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    What’s Happening in Child Initiated Independent Learning?

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    The Child Initiated Independent Learning(CIIL) at Armathwaite School allows the children to extend and apply their learning. Here are some of the fantastic projects that the children are currently working on.

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    Philosophy For Children Gold Award

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    Armathwaite Primary School has been awarded  the SAPERE Gold Award in recognition of the outstanding commitment, and dedication to and embedding of the Philosophy for Children approach. The Assessor  acknowledged  particular areas of strength and many excellent features of practice.

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    Lacrosse Training and Festival

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    We recently took part in the Penrith Lacrosse Festival. We won our group, qualifying for the semi– final, which we also won. This took us through to the final. Everyone supported each other and played well, demonstrating good sportsmanship and respect for the teams we were playing against. The competition was fun and friendly and […]

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    Year 6s present at London conference

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    A group of 5 of our Year 6s went to London to present at the national P4C conference hosted by SAPERE.  We were honoured to attend the conference and provide an interactive workshop for many of the 130 delegates.

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    BBC Radio Cumbria visit to school

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    There was great excitement during planning afternoon when BBC Radio Cumbria came to visit.  They had seen the article in the Cumberland Herald about Lewis’s shoe collection for refugees and wanted to find out about that, and all the other wonderful planning projects we are doing. You can hear the interview by Sian Hall and […]

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    Forest School Autumn 2016

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    Return to the woods! Year Reception and Year 1 are so excited that we have restarted Forest School. We have  had some gorgeous, autumn days with blue skies, bright sunshine and cold, crisp air. We love our new site in High Stand – have a look at all the fun we were having !

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    Not for the faint-hearted!

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        Heart Dissection 19/10/16   As part of our study into circulatory systems, years 5 and 6 had an exciting lesson dissecting pig and cow hearts. We first cut the hearts open from the Apex right up to the Vena Cava, where the blood enters the heart. We then studied the different chambers and […]

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    The Big Sing at the Big Screen !

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    This week Years 5 and 6 took part in the Big Sing at Rheged, Penrith. We joined other local schools in a fantastic event organised by Jilly Jarman of BlueJam Arts. The event was based around a song cycle  all about the Red Necked Phalarope – a tiny bird that migrates all the way from […]

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