Everyone enjoyed an afternoon of Christmas carols and songs, accompanied by shortbread, mince pies and Christmas fruit punch.
Congratulations to our Key Steps Gymnastic teams who all won round two of their competitions, doing floor and vault routines.
They now go through to the County Championships on Thursday 24th March at Penrith representing Allerdale Small Schools.
This is the third time we have had all three teams in the County finals. For this competition the teams have to do floor, vault and body management. Good luck to you all,
Key Stage Two were invited to Caldew School, Dalston to their annual Cross Country.
All the children enjoyed the experience on a fine, sunny but cold afternoon.
Here are some of their comments. R.R - exhausting. M.T - breathless. K.F - cool, tiring but still enjoyable. A.R - fun and really energetic when you get going and G.L - good experience. Happy but pleased I have finished. I think I`d rather do maths though.
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The children in Years 3, 4, 5 and 6 baked scones for the Macmillan coffe morning held in the school hall. They raised just over £100 for Macmillan. All the children enjoyed baking.
The children in Key stage 1 are paired with children in Key stage 2 to support them in their reading.
We were delighted to have Harry Owen, the Olympic and Commonwealth Gymnast visit the school. All the children participated in a carousel of fitness activities. Then Harry demonstrated his gymnastic skills to the children.
Harry competed in the 2014 Commonwealth Games held in Glasgow. He is now training hard for the Olympic Games to be held in Rio 2016 and also for the next Commonwealth Games to be held in 3 years time. We wish him well.
The Northern Fells group held a film show in the Village Hall. Year 6 children handed scones and cakes to the people who were having their tea during the interval.
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