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Spring Term 2018

Y5/6 Swimming Gala

at Edisford Pool, Clitheroe

Monday 12th March 1 - 3pm

Team: Lucy, Zaynab, Aalisha, Tara, Aleece, Joshua, Joseph, Jack, Adam and Xander.


This was our first swimming event and we are very proud of the children. There were over 90 children competing in a variety of races. Whilst we did not come away with any medals, our children displayed great sportsmanship: cheering and encouraging each other and applauding the winners. They showed determination, passion, self belief and teamwork. We could not have been any prouder of them. 


Thanks to Mr Ward, Mrs Eastham and Mr Greenwood for transporting and supporting the children and to Mr Bargh for coming down to cheer them on. 

Whole School OAA problem solving Day

with Outdoor Elements

Monday 26th February

A great day learning about the importance of communication in teamwork. Children worked together to come up with solutions to problems/challenges. After solving them, they learned the importance of evaluating and improving: how could they do it better/ Quicker? They learned the importance of following rules and supporting each other. Many children showed great leadership skills throughout the day. Have a look at some of the photos below. 



Y3/4 Gymnastics

at St Augustine's RC High School

Monday 5th February 5 - 6pm

Team: Maxwell, Eva, Tilly, George and Amaani.


Our 5 children performed very well in a competition that we have only entered once before. For three of the children this was their very first gymnastics competition. After having learned their routines in a very short space of time, they performed confidently to judges. This is quite a daunting experience as there is an audience and it is absolutely silent! We didn't get placed in this occasion but it was a great experience and opportunity for them. They all displayed self belief  and determination clearly throughout the evening. Well done everyone.


Thanks to Mrs Riddell for putting in the extra hours to coach and take the children to this event.  


'B' Team Football Tournament

at Accrington Academy

Friday 2nd February



Team: Robert, Lucy, Evie, George R, Oliver, Maxwell and Xander.


Well done to our team who all played fearlessly and defended bravely in each of their 3 matches. We didn't manage to win any but all of the children displayed our sporting values well and kept their heads held high. Well done everyone.


Thank you to Mr Manager, Chris Bargh and our trusty team of parent fans.



KS1 Dance Festival

at Bowland High school

Thursday 18th January 

WOW this event was so much fun.  We learned a fantastic routine based on the song 'You've got a friend in me' and then experimented with lots of different ways of moving our bodies to music using ribbons, streamers, parachutes, scarves and foils.  

Team: Anna, Evelyn, Malin, Fatimah, Arabella, Haris, Alayna, Jessica, Austin, Paloma, Hannah




Sportshall Athletics

at Roefield, Clitheroe

Tuesday 16th January 2018


Team: Aariz, Joseph, Adam, Harry, James, Warwick, Evie, Tara, Alisha, Lucy, Saher and Zaynab.


CONGRATULATIONS to our Y5/6 team for finishing 3rd in the small schools event. 


Children particpated in in a range of track and field events on  a very busy evening: nine schools were present, each with teams of 12 children. 

Our boys performed particularly well, finishing first in the 4x1 lap relay and in the obstacle race and 2nd in the 2x2 lap relay. 

The girls also performed particularly well in the obstacle race, finishing 2nd. 


The whole team showed great sportsmanship and amazing passion and determination throughout each event. We are extremely proud of them. 


Thanks to Mrs Redmayne and Mr Greenwood for helping with transport to the event. 

EYFS ICycle ‘Balance Bikes’ training
Our Pre-School and Reception children enjoyed ICycle sessions delivered by Miles. They learned about how to keep safe, how to look after a bike and developed their basic skills including; lifting a bike from the ground, placing it on the ground carefully, moving their bike from one place to another, gaining their own balance on a bike and controlling the speed/direction when pushing along & lifting their feet to the balancing pedals AND some children were even able to ride a pedal bicycle at the end of their sessions. 

Outdoor Elements Problem solving Day

Year 3 and 4 Gymnastics Competition

Football tournament at Accrington Academy. Friday 2nd February