EYFS had a brilliant wheelchair basketball session with Nat and Jack. Some of us even managed to get the ball through the hoop.
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Thank you very much to NP Inclusive Sport Nat who came in today to teach us wheelchair basketball and gave us a really inspirational assembly about never giving up!
What a busy day for Year 3/4 . We have also had a visit from Izzy and Lucy from Bechtel Cavendish. We spoke to a mechanical engineer and a design engineer to find out about their jobs. We talked about the 5P ‘s of business and then began writing to local businesses to support us.
We’ve been really active in Year 3/4 today! This afternoon we have been busy doing judo with Judoknight.
Today we were visited by Nat and his wheelchairs. We had a great time playing wheelchair basketball and shooting for hoops. Here are Year 3/4 having fun.
A huge well done to our very own Miley who has been chosen to be part of the Workington Reds team. She went over to Newcastle yesterday. Congratulations Miley we are all so proud of you! Watch this space, she'll be playing for England soon.
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Stars of the week in year 1 and 2. Our reader has improved a lot in his reading recently and is working hard, our writer has written some beautiful sentences and worked hard on his work making sense and our star is always amazing but has worked extra hard this week on her handwriting and maths. Well done!
In Year 5/6 we had someone who asked amazing questions to our guest from United Utilities, someone who always reads at home and great writing about the Amazon. Congratulations
In Year 3/4 we had a writer smashing imperative verbs, a reader making fantastic progress in his Star Reader test and someone who went out of his way to make our new classmate welcome. Well done everyone
⭐️EYFS star of the week is for his fantastic phonics work.⭐️
Looking for a unique Xmas present? We have the answer! Name a tree in our new woodland area. We will be planting the trees towards the end of November and will supply you with a photo of your tree and metal memorial plaque in place before Xmas. To order please contact the office on 01946 810620 .Thank you. Year 3/4
We all had a fun and spooky time at the Halloween disco yesterday! Everyone’s costumes were fantastic!
KS 1 and EYFS also learnt lots about water in their assembly this morning.
Today KS2 had a visit from United Utilities. We have learnt all about the importance of saving water and have lots of ideas how we can do this. We also know where our water comes from and is disposed of.
Someone has just dropped this after the disco - Mrs Bone has it in the office 💃🏼🕺
EYFS had their first PE session with Carl today from Reds in the Community. We had such good fun playing lots of new games.
Last night the staff received some training from Little Chatters as part of our Learning Through Landscapes. We planted bulbs and flowers, made seed bombs and bug hotels and even made some tree boogies. We came away with lots of ideas for improving the outdoor area.
On sale from today. Suggested donation for accessories is minimum £1. Thank you
Has anyone dropped this on the way to school or out on a walk over the weekend? It’s being looked after by Mrs Bone in the school office 😁
🍀🍀🍀We would all like to wish Miss Torrance “Good Luck” on her first day in her new job at Mayfield School. We know she will be amazing!🍀🍀🍀
Do any of our children own a coat like this? It was left on Dalzell Street last night. Please comment below if you know who it belongs to. Thank you
👻🎃👻🎃👻 It's that time of year again! Our Halloween Disco is taking place this Wednesday from at 5.30pm to 7pm, £3.50 per child.
Please send money into school before Wednesday evening, if possible, in an envelope with your child's name clearly marked on the outside.
***Please let us know if your child CANNOT have glow in the dark face paints***
An extra drink and a packet of Haribos will be on sale for 50p during the evening. (Please add this money to your envelope where possible and we will make a note of who has ordered an extra drink and sweets.)
Fancy Dress is optional.
We are all looking forward to another Spooktacular disco 👻🎃👻🎃👻
We need some empty clear glass wine bottles - can you help? Please hand them into the office, thank you 🍾🍾🍾😁😁😁
NONE of our children in school are old enough for Va**ng but we now alot of our children have older siblings at secondary school. We hope this information is helpful to you.
One out of five 11- to 17-year-olds in the UK has tried va**ng ☁😟 With savvy marketing attracting teens’ attention, concerned parents might find our guide useful in helping children to understand the potential risks 🛡
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Today we had a visit from Primary Puppets who taught us the importance of being respectful to others. We learnt lots of new songs and all about the Good Samaritan. Thank you for our visit.
Year 1&2 award winners are for beautiful, fluent reading reading. Star of the week for her maths knowledge. Writer of the week is for his amazing independent writing.
In Year 5/6 there was an excellent prediction, fantastic group reading and someone who smashed exchanging in column subtraction. Well done everyone.
Well done to our Year 3/4 reader who has been quizzing well, our writer who did an excellent follow on chapter to our book and our Headteacher award winner who showed superb team spirit in cricket.
⭐️EYFS star of the week is for his amazing effort, especially when writing his name. ⭐️
This afternoon we had a visit from the police to tell us all how to keep everybody safe during Halloween and Bonfire Night
The most exciting signing of the season? ⚽🎮 EA Sports FC 24, “the new FIFA”, has arrived … but how well does it defend against threats? Our guide has the essential info for parents of young football fans 🛡
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Announcing our new logo for our business in Year 3/4 . Well done to our winner whose design was chosen by our sponsors Bechtel Cavendish Nuclear Solutions.
Year 3 and 4 have had an exciting afternoon starting up our new business venture with Izzy and Andrew from Bechtel Cavendish Nuclear Solutions.
We have our name-Leafy Habitats.
Watch this space !!
If your child has been unsettled by recent events in Israel, our guide has some insightful tips for helping young ones deal with worrying news content they may have seen online.
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Well done to the Year 5/6 winners. There was an amazing diary entry from the point of view of a character from the class text, a fantastic reading ethos at home and at school and a great ambassador of our school values. Well done.
Our award winners have been reading avidly, improving their handwriting and improved their behaviour in Year 3/4 this week. Well done everyone x
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