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Viking Day for Hibbin Class
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Hibbin Class had a brilliant trip to Ardwhallan today to experience what it would be like to have lived in the time of the Vikings. They got to experience being real life Vikings; got a sense of how they lived, their day-to-day life, jobs they would have done, food they would have eaten and clothin…

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Visit from Local Author
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We had a lovely assembly today when Vikki Orwin, author of the Jetmalew series of books, visited our assembly to share one of her stories to the whole school. The children listened really well and answered lots of interesting questions about the book. We enjoyed the story so much we are going purch…

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Y6 Prepare for Snaefell Climb
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Year 6 had a brilliant, if a little misty and soggy, session at Ardwhallan this afternoon to learn all about using a map and compass before their trip to climb Snaefell in a couple of weeks. They really did need their compasses to find their way through the mist!

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Anagh Coar's Got Talent 10th Anniversary
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Well done to all of our amazing pupils who put themselves forward for Anagh Coar's Got Talent tonight. Every single one of you put on a brilliant show and it is great to see that we have nearly 1/5th of the school willing to have a go at this. Well done to our winners too - amazingly entertaining a…

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Choir Perform at Salisbury Street Care Home
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A smaller group of choir members were invited to sing at Salisbury Street Care Home this afternoon and were welcomed very warmly by the staff and residents who were very complimentary about our singing and the children’s behaviour. The children particularly enjoyed their ‘performance pay’ and polis…

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Outdoor Learning Talk for Edge Hill Students
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Mr. Coole talked to a group of students from Edge Hill University this afternoon about how the school ensures outdoor learning is a regular part of the learning experience provided by the school. He had been tasked by Cait Talbot-Landers, Learning Outside The Classroom Subject Lead at Edge Hill Uni…

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Iceberg Thinking
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Year 6 have been thinking about 'iceberg theory' and have come up with all the things they think go underneath their learning experiences/outcomes. They have created these labels for their poster in the corridor outside their classroom for others to use as reference point. The iceberg model is a sy…

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Hibbin Class P4C Session
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Hibbin Class started their week today with some deep thinking in their P4C session. They came up with some very interesting answers to the question: 'Does it have to happen in real life for it to happen in your dreams?'

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Special Celebratory Performance
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Well done to the choir on their amazing performance at The Guild on Saturday. They did another brilliant performance for the whole school this morning and were presented with their 2nd Place certificate. Amazing!

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