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Fri May 27th

Gardening Club have been busy this week!

Tomato plants and basil have been planted to grow 'Pizza Pots' 🌱🍕

Also, to mark the forthcoming #PlatinumJubilee the bug house was given a good tidy and officially named with a plaque - may we present 'Bug-ingham Palace'.
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Gardening Club have been busy this week!

Tomato plants and basil have been planted to grow Pizza Pots 🌱🍕

Also, to mark the forthcoming #PlatinumJubilee the bug house was given a good tidy and officially named with a plaque - may we present Bug-ingham Palace.Image attachmentImage attachment
Thu May 26th

Preschool, Reception, Year 1 and 2 have had a Platinum Jubilee Tea Party as part of our learning about Queen Elizabeth II‘s 70 years on the throne. The children spent some time listening to the national anthem and watched a clip from 1953 of the Queen’s Coronation. We enjoyed eating scones with jam and cream, cupcakes and some shortbread biscuits. ... See MoreSee Less

Tue May 17th

It's been another busy day at Temple Sowerby School. This morning, we were visited by champion wheelchair basketball player, Nat Pattinson, to teach the children about the sport and give them an insight into living with a disability.
Meanwhile, some of the children have also been working on the village hall mural, which will form part of the village's celebrations to commemorate the Queen's Platinum Jubilee.
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Fri May 13th

As part of our Year 6 transition programme, children from schools across the Eden Rural Alliance all joined together today at Patterdale Hall in the Lake District. We have had a fantastic day of gorge walking, team building and ropes courses, as well as making new friends. ... See MoreSee Less

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What a lovely day for everybody !

Tue May 10th

Years 1 and 2 had a fantastic afternoon of climbing at Appleby Hub. The instructors were really impressed with all of the children’s determination and attitude. Well done all and many thanks to the parents who helped out. ... See MoreSee Less

Fri May 6th

Today was Miss Winter’s final day in school before she starts her leave. She is going to be sorely missed by everyone in school and we can’t thank her enough for everything she has done over the years. We are sure she'll be back to visit soon! Thanks also to all the parents for their kind cards and gifts. ... See MoreSee Less

Today was Miss Winter’s final day in school before she starts her leave. She is going to be sorely missed by everyone in school and we can’t thank her enough for everything she has done over the years. We are sure shell be back to visit soon! Thanks also to all the parents for their kind cards and gifts.

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Thank you for everything you have done for Ollie at the school Joanne . The very best wishes for an exciting adventure ahead x

Good luck and best wishes for an exciting chapter ahead😍😍😊xx

Sending love and good wishes to you Joanne. Xx

Lovely picture good luck “ Miss Winter “ .

Good luck Miss Winter. Enjoy you leave😊

Good luck Miss Winter, best wishes x

Oh you’ll be missed!! Very best wishes.

All the best in your new chapter

Sounds exciting what are you doing Miss Winter ?

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Thu May 5th

Gardening Club resumed last week and the sun was shining for the first Gardening Club of 2022! The children had lots of fun clearing out the ponds which they created last year. Can you spot our resident frogs? ... See MoreSee Less

Tue May 3rd

Another fantastic afternoon spent running at Hunter Hall KS1 Cross Country Festival. Well done to all the runners who took part, you were brilliant! 👏🏻👏🏻🏅 ... See MoreSee Less

Tue April 26th

The Yr 3 and 4 pupils spent an excellent afternoon on the climbing wall at Appleby Hub. They loved it! Well done to all 🧗‍♀️👏🏻👏🏻 ... See MoreSee Less

Fri April 22nd

We were delighted this week to be joined by African author, Bemma Akyeampong. She introduced her new book, Ayuda’s Messy Rescue, and read the story with the children. She was born in Ghana and she told us all about her African culture. ... See MoreSee Less

We were delighted this week to be joined by African author, Bemma Akyeampong. She introduced her new book, Ayuda’s Messy Rescue, and read the story with the children.  She was born in Ghana and she told us all about her African culture.Image attachmentImage attachment
Fri April 22nd

Yesterday we took two teams to Kirkby Stephen to a tag rugby festival. It was a great afternoon and both teams played so well! 🏉👏🏻 ... See MoreSee Less

Yesterday we took two teams to Kirkby Stephen to a tag rugby festival. It was a great afternoon and both teams played so well! 🏉👏🏻Image attachmentImage attachment
Fri April 1st

The children are now on the bus, returning from this week's residential, so here are a few last pictures of this morning's 'Seashore Safari'. ... See MoreSee Less

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Thank you so much for all your hard work. It sounds like the children had a great time!

Fri April 1st

Temple Sowerby's Village Hall committee are desperately in need of trustees to support the running of the hall. The role would involve attending some meetings but is not too demanding. Sadly, if they are not able to find additional trustees, the hall could potentially have to close, which would be disastrous for the village and the school. If you are interested, or know someone who might be able to help, please get in touch with school and we can forward your details. ... See MoreSee Less

Thu March 31st

Day 2 of our Boggle Hole residential started with a hearty breakfast before heading out onto the beach. The weather has been mixed, with glorious sunshine, crashing waves and snow showers. The morning activity was ‘Walking with Dinosaurs’, with the children learning about fossils before heading off to find ammonites and devil’s toenails on the beach.
After lunch, it was ‘Smugglers’ Tales’ so the children walked along the beach to Robin Hood’s Bay to find out about its smuggling history (and for a quick ice-cream in a hail shower).
Having done lots of walking, everyone is now fairly tired. Because of the weather, the evening activity is again indoors - tonight they’re having a Pirate Party!
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Wed March 30th

This morning, the children and staff set off on their residential trip to Boggle Hole YHA. They all arrived safely and, despite the cold weather, spent the afternoon playing team games and building lighthouses as part of their first activity session, ‘Shipwrecks and Storms’. Afterwards, they unpacked and settled into their rooms, went down to the dining room for their evening meal and are now ready for their evening activities. ... See MoreSee Less

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Favourite place in the whole world!

Fri March 25th

What a fantastic afternoon we’ve had at Hunter Hall Cross Country. All the children ran so well. A particular mention goes to the U9 boys team who came first! Amazing work boys!🥇👏🏻👏🏻 ... See MoreSee Less

What a fantastic afternoon we’ve had at Hunter Hall Cross Country. All the children ran so well. A particular mention goes to the U9 boys team who came first! Amazing work boys!🥇👏🏻👏🏻

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Huge well done everyone 🏃⭐

Tue March 22nd

The Year 5 and 6’s enjoyed an afternoon of climbing at Appleby Hub. It was a great taster session and many of the children are keen to return. Well done to all. 👏🏻 ... See MoreSee Less

Mon March 21st

Orian Solutions, who provide our cleaning services at Temple Sowerby CE School, are looking to appoint a cleaning operative. For further details of the post, please contact Linda at Orian Solutions on 07867 000305. ... See MoreSee Less

Tue March 15th

We have been talking about the effects of rubbish on our planet and the importance of recycling. We decided to go litter picking in our local environment. Luckily there was not much rubbish to be picked. ♻️ ... See MoreSee Less

Thu March 10th

It's not long to go until our Bag2School collection on the 23rd March!

If you are thinking about having a Spring sort out we would be very grateful if you would consider supporting us with our collection. Bag2School will accept good quality clothing, accessories, paired shoes and household linen. Donations should be bagged in bin liners and can be brought to school on either Tuesday 22nd March between 8.45 to 9.15 am and 3.15 to 3.45pm or on Wednesday 23rd March between 8.45 - 9.15am. Thank you for your support
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Its not long to go until our Bag2School collection on the 23rd March!

If you are thinking about having a Spring sort out we would be very grateful if you would consider supporting us with our collection.  Bag2School will accept good quality clothing, accessories, paired shoes and household linen.  Donations should be bagged in bin liners and can be brought to school on either Tuesday 22nd March between 8.45 to 9.15 am and 3.15 to 3.45pm or on Wednesday 23rd March between 8.45 - 9.15am.  Thank you for your support
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