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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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    A School of Life-Savers !

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    All of the children have been learning fantastic life-saving skills with our very own Heartstart trainer, Mrs. Gill. The children in Reception and Year 1 have learned how to get help for a person who needs an ambulance, how to put an unconscious person into Recovery Position and how to help people who are bleeding. […]

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    Question time for our Muslim visitor

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    Year 2,3 & 4 were enthralled by their recent visit from Mohammed Midhal to share his experience as a Muslim.  Mohammed framed his talk around the 5 Pillars of Islam and the children’s questions came fast and furious, and with increasing depth. Being on BBC1’s Question Time might have been an easier option!   Read more […]

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    Computing Meets Maths!

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    In Computer Club, we have been going on Code.org/learn for the last few weeks. It has improved our computer skills so that we can now program and make games. At the moment in maths, we have been finding out how to find the area of a triangle.  We decided to link our maths into Computer […]

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    Visit to Carlisle Buddhist Centre

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    Year 5 & 6 visited the Carlisle Buddhist Centre as part of their learning in RE.  As well as learning about the key features of Buddhism, they also asked questions on their chosen interested concepts: life after death and non-violence.

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    Play in a day: The Tempest

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    Rob (from Konflux Theatre in Education) worked with Year 4,5 & 6 to put on William Shakespeare’s: The Tempest. After hard day of being actors and actresses, we were able to put on a 20 minute play to the rest of the school and our parents. What an amazing achievement!

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    Special visitors from Alston Primary School

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    Before half term we welcomed 18 pupils from Alston Primary School for a ‘reading extravaganza’.   Friendship games, drama, sharing reading interests, sporting activities and making comic strips together was the order of the day. We are now looking forward to a return visit up to Alston soon!

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