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On Wednesday, six children from years 2 to 5, visited Walton and Lees Hill CE Primary School to learn about their School Council because we will be debating whether or not to keep Pupil Voice or change to School Council, where one person from each year group will be part of the council and will meet once a week.On Wednesday, six children from years 2 to 5, visited Walton and Lees Hill CE Primary School to learn about their School Council because we will be debating whether or not to keep Pupil Voice or change to School Council, where one person from each year group will be part of the council and will meet once a week.

Written by Maddie and Josh (Year 5)

Our Recorder Club have got off to a fantastic start with their new found instruments and it’s lovely to hear the sound of music coming from the hall on a Tuesday morning.  Well done girls!

Our KS2 pupils represented school so brilliantly on Friday at the Talkin Tarn Cross Country.  A huge ‘well done’ to everyone who took part.  A special mention to Aidan C who came 1st !  Our boys team came 2nd overall.  Fun runners: Ollie Mac came 1st, Emily and Grace T were within the first three girls back. 

Four of our Year 6 pupils attended the Remembrance Service at the Tithe barn, followed by laying a wreath on the city centre memorial yesterday.  The children behaved so respectfully to commemorate the Royal British Legion.

We would like to take this opportunity to thank our parents for attending parents evening and for supporting your child/ren with their home from school learning.

During this busy time of year, we have many events coming up – please remember to read the Friday forthcoming events email and refer to our website for dates.

November 11, 2019

Remembrance

On Monday, children from Class 4 took part in the Remembrance service in Carlisle. After joining the procession through town, they listened to some readings and laid a wreath, which had been made by the children in school. They were then given the opportunity to meet some of the veterans who also took part in the Tithe Barn.

All children worked really hard during assessment week – it’s lovely to see the progress they have made.

October 14, 2019

RE Week

Class one enjoyed handling the key figures in the Nativity story through a ‘Godly Play’ session with Reverend Rachel as well as thinking about who is important to them after a bible story with Rachel from NISCU.  With Mrs Dalgleish, they had a drama session based on the bible story ‘Jairus’ daughter’ and finally Class 1 visted the church with Class 3 on Friday to share their learning with one another. 

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