Examples of citizenship, diversity & community
Today, Year 4 visited our local Salvation Army church as part of their learning about Christianity and the work the local church do in our community around Christmas time.
Year 6 visited the local church this week as part of their learning about advent and the run up to the Christmas celebrations within the Church of England.
We are so proud of our school and local community. The children have been supporting the Royal British Legion selling poppies and our soldier silhouettes are on the front yard once more ... Lest we forget
Our reading spine is a collection of books selected in each year group which reflects the diversity of our past and present world. The Reading spine is accessible in each class and children can select a book to take home. The books are also used as part of the...
We were blown away with the maturity and enthusiasm of our Pupil Parliament last week. They visited the Lancashire County Council buildings in Preston and were able to pose questions to the Chairman Councillor Yates and Councillor Pattison. There were a great...
Year 5 & 6 had a very informative day at Lancaster University this week looking at democracy and what it means to them. They took part in a debate about the banning plastics – for and against as well as finding out about university life. The children had a tour of...
It was great to see so many families taking part in the Ruskin Art workshops over the half-term. They had fun using our locality to create some 3D sculptures and art work. We will hopefully be able to arrange some more sessions in the future.
Year 2 were lucky enough to be visited by Lancashire Fire and Rescue Service. Paul helped to talk through what we need to do in an emergency, how to call the fire service and some of the roles they do as part of their job. We learnt what to do if we set something on...
Last Updated on May 3, 2022