessons in maths at the moment .  Some of us have been solving problems using number…

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  • PSHE – Our Friendship Tree – Elm Class

    We love our new Friendship Tree in Elm Class.  During our PSHE lessons we have been thinking about relationships and…

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  • A great start to year 3

    We have had a busy but fun first few weeks in Pendle Class. The children have all settled in well…

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  • Hi-Fives

    The first two matches of the new academic year were very exciting. The Hi-Five team showed dedication and great team…

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  • Advertising the MacMillan Coffee Morning

    The whole of year 6 did a fantastic job this morning leafleting the surrounding area, letting the residents know about…

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  • The Star Dome visits Elm Class

    We had an amazing morning last week when Mr Lunn brought his Star Dome to the school hall We all…

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  • Maths puzzle

    Challenge morning – fitting pieces together by multiplying and dividing by 10, 100, 1000 and 10,000.

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  • Science classification

    This afternoon year 6 began the process of classifying animals using stuffed toys as useful props!

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  • STEM club

    Today KS2 budding engineers made their own balloon powered cars – the speed and distances travelled were quite impressive!

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  • Y6 prepare for MacMillan coffee morning

    This afternoon year 6 made a start on their preparations for running the MacMillan coffee morning on Friday 21st September…

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  • Final Boreatton Park photos

    The last of the Boreatton Park photos from Mrs Swinburn/Mr Caunce’s and Mrs Mansley’s group.               

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