On Monday, all CET schools took part in the #BrighterCumbria challenge – aiming to spread kindness and joy across our school communities, in order to beat ‘Blue Monday’ and make everyone smile! Longtown accepted the challenge and planned a full day of activities, including a very special visit to Eskdale House – where pupils spent…
Artistic youngsters from CET schools had their work displayed at one of Cumbria’s premier galleries as part of a major collaborative project.
Our Sports Leaders Scheme gives children in Upper Key Stage Two (Year 5 and 6) the chance to lead on sporting activities around school.
Another Longtown Primary School pebble has been found!
As part of the Ofsted celebration students at Longtown Primary School painted pebbles that included little messages.
I am now able to share the report with you and the outcome of our full Section 5 Inspection.
William Howard played host to Cumbria Education Trust’s Primary School Junior Masterchef Challenge on Wednesday, 6 March.
Students representing all 7 schools in the Cumbria Education Trust (CET) participated in the inaugural collaborative School Council meeting.
On Friday 9th November, we held an afternoon tea to commemorate the 100 year anniversary since the end of the First World War.
Democracies and dictators. Empathy and equality. Resilience and respect. Just a few of the topics of conversation that buzzed around Carlisle Racecourse on Wednesday 7 November.