Headteacher Blog


Key Stage 1 Nativity

Well done to Key Stage One who presented the story of Jesus' birth beautifully in The Cathedral last week. 

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Posted by Claire Dickinson on 20 December 2017

Harvest Collection Thanks

Thank you to everyone who so generously donated items to our harvest collection. They were delivered to the women's drop-in and Global Link today and were very much appreciated. Here is part of the email we received in thanks:

Thank you so much for bringing all the toiletries and nappies round…

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Posted by Claire Dickinson on 26 October 2017

Frank English visit

Year 4 walked to the library to talk to Frank English. He is a children's author who lives in Heysham. At the library we asked lots of questions and foudn out about him. Frank told us lots  of stories about his life before being an author and then shared how he writes his books. Did you know that…

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Posted by Nicola Holt on 16 October 2017

Easter Celebrations

We had a lovely celebration assembly today. Lots of children had put a lot of effort into decorating eggs and making beautiful Easter hats. There were a lot of Easter egg winners in our Grand Easter Raffle too. This was a super follow-up to our Easter reflection yesterday afternoon where we…

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Posted by Claire Dickinson on 12 April 2017

Stations of the Cross

Our CAFOD group led each class through the Stations of the Cross. Each class had the opportunity to learn about the Stations, reflect and pray. It was well planned and beautifully led by the children. Thank you to Mrs Parker and Mrs Holt for supporting the group with their planning of this very…

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Posted by Kelly Hannah on 12 April 2017

Silver Fish for CAFOD

Thank you to everyone who has generously donated their silver change to our CAFOD collection. Today the charity committee used the coins to make this huge silver fish to fit with the CAFOD project, 'Turn little fish into big fish'. See the CAFOD website at www.cafod.org.uk/primary for more…

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Posted by Claire Dickinson on 29 March 2017

Extreme Reading at Cathedral Primary School

Thank you to all our families who entered our Extreme Reading challenge-you are all winners in our eyes! Click below to see how amazing our children are at extreme reading...

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Posted by Shiralee Grierson on 3 March 2017

Year 3/4 Visit to White Scar Caves

Year 3 and 4 enjoyed their visit to White Scar Caves today. We saw some amazing rock formation features, including some glowing stalactites in a huge underground cavern and some of us got more than a little wet walking beside an underground waterfall. It certainly was an experience to remember.

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Posted by Claire Dickinson on 22 February 2017

Tags: Y3 , Y4 , Geography & History , Science & D.T.

Year 1 and 2 go on a nature walk around WIlliamson Park

Year 1 and Year 2 went on a nature walk around Williamson Park. It was a very cold, beautiful and wintery walk which made it perfect to look at winter trees. We looked at trees, ice and mud. We will return and walk the same route over the year to observe the changes that have taken place. Both the…

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Posted by Rachel Cook on 13 January 2017

Mr Spellbinder with KS2

Today, KS2 were treated to the magical story-telling skills of Mr Spellbinder. We heard 3 wonderful stories and did lots of singing and dancing. Check the 'Latest News' page for lots of pictures of us in our Christmas jumpers having lots of fun!

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Posted by Corinne Beveridge on 12 December 2016

A Christmas Carving

Well done! Our children are certainly creative as you can see from this Christmas Carving which was done in response to the home-learning task of making a Christmas decoration out of natural materials. I am very impressed!

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Posted by Kelly Hannah on 25 November 2016

Brilliant Bridge!

Well done to Year 3 who have completed their project 'No Place Like Home'. I was delighted to see a model of Skerton Bridge that has been made at home. Well done!

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Posted by Kelly Hannah on 7 November 2016

Tags: Y3 , Art & Music , Geography & History