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Tuesday 25th June 2019


Today we had a visit from ‘Commando Jo’

They set the scene that we were stranded on a dessert island, we needed to learn to fish to be able to survive. 


The children REN were given two ropes and a coat hanger. They were not allowed to step in the pond or they would receive a penalty. The equipment was also not allowed to touch the pond, which was full of dangerous animals. 


They all worked really well I am very proud of all of them!  


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Tuesday 18th June 

Visit from the 'Quit Squad'


Today we received a visit from the NHS Quit Squad. 

We spoke about the dangers of smoking and the life long effects it 

has on our health and everyone else around us.

Wednesday 5th June


We were lucky enough to receive a visit from United Utilities.

They taught us all about the water cycle.


They also educated us on how to save water as we, as a country, are using too much water. Take a look at the photos to see what we got up to.


Holy Week

Healthy Minds UK came back to visit us again. 


We we took part in three team building activities designed to use each part of our brains. 

  • The children had 8 pieces of drainpipe, they had to use every piece to make a path for a ball to travel through.
  • Secondly, the child had to move themselves, whilst on a bench, into retain orders. E.G age, height. They then had to rearrange themselves without using their voices. 
  • Thirdly, the children had a large tarp. They had to make sure each member of their team were stood on the tarp. If they succeeded they had to fold it in half and do it again. They kept going unti they cousn’t Do it any more. 


The children had lots of fun, take a look ...

Everyone, on World Book Day, dresses up. 


Look how amazing they all look. Amazing effort.

Well done!!

Massive well done to Finlay and Isobel for their

amazing performance in th spelling bee final! 

During World Book Day, we were lucky enough to have a visit from John, who is a story teller. 

As a school we wrote a story about a flying camel stuck in a tree. Th story was named 

‘Evergreen Island’

Healthy Minds UK came to visit our school to tell

us all about our brain.


Our Brain has 6 sections, each as important as each other. 

We spoke about how important it is to protect our 

brains and what it is we must do in order to keep 

our brains healthy.


  • We must get a sufficient amount of sleep.
  • We must eat healthily and had a balanced diet.
  • We must exercise regularly.
  • We must limit our 'technology time'. 


Here are some pictures that show you what we did: