World War I Theme Week Display
Summer Fair 2018
Y6 explore the Forest School area
Y6 visit Firtree Fisheries - 27 June 2018
Earlier in the year, Y6 were invited to Fir tree Fisheries to plant lots of trees with ‘city of trees’. This week, they were invited back to see how they’re growing. As it was such a hot day, they watered the saplings and then enjoyed a tour around the site. Josh could answer all the questions about the fish that lived there!
Art Theme Week
Rock and River Trips
Years 5 & 6 and 3 & 4 enjoyed their days out at Rock and River. The children took part in a range of activities including: archery, raft building, leap of faith, balance beam and climbing tower. Take a look at some of them in action below.
Cross Country - Burscough 20th April 2018
Easter Competition 2018
Sponsored Walk 2018
The Friends Annual Sponsored Walk took place on Thursday 22 March
Exciting news in school today (14th March) as 5 of the eggs in the incubator have hatched!
World Book Day 2018
Book Cover Competition
The winners of our Book Cover Competition were presented with their prizes today. We had 5 winners in all from around 70 entries. Thank you to everyone who entered. We had a tough job decided on the winners as the standard of entries was so high!
Take a look at the winners here with their prizes and their winning entries.
Reception- Ben Atherton
Year 1- Harley Roberts
Year 2- Dilan Patel
Year 3- Polly Yearsley
Year 5- Freya Peet
This years nativity play is Manger Mouse. Here are some pictures of the cast as they get ready to take part in the two performances we are putting on. All of KS1 are involved and looking forward to singing out loud.
Festive Crafts December 2017
Lancashire Adult Education held a Festive Craft event for parents/carers of Reception and Year 1 pupils. Those who were able to attend enjoyed spending time with the children making Festive items.
Easter Competition 2017
Edinburgh 22nd -24th March 2017
We had a fun packed trip to Edinburgh. The coach arrived at 7.45am on Wednesday and it took us 5 hours to get there. First we visited Dynamic Earth then we climbed up towards Arthurs Seat. The coach took us to the hotel where we settled into our rooms and had tea. After tea we went on a ghost walk around Edinburgh. Most of us got to sleep and next morning bright and early having had a delicious breakfast we visited Camera Obscura followed by Edinburgh Castle, the fudge shop, Museum of Childhood and the Scottish National Museum! This was followed by a disco. Next morning we packed had breakfast and traveled to Glasgow to the Science Museum. We arrived back in Appley Bridge at 7pm tired but happy after a brilliant trip.
Year 6 Confirmation