Keswick Mountain Festival - Schools' Triathlon
Thursday 7th June 2018
A fantastic time was had by all this morning as the children took part in the annual triathlon, hosted by the Keswick Mountain Festival.
The weather was perfect and everyone gave 100% effort; you should be proud of yourselves!
Wednesday 23rd May - Share a Pencil Day.
The school spent the afternoon having fun and working together for Share a Pencil Day. They explored the reasons why millions of children globally are missing out on an education, and why that matters. Some classes were given tasks and challenges to complete with limited resources, such as one pencil per group and fewer chairs in the classroom! Key Stage 1 loved working together to complete a global themed treasure hunt. At the end of the afternoon, children did a #pencil selfie to show what they appreciate about their own school. Find out more at https://www.hope.co.uk/share-a-pencil-day/
Science week has been brilliant with some fantastic wow moments to inspire the children. Throughout the week, they conducted investigations related to sound, light, electricity and materials. Then, using their newly found scientific knowledge, each class created something to enhance a rock band’s performance on Friday.
To celebrate the end of the 'Relationships' Jigsaw piece in our PSHE topic, Year 3 and 4 made these colourful streamer flags.
Each streamer represents the appreciation we have for a special person in our lives.
Well done to the Year 1 and Year 2 pupils who took part in the cross country at Hunter Hall
and congratulations to the Year 1 boys who came third.
Well done to the Year 6 football and netball teams who took part in
Skelton 7's Competition and congratulations to the football team
who came first overall.