Try looking in the monthly archives. November 2015

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Children in charge of P4C enquiries

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Not only were our Year 6s facilitating philosophical enquiries with cross-phase groups, they also had an audience of 20 local primary and secondary teachers!  What a fantastic job they did as facilitators, preparing their own discussion plan of ‘counterfactual questions’ and managing the depth of enquiry by using Socratic questions.  The teachers, from schools all over Cumbria, were attending Day 2 […]

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Children in Need

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Over £200 was raised for Children in Need from our fun filled afternoon.  All the activities were organised independently by the children and ranged from a performance, fashion show, music quiz, cake stall, colouring table, treasure hunts, sponsored run, artist table, hopscotch, build a lego Pudsey and lots of other games.

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Crime Scene Visit

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Did you know a million pounds was reported missing from the Fox and Pheasant Inn?  Year 5/6 children paid a visit to investigate several of the crime scenes this week.  They searched for clues in the Victorian Dining Room, a master bedroom and a location on the edge of Coombs Wood.

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We Love The Rain!

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The weather doesn’t stop us having fun. Here are Reception and Year 1 playing in our new mud kitchen and jumping in puddles. Some of the delicious concoctions we created were chocolate and conker cake, beech nut and mud pie, and muddy leaf surprise. Would you like to try some?

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Pudsey’s Gigantic Game

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In Computer Club we helped to make the world’s largest Pudsey game. We enjoyed playing the game and some of us accepted the challenge of  designing our own level for the game.

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Forest School

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This half term Reception and Year 1 children are heading into the woods for weekly Forest School sessions.  Children are encouraged to explore and be creative, making use of the natural resources found in the woodland environment.

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