Events & Trips

Advent

This year we will be raising funds, during Advent, for Luke’s Wish – Tree of Hope.

Luke is the Grandson of  Mrs Bulman who was a teacher here at St Mary & St Andrews for many years, and still comes in on a volunteer basis helping out in Robin’s Class. Our School Council decided to help raise money for Luke’s operation after he came in to school and told everyone about it.  Events organised so far are a Christmas Jumper Day, Smartie Challenge, Travelling Nativity and collections at our Christmas Productions.  Further details of these will be sent home or can be found on our weekly newsletter.  Here is a full list of our Christmas Activities, click on it to download a PDF copy:

Christmas-Activities

You can also donate direct to Luke’s Wish – Tree of Hope by clicking the link.

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Owls Class Trip to Manchester Opera House

On Thursday 17th November Owls Class went to Manchester Opera House to watch George’s Marvellous Medicine.  The journey was exciting because we didn’t know what would happen.  When we got to Manchester Opera House we waited for a bit then we went in. After we sat down the show started.  It was amazing when grandma grew threw the roof and the chicken sat on the stove.  In the middle of the show we waited in our seats then it started for the second time.  This time grandma got smaller and smaller until she disappeared; I don’t know how she did it.  By Ethan & Max

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Visit to Preston Uclan

On Thursday 17th November Jays and Eagles visited Uclan for a day of sport hosted by students from both Uclan and France.  The children learnt popular French playground games and learnt many new skills. Thank you to Uclan for the opportunity.

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Jays Class Trip to Blackpool Tower & Dungeon

Wednesday 16th November

Jays have had a ‘horrible’ time at Blackpool Tower, where 1000 years of Lancashire’s most horrible history was brought back to life. Firstly the effects of the plague and how it spread and a look into crazy cures. Secondly a look into the torture that took place at Lancaster Castle in 1458, where Mrs Wilson had the unfortunate chance to demonstrate. Next was a 1649 court where William, Lucy and Mrs Garner were put on trial for a range of misdemeanors.

Following this, the children prepared for a war of the Roses. Moving into 1710 Captain Johnson was trying to recruit new smugglers into his gang to help at the port of the River Wyre. After finding their way through the Labyrinth, some of the children were charged with associating themselves with the Pendle witches and were sentenced to the drop dead ride.

The children were also given the opportunity to experience the 4D cinema before walking on the glass floor and making the windy walk to the top of the tower. The children enjoyed looking out over Blackpool and spotting their favourite landmarks.

After lunch in the Hangman’s tavern the children enjoyed the chance to listen to Norry Ashcroft’s workshop on anti-bullying; the children learnt about their own self worth and how to tackle difficult situations.

 

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Robins Class Trip to Blackburn Museum & Art Gallery

Tuesday 15th November

On Tuesday Robins went on their class trip and we had a wonderful time. When we arrived at the museum, Steven, our guide, showed us the museum’s collection of old toys. The children asked lots of questions and were particularly interested in the ‘creepy, old doll’!

After that, we went upstairs and Steven showed the children some more old toys but this time they got the opportunity to play with them! The children enjoyed playing with the toys and so did the adults!

Next, the children made their own ‘cup and ball’ which they then got to take home. Finally the children ate their lunch and we got the coach back to school.

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Open Day & Grand Opening of the Outdoor Classroom

Thursday 13th October

Big thanks to Preston North End Community and Education Trust and the players, Ben Pringle & Callum Robinson, who officially opened the Outdoor Classroom.

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