Today was World Thinking Day and some of our pupils came to school in their Rainbow, Brownie, Beavers, and Cubs uniform. The Brownies and Rainbows presented an assembly with their leaders.
Year 6 have been studying World War II. They were given a project for homework and did exceptionally well researching the topic; creating pictures; and making marvellous cakes out of rationed ingredients.
Very well done Year 6.
The snow brought great excitement today and we didn’t miss the opportunity to enjoy it.
We offer a vibrant, safe, nurturing environment where children start their learning adventure. Opening hours are from 8.45am to 11.45am during term time. Government funding is available for children the term following their 3rd birthday (free 15 hours per week). There is an option to split the funding with the local private nursery, Pear Tree,…Details
Huge well done to our footballers who played phenomenally well on Saturday, 20 January at the Carlisle School’s Football Tournament . We were beaten by the overall winners of the whole tournament; but put up a brilliant fight. We finished second in our group, winning four out of five games.Details
Cumbria Education Trust are holding their first musical performance with children and young people performing from across all of the Trust’s family of schools at Theatre by the Lake on Saturday, 11 November. This exciting event will commence at 7.00pm Letter to parentsDetails
Schools within Cumbria Education Trust and The Cumberland Building Society worked collaboratively on a competition to create a new logo design for The Cumberland Building Society’s Young Savers Account during My Money Week, which is run by Young Enterprise. The winners were announced during the end of term. 650 entries were received with designs ranging from…Details
Year 5 pupils from Longtown Primary and Yewdale Primary visited the University of Cumbria, Fusehill Street Campus for a What is University Day on the 5th and 6th June. The event was organised by Mrs Hill, Lead Practitioner (Careers, Financial Education and Enterprise) who said “ It is really exciting for our pupils to visit…Details
Cumbria Education Trust and The Cumberland Building Society are working collaboratively on a competition to create a new logo design for The Cumberland Building Society Young Savers Account during My Money Week, which is run by the Personal Finance Education Group (PFEG) – now part of Young Enterprise. Tracey Hill, Lead Practitioner in Careers, Financial Education…Details
To celebrate World Book Day we have organised a variety of events to promote reading and a love of books. The Scholastic Book Fair will be arriving in school for children and parents to browse and buy books. The fair will be open on Monday 27th February, Tuesday 28th February and Wednesday 1st March from…Details