Today, Year 4 worked well in pairs to prepare a sequence of moves using balancing and travelling skills they have been practising. Well done, Year 4!
It was Mr Bear's birthday party today, and he was so pleased to see the children all dressed in their party clothes! He had a wonderful time. He can't wait to see what the children write about the party in their recounts later this week.
Having tasted different ingredients, we now selected the ones we liked best to each make a pasta sauce. Then came the fun bit...eating it! A great way to end the week.
We have been learning greetings in Latin. We used our greetings to make comic strips.
Following up on our work on food chains, Year 4 made Top Trump cards for producer, predators and prey. It was great fun to create the cards and even more fun to play afterwards!
Year 5 are having a fab time on their first day and went down to the lake near Castlerigg to test out their boat-building skills. Did they float? We will wait to find out!!
Y2 read a beautiful Harvest poem in church whilst spelling out the word 'Harvest'. They behaved impeccably and sang wonderfully. Thank you to all our families who donated tins of fruit to our Olive Branch collection. A representative came to the church and thanked all the children in…
It was wonderful to celebrate harvest as a school yesterday. Year 4 led us in reflecting on a passage from Matthew's Gospel:
This reading comes from the Gospel of Matthew
One day, Jesus was talking to his friends and he said:
One of these days I will say:
“When I was hungry, you gave…
Here is Year 1 in the Harvest Celebration, showing off our paintings and singing the song we practised.
Year 6 really enjoyed their Slave Trail tour of Lancaster with Geraldine Onek and Prof. Alan Rice.
We were lucky enough to be the very first group to test Lancaster Black History's first child-friendly map trail!
We learnt lots and saw another side of Lancaster we didn't know…
We went to the cathedral for the very first time for the school harvest celebration. We showed some of the beautiful paintings we did of food that has been grown by farmers. We also sang 'what do we do at harvest time?' to celebrate the season of harvest.
We have been learning about prepositions. We practiced them by describing the positions of objects in our classroom. We used the words beyond, outside, within, below, above and beneath. Can you work out the sentence that goes with our picture?