Updates

First Feature Image
First Feature Image

Up Coming Events View Full Calendar

Learning

Second Feature Image
First Feature Image

View the latest Child-Initiated Independent Learning

Children

Third Feature Image
First Feature Image

VLE Link

ButterBelly Theme Features

Features that will make your website awesome.

ButterBelly is designed beautifully with clean coding. You can easily install it on your dashboard within a single click and make your website within no time. ButterBelly is designed beautifully with clean coding. You can easily install it on your dashboard within a single click and make your website within no time.ButterBelly is designed beautifully with clean coding. You can easily install it on your dashboard within a single click.

You can showcase multiple images on slider maximum of 6 that will attract visitor's attention. The recommended size of the images is 1920 px x 860 px. .

8 beautiful colors are given in the theme option. You can choose the best as per your requirement.

The most important feature that everybody wants nowadays. The theme is completely responsive and will look on mobile devices. The theme is also compatible with latest browsers.

Latest News

Recent events from the school

  • Post Image

    What’s Happening in Child Initiated Independent Learning?

    0

    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.

    Continue Reading...
  • Post Image

    Philosophy For Children Gold Award

    0

    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.

    Continue Reading...
  • Post Image

    Step in my Shoes

    0

      Lewis’ Planning Project is  to collect shoes to donate to refugees in Syria and Greece. “I decided that I would like to do something to help refugees as my new planning project. The idea came to me at the end of the summer holidays when we were buying new shoes for school. Usually we […]

    Continue Reading...
  • Post Image

    Our Special Visitors

    0

    We welcomed some very special visitors to school this morning. Oscar brought his six kittens into assembly so that we could meet them all. We all thought they were just beautiful and everybody wanted to have a cuddle ! The kittens behaved themselves purrfectly !   You can see us all enjoying meeting the kittens […]

    Continue Reading...
  • Post Image

    Scarecrow Isabel

    0

        Armathwaite School  have created their own special scarecrow for The Armathwaite Scarecrow Festival. We are very grateful to all the children who spent their Planning afternoon helping Mrs Hepworth to make Scarecrow “Isabel” The Scarecrow Festival raised £340 which will be split between Armathwaite School and Armathwaite Nursery. Many thanks to members of […]

    Continue Reading...
  • Post Image

    FairActive School Award renewed

    0

    We are really proud to have our FairActive School Award renewed.  We have a long history of Fairtrade at Armathwaite School.  The spokesperson for the Fairtrade Foundation said: “You are an amazing example and we would like to use you as a case study for other schools.”

    Continue Reading...
  • Post Image

    Taking Time to look at the View

    0

    This year we visited Hallin Fell on Ullswater for our summer trip. We managed to use three different types of transport ~ starting off travelling by bus to Pooley Bridge, then taking the steamer to Howtown and finally walking up Hallin Fell. This was great fun and a perfect opportunity for us all to realise […]

    Continue Reading...
  • Post Image

    Escape to Safety refugee exhibition for Refugee Week

    0

        Pupils from Year 6 visited the Escape to Safety exhibition at William Howard School as part of Refugee Week.  They were shown a mock refugee tent similar to that used in Calais which was made by Carlisle Refugee Action Group.  Members of the group gave a talk about what they did. They also went […]

    Continue Reading...