Thu December 13th

We've something exciting to celebrate 🎉🎈- we’re Cumbria’s top school for reading!
Congratulations to our year 6 pupils who excelled in last year’s SATs tests. Their average score in reading ( 112.8 ) was the highest in Cumbria, with scores for other subjects close behind.
In common with many small schools, our SATs results don’t always appear on the official league tables, but you can see full details of how we did, along with a link to the Cumbria performance tables on our website at:
temp-sow.cumbria.sch.uk/our-school/ks2-results-and-performance-tables/
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Weve something exciting to celebrate 🎉🎈- we’re Cumbria’s top school for reading!
Congratulations to our year 6 pupils who excelled in last year’s SATs tests. Their average score in reading ( 112.8 ) was the highest in Cumbria, with scores for other subjects close behind.
In common with many small schools, our SATs results don’t always appear on the official league tables, but you can see full details of how we did, along with a link to the Cumbria performance tables on our website at:
 http://temp-sow.cumbria.sch.uk/our-school/ks2-results-and-performance-tables/

 

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I recognise a certain young lady there.

Brilliant effort, well done everyone

Well done to all the Temple Sowerby team!

Well done everyone!

Fantastic you should all be very proud of your achievements 😃

Congratulations to you all good news!

That’s fantastic, congratulations!

Brilliant news!

Amazing well done everyone

Well done everybody !!

Congratulations 🎉

Brilliant!!👏

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Fri December 7th

Also, a reminder we have the Christmas Wreath Making Workshop, on Sunday from 3 to 5pm. We do have a few places available! To book a place please contact school on 017683 61512 or email admin@temp-sow.cumbria.sch.uk. ... See MoreSee Less

Fri December 7th

On Wednesday morning, we had a values morning.The value we have been focusing on over the half term has been kindness.
The children worked in their house groups and the older children were encouraged to work with the younger children.
The children made kindness bookmarks, a book about acts of kindness, kindness word clouds and kindness hearts where the children had to write something that one of their friends does kindly. The work they produced was excellent.
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Fri November 30th

The Friends of Temple Sowerby School have come up with the wonderful idea of a Reverse Advent Calendar. This is to teach the children the importance of giving to others who maybe aren't as fortunate. If you would like to take part, then please put your name on one of the baubles on the Christmas tree, which is just outside the office.

Then, when it is your day, please could you bring an item of food (non-perishable). At the end of Advent, the hamper will then be donated to Eden Food Bank.
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The Friends of Temple Sowerby School have come up with the wonderful idea of a Reverse Advent Calendar. This is to teach the children the importance of giving to others who maybe arent as fortunate. If you would like to take part, then please put your name on one of the baubles on the Christmas tree, which is just outside the office. 

Then, when it is your day, please could you bring an item of food (non-perishable). At the end of Advent, the hamper will then be donated to Eden Food Bank.

Thu November 29th

Why not come and join us for our Christmas Wreath Making Workshop. You will need to book and spaces are limited and are already filling up.
Please feel free to share!
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Why not come and join us for our Christmas Wreath Making Workshop. You will need to book and spaces are limited and are already filling up. 
Please feel free to share!

Wed November 28th

We had some very exciting news today...the school won the Summer Reading Challenge which was run by Cumbria Library Service.
We had 16 children complete the challenge, which was not only the most for the small schools in Eden area, but also more than any of the big primary schools in Eden. A great achievement and shows how much we value reading in our school. Well done to all the children who completed the challenge.

We also have some more exciting news to follow about reading...
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We had some very exciting news today...the school won the Summer Reading Challenge which was run by Cumbria Library Service. 
We had 16 children complete the challenge, which was not only the most for the small schools in Eden area, but also more than any of the big primary schools in Eden. A great achievement and shows how much we value reading in our school. Well done to all the children who completed the challenge. 

We also have some more exciting news to follow about reading...Image attachment

 

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Well done everybody , staff and children !

Congratulations!

Wow that’s amazing well done 👏👏👏

Well done everyone🎉

Fantastic....well done! 📚📖

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Fri November 23rd

As part of National Road Safety Week, we had Karen and Colin, our Community Police Officers, in to talk about road safety. Year 4,5 and 6 learnt about the Green Cross Code and how to be a perfect passenger and they had the opportunity to try and catch people speeding through the village (we caught 2). ... See MoreSee Less

As part of National Road Safety Week, we had Karen and Colin, our Community Police Officers, in to talk about road safety. Year 4,5 and 6 learnt about the Green Cross Code and how to be a perfect passenger and they had the opportunity to try and catch people speeding through the village (we caught 2).Image attachmentImage attachment

 

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Well done! Love the jackets? 😀

Wed November 21st

If you have any newspapers going spare, then please could you bring them in so the Key Stage 2 children can continue to build their World War I trenches. Thanks ... See MoreSee Less

Fri November 16th

The children had a fantastic day raising money for Children in Need. They managed a grand total of 12088 skips and looked great in their spotty outfits. Well done to all involved! ... See MoreSee Less

The children had a fantastic day raising money for Children in Need. They managed a grand total of 12088 skips and looked great in their spotty outfits. Well done to all involved!

Fri November 16th

Running club was a great success today. It was lovely to see some children from Reception getting involved. Well done to all who came. ... See MoreSee Less

Running club was a great success today. It was lovely to see some children from Reception getting involved. Well done to all who came.

Fri November 16th

So Class 2 have done their skipping. A grand total of 3,128; no pressure Class 1 and 3!! ... See MoreSee Less

Fri November 16th

Class 2 are first up in our sponsored skip for Children in Need. They are looking to make a big dent in the 5,000 total skips we plan to do as a school. ... See MoreSee Less

Wed November 14th

We have had a visitor in school today...Pudsey.
All the children got the chance to meet him and ask him a few questions.

The children should have a sponsorship form about our sponsored skip on Friday. We will be raising money for Children in Need and our target is 5000 skips across the whole school.
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Tue November 13th

Reception and Key Stage 1 have had a brilliant morning at the Basic Moves Festival at Appleby. We have been doing lots of different skills and we got plenty on stickers to keep us happy! ... See MoreSee Less

 

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Lovely morning. I keep finding stickers hehe!!!!

Brilliant!! Sticker fest 🙌🏼

Sun November 11th

Key Stage 2 made 100 poppies to mark the centenary of the ending of World War I.

They shall grow not old, as we that are left grow old:
Age shall not weary them, nor the years condemn.
At the going down of the sun and in the morning,
We will remember them.
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Sun November 11th

Key Stage 2 made 100 poppies to mark the centenary of the ending of World War I.

They shall grow not old, as we that are left grow old:
Age shall not weary them, nor the years condemn.
At the going down of the sun and in the morning,
We will remember them.
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Key Stage 2 made 100 poppies to mark the centenary of the ending of World War I. 

They shall grow not old, as we that are left grow old:
Age shall not weary them, nor the years condemn.
At the going down of the sun and in the morning,
We will remember them.

Fri November 9th

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Fri November 9th

We have had a fantastic day as we have had a full day of skipping! The children have done traditional and French skipping and learnt lots of new skills. The children are now extremely motivated and no doubt there will be lots of skipping over the weekend... ... See MoreSee Less

 

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Where are you Christine? X

Wed October 10th

If you are free tomorrow, why not come down to our open day... ... See MoreSee Less

If you are free tomorrow, why not come down to our open day...

Tue October 9th

The football team are at Appleby Grammar School taking part in the preliminary qualification for the Champions League...real football! ⚽️ ... See MoreSee Less

The football team are at Appleby Grammar School taking part in the preliminary qualification for the Champions League...real football! ⚽️

 

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Good luck Temple Sowerby!

Good luck and enjoy

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