On Wednesday 1st December everyone in school enjoyed a delicious Christmas Lunch to begin the Season's festivities.
Ash Class enjoyed a snowy trip to Carlisle Cathedral to compare this special Christian place of worship to their village Church, St Bride's. The children had a tour around the Cathedral and then took part in some practical workshops.
As part of their RE topic the children visited St. Bride's Church. Rev. Bryan told the children all about the main features of the church and about the history of church and Kirkbride.
The Reception children and Ash Class had a brilliant day at Stocks Wood. They learned all about themselves and created a self-portrait using nature. Plus they also enjoyed fire-making, roasting marshmallows and had lots and lots of fun! One child told Miss Carter "I just love nature!".
The class along with Acorn Class thoroughly enjoyed their session with Razzamatza- Theatre School exploring and developing their performance skills through dance, acting and singing!
As part of their science topic all about Seasons the children enjoyed a scavenger hunt around school looking for signs of Autumn. We are so lucky to have lots of trees and nature in our school grounds.
The children enjoyed their 'Forest School' day at Stocks Wood - they used nature to re-create faces and explored the woodland for different natural resources to use. They also took part in activities and games around the woodland.
Ash Class have had a busy start to the new school year... a Multi-skills Festival at Nelson Thomlinson School and some spring bulb planting!