Our Christmas performance of 'The Inn-spectors', by Miss Watson
Date: 6th Jan 2019 @ 11:00am
Congratulations to the children involved in the performances of 'The Inn-spectors'
on Wednesday 19th and Thursday 20th December - you were all amazing! '
Christingle Fun!, by Miss Watson
Date: 9th Dec 2018 @ 11:58am
On Friday morning Father Robin set us a challenging task - to create 150 Christingles ready for this Sunday's Christingle Service! Father Robin explained how to make a Christingle then we got to work. Reverend Emma and some parent volunteers were on hand to help out in the Learning Lab. Class 3 learnt how to make a Christingle first then they worked together with the younger children in Class 1 and Class 2. The children supported each other really well. When Class 4 had their turn, they really had to speed up Christingle production in order to meet Father Robin's 150 Christingle target before lunchtime! Job done!
You can find out more about Christingle at
We hope everyone enjoys the Joint Anglican and Christingle Service on Sunday 9th December at 4p.m. in St. Oswald's Church.
Date: 29th Oct 2018 @ 8:51pm
Just before half term Classes 1 and 2 joined up to create a miniature version of Warton.
By using all that we learned this half term we worked very hard and created Main Street and the surrounding buildings. It was a fantastic morning and gave all the children in both classes to mix up and work with different children.
Which landmarks can you spot?
Making poppies for Remembrance Sunday, by Miss Watson
Date: 23rd Oct 2018 @ 3:54pm
On Wednesday 10th October all the children got involved in making poppies. Elizabeth Figg, Father Robin's wife, is co-ordinating a huge poppy making effort in Warton, Yealand and Borwick involving the parishoners, schools and communities. The poppies will be displayed in the three churches as part of the build up to Remembrance Day on Sunday 11th November, the centenary of the end of World War 1, when the whole country will be marking this historic occasion. Many thanks to Elizabeth, parents and grandparents who came to help.
Reading Workshop for parents!, by Mr McGurk
Date: 16th Oct 2018 @ 9:29pm
On Thursday 11th October, Mr McGurk welcomed parents to a workshop to explore how we can best teach reading and encourage children to enjoy and explore what we read. We had a super morning enjoyed having parents in class taking part in our reading workshop.
Look out for more opportunties for parents to come in and explore our reading workshops in the future!
Our Field Trip to the Crag, by Mr McGurk
Date: 16th Oct 2018 @ 9:20pm
Class 2 had an amazing day exploring the Crag and finding out more about local landmarks and history.
What a day it was! The wind really took it out of us but Bea, the park ranger, took us on quite an adventure. She introduced us to some new and exciting parts of the Crag, including an old ruined house and mystery artefacts.
Take a look and see how we got on.
KS2 visit Borwick Hall, by Miss Watson
Date: 25th Sep 2018 @ 10:18am
In March 2018 all the children spent one day enjoying a range of outdoor adventurous activities at Borwick Hall. Class 3, Class 4 and Class 5 went on a separate day to Class 1 and Class 2.
World War 1 trench Using a Shoe Box, by Archbishop Hutton
Date: 31st May 2018 @ 10:58am
Mrs. Gavriluk set Class 4 a home learning challenge to create a World War 1 trench using a shoe box. Just look at their incredibly detailed creations!
Service of Dedication and Unveiling of Commemorative Paving Stone, by Archbishop Hutton
Date: 31st May 2018 @ 10:57am
On Thursday 12th October, Class 4 attended the Service of Dedication and Unveiling of Commemorative Paving Stone
for Private Halton V.C. Private Albert Halton was born in Warton and joined the army in August 1915. He was awarded the Vicotria Cross for gallantry on 12th October 1917 – exactly one hundred years ago. You can find out more about Private Halton by looking online here.