Our Year 6 Leavers attended a very special service at Carlisle Cathedral yesterday.
It was the first of it's kind and they really enjoyed it!
Year 6 leavers from across the county joined together to celebrate this transitional time together. Each school made a banner to represent their schools values and showcased them during a procession through the cathedral and it was rounded off by each school receiving a leavers service candle.
The service was caught on camera as was our praise aerobics(dancing) and featured on BBC Cumbrias website.
Pepperpot Walk 2016!|
Posted: 27th May 2016
Thank you to everyone for your support! We had a fantastic time and really enjoyed your company. We hope to see you in school for another family event soon!
St John’s Waberthwaite
15th May 9.30am
Balance Bikes and Trikes|
Posted: 3rd May 2016
We are currently looking to provide Class 1 with more outdoor play equipment so if anyone has any balance bikes or trikes or anything else they think we could use which is in good condition please drop these in to the office. Many thanks.
Posted: 3rd May 2016
Please note swimming is not starting this week - please look out for a letter in your child's planner with a starting date.
Carlisle here we come!|
Huge congratulations to our quicksticks hockey team this week who were runners-up at the competition and therefore progress to the finals in Carlisle in July! Well done! You have made us all very proud.
"First we all warmed up. Jack and Olivia were substitutes. We played 7 matches. We came second and are going through to the finals at Carlisle."
Bertie (Class 2)
Class 1 Forest Adventure|
Posted: 21st Apr 2016
Class 1 are visiting the forest on a Tuesday afternoon. We had a lovely walk down to the wood in the sunshine and saw lots of birds and nests on our trip!
Forest School Years 3, 4 and 5|
Posted: 21st Apr 2016
Years 3, 4 and 5 have started going to Forest School on a Monday afternoon. Keep checking back for more photos to see what we have been up to!
Posted: 22nd Apr 2016
Well done to our Quicksticks teams from Years 3 and 4 for taking part in our local hockey tournament! In particular congratulations to Team A for progressing through to the Copeland finals which will take place on Tuesday 26th April.
The Good Shepherd|
Posted: 18th Apr 2016
Our collective worship theme this week is The Good Shepherd. Mrs Cummings brought her pet lamb into school to tell us all how she cares for it. She has asked if we can bring a photo or a drawing of us with an animal that we look after (it can be anything from a cow to a canary)! We are going to put these up in the hall and if we want to do some writing to explain how we look after our animals then Mrs Cummings will put these up too. We are really looking forward to seeing everyones animals!
Eco Club Request|
Posted: 17th Apr 2016
Eco club are working hard to create raised beds for a school kitchen garden and would like to request any bags/ part bags of compost that anyone may have or be able to provide for their project. If anyone is able to help please contact Miss Ward at school or call 01229717664.
Easter Bonnet competition Class 1
Easter Egg competition Class 2
Easter Garden Competition Class 3
In Physics we have been investigating Light. We confirmed that light travels in straight lines and explained why shadows have the same shape as the objects that cast them!
Baking Easter Biscuits
Mrs Jenkinson kindly gave up her afternoon to help the
Year 2, 3 and 4's bake Easter Bunny buscuits.
Did they taste as good as they looked?
Clean for the Queen Day
4th March 2016
The ladies from the WI joined us in the clean up opperation.
We picked up litter from the village, school grounds and the forest!
World book day - Victorian Theme
Special guest appearance: Tom Palmer - Children's Author
Years 3,4,5 & 6 and our friends old and new from Captain Shaw's had the pleasure of meeting Tom!
There were lots of interesting facts and games involved and the children got to ask lots of questions.
Tom also very kindly donated 10 of his signed books to our school library - Thank you from all of us, we will enjoy reading them.
BBC Radio Cumbria
Children in Need - Visit from Pudsey!!
We were also broadcast live on Radio Cumbria.
Click on the link below to listen again......
We are at 2hrs - 49mins into the show......