Year 3 and 4 had a fantastic time at Keswick’s Theatre by the Lake. They watched their Christmas production of The Borrowers. What a marvellous show! They were amazed by how they made the actors seem like miniature people hiding under the floorboards. They enjoyed, singing, clapping, dancing along…
Year 4 had lots of fun in class today learning more about the delicate biodiversity of river environments.
Our circle of odd socks to raise awareness of anti-bullying. It's to symbolise that we are all different and that children should be themselves, accepting of one another and celebrate difference.
A small selection of our Year 3 & 4 children represented St Bridget’s in a Dodgeball tournament at St Bees School today. There were about ten local schools taking part. They enjoyed the many varied activities.
KS2 had a fantastic time on their end of year trip in the Lost Fort at Lowther Castle.
We all had a great time at the County School Games competing in in the tri-golf section. All the children enjoyed all the different challenges at each station and they all came home with a medal!
KS2 children have enjoyed learning how to play rounders in our after school club. They have learnt batting and fielding skills and all enjoyed playing lots of matches.
Y4 have had a wonderful day celebrating our Queen’s Platinum Jubilee. They created collage portraits of the Queen and then they joined with the rest of the school to enjoy a traditional street party with ice-cream, picnic and music and dancing on the yard.
Our first Forest Schools Taster session was held for Years 3 and 4. After learning the rules for Forest school, ‘Be safe, be kind,’ the children were set the challenge of designing a flag or emblem that represents what makes our School so special. The only resources allowed were anything that…
Year 4 are using Logo to learn how to use a text based coding language to control an onscreen turtle to create mathematical patterns. Today they have been learning the common instructions using the Logo programming language to create shapes.
Year 4 enjoyed exploring the new Castle in the warm Spring sunshine.
Our spellings this week are the soft /c/ spelt ‘ci’ and one of our spellings is ‘cinnamon’ so we decided to make some cinnamon toast with one of our spellings. We agreed it’s good to try new things and although some of us were reluctant at first to try cinnamon, we discovered that we quite like…