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29 June 2018

Ingleton Outdoor Activity Day 2018

On Thursday 28th June, year 5 children visited Ingleton Quarries for an outdoor pursuit day. In gloriously bright sunshine, the children enjoyed participating in rock climbing, abseilling and problem solving acitivities. Well done to all the children who participated so enthusiastically.

By Mark Ashburn, 29 June 2018 – 0 comments

29 June 2018

Manchester Residential 2018

On Thursday 21st and Friday 22nd June, we visited Manchester for the annual year 5 residential trip, We arrived at the Science Museum and participated in two workshops: Circuit City and Forces and Flight. The children learnt so much about both topics! After, we explored the museum and then got settled into our accommodation at the Youth Hostel. After a wonderful tea, we watched Awful Auntie at the Manchester Opera House. On the second day we went to the Rockover Adventure Centre for an activity day, which included bouldering, abseilling and climbing. A fabulous trip once again!

By Mark Ashburn, 29 June 2018 – 0 comments

29 June 2018

QKS Activity Day

We had a great time at the QKS activity day. We explored acids and alkalis in Science, made hot chocolate in the outdoors and did some orienteering! A great day was had by all!

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25 April 2018

Netball Coaching

Year 5 children enjoyed a netball skills coaching session hosted by Kirkbie Kendal School. During the session the children learnt about movement, passing and shooting. They then got to play fun games at the end. Everyone had a great time and learnt lots of new skills. Have a look at the photos to see what we did.

By Mark Ashburn, 25 April 2018 – 0 comments

20 April 2018

Science: Parts of a Flower

As part of our Living things and their habitats topic, year 5 have been studying the parts of a flower and how this relates to plant reproduction. In a recent Science lesson, we dissected a flower and found the different parts, named them and learnt about their functions. Here's some pictures to illustrate what we did.

By Mark Ashburn, 20 April 2018 – 0 comments

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