On Wednesday, we had our Easter Egg Competition. This year, the children had to base their design on a book. There were some fantastic entries and the children voted on the winners. We also have a new painting in school which shows our school values. All the children got the opportunity to design the painting. Four children's pieces of work were used to produce our school values painting. Wishing you all a happy Easter. ... See MoreSee Less
Extremely proud of our tag rugby team for being runners up in the Bolton Tag Rugby Tournament. We played some great rugby, scored some brilliant tries and played superbly as a team! Well done to all involved. 🏉 ... See MoreSee Less
We’ve had a fun packed first day on our residential at Hawse End. We’ve been canoeing, ghyll scrambling, problem solving and fell walking. The children are now safely tucked up in bed.🤞😴 ... See MoreSee Less
We were very lucky today to have Jaimi Wilson in this afternoon. She has spent the last 3 years cycling around the world. The children were amazed by her inspiring stories and they wished her luck for her world record attempt, to be the fastest woman to cycle around the world.Good luck! ... See MoreSee Less
Pre school have had a very busy and exciting week. We made pancakes and enjoyed eating them with a choice of toppings 😋 Our topic this week is traditional tales, we made gingerbread men and marshmallow pigs 🐷🐷🐷 We also dressed up for world book day and shared our favourite stories 📖 ... See MoreSee Less
Just a reminder that we have our ceilidh this evening, and tickets are available on the door from 6pm. (£3.50 for adults, £2.50 for children and a family ticket is £10 - family of 4). ... See MoreSee Less
We’ve had a fantastic World Book Day. We have done lots of book themed activities and had a great afternoon with a professional story teller called Keith Donnelly. As you can see in the photos, he had the children in stitches and he was full of praise for the children’s attitude and engagement. ... See MoreSee Less
Thrilled to see these. So glad you all had such a good time. We hope to bring more storytellers to you in the future 🙂 Love the amazing outfits here!!!
Jamie said it was hilarious!
Wed March 6th
Our topic this term has been African Art. Class 1 have enjoyed learning about the Maasai people. We have designed and made our own Maasai headbands. We also learned about their traditional jumping dance. We think we are quite good at it! ... See MoreSee Less
Our new school garden is almost there! A special thanks to Claire Backhouse and Rob ‘the handyman’ for their hard work this week, in getting the beds planted up, with a range of flowers and shrubs and for painting the flowerbeds. ... See MoreSee Less
What a fantastic day we had at Young Voices 2019! The children sang, danced, flossed and rocked their hearts out! A great experience for the children and even the staff were seen dancing away! ... See MoreSee Less