Jubilee Celebrations!

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Posted by Mrs Hughes | Posted in General News | Posted on 29-05-2012

Year1 are learning about a decade of Queen Elizabeth’s reign. We are looking at the 1970’s! W are also designing and making commemorative plates – look out for our finished products!

Science Week is upon us!

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Posted by Mrs Hughes | Posted in General News | Posted on 18-03-2012

This week we are going to be conducting some exciting experiments in class. Watch this space to see how we get on!

Pick one, or more
Pick one, or more

Happy Mother’s Day!

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Posted by Mrs Hughes | Posted in General News | Posted on 18-03-2012

Class 1b made beautiful cards this week with the help of Miss Loveday. The class also wrote about why their mum was special and all competition entries were read by Mrs Kelly.

The wining entry chosen by Mrs Kelly was by Nicole Dickson and her mum enjoyed a Mother’s day lunch with her on Friday, after a morning of craft activities.

 

 

Thank you for half-a-million views!
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1b – buzzing with excitement!

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Posted by Mrs Hughes | Posted in General News | Posted on 07-03-2012

Welcome to our first blog!

We are looking forward to sharing our wonderful learning

experiences with those close to home and the  wider world.

Exciting times! Come back and visit us again soon.

Our trip to the Zoo!

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Posted by Mrs Hughes | Posted in General News | Posted on 07-03-2012

On February 22nd Year One went on an exciting trip to Backpool Zoo. We saw lots of interesting animals.

Blackpool Zoo
(Giraffe) Dinner?
photo credit: theentiremikey via photopin cc

 

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Posted by admin | Posted in General News | Posted on 16-09-2011

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