The cold January weather didn’t stop Y6 enjoying an energetic Multi-skills session outside with Dan. They have been working on attacking and invading ball games and learning how to defend.
As part of their Crime and Punishment topic our Y6 children were invited to Workington Magistrates Court to find out more about how our justice system works. They took part in a mock court case, stood in the witness box and even visited the cells under the court. We were lucky to host Charlotte…
Y3 and Y4 enjoyed an afternoon making healthy fruit kebabs. They have been learning about ways to keep our bodies healthy and ways we can make sensible snack swaps.
Year 6 spent a morning at the library on Friday. They chose some lovely books to book out and enjoy reading at home and also enjoyed listening to a chapter of their current class novel: Street Child.
Our newly elected school Council met for the first time this year. Ventures discussed were: healthy tuck-shop ideas and possible fundraising events. Thank you to Matty and Lola for recording the minutes.
Y6 enjoyed a morning with representatives from the Cumbria Primary Business partnership who came in to deliver a series of workshops about different jobs and career paths available in Cumbria.
Reception enjoyed a multi-skills session with Dan during their P.E. lesson this week. They practiced chasing, balancing and changing direction.
We were thrilled to be joined by Claire who is the current reigning Women’s Gurning Champion. Many of our KS2 children gave her some serious competition on the yard today though......
Congratulations to our fantastic Y5/6 Girls’ Cricket Team who reached the county finals and competed at Cockermouth Cricket Club today.
The current Y5 class enjoyed an afternoon of collaborative team work in Y6 with Mrs Taylor and Miss Parr. Their challenge was to build the highest but sturdiest tower out of marshmallows and spaghetti. Brooke, Lola and Charlotte were crowned the eventual winners. We’re all looking forward to…
Y6 were invited to Lakes College, Lilyhall, to learn about the variety of jobs and careers available in our local area. They thoroughly enjoyed their morning, trying their hand at many activities including: biscuit icing, hairdressing, policing and virtual reality gaming!
Y6 enjoyed a peaceful, afternoon at the library today. Despite almost being ready to leave us for Secondary school, it proved that you’re never too old to enjoy listening to a good story!