Year 5 is a wonderful year to watch the children achieve great success. The curriculum is varied, creative and yet increasingly demanding. New skills are taught and we improve one’s already acquired. Homework builds up, and children are expected to become more independent in their learning. That all being said, the topics are inviting and, hopefully inspiring to all pupils.
We find that pupils rise to the challenge as they are heavily praised and celebrated for their efforts, everyone is treated individually and encouraged to reach their full potential. Any children who are showing to have educational difficulties are supported, and where possible intervention put into place. Our higher achievers are recognised and expected to strive for the stars. Pastoral care in Year 5 is important as hormones can be starting to surface! We ensure that a good relationship is built with parents and children are supported through times of need. Plenty of time is given to personal, social and cultural learning about themselves and others.
Mr Watson provides support through the school support our children. During the lunch time session he offers sports opportunities for our children in the Infants and Juniors.
I am married to the long suffering Danny, who I met at University. We are lucky enough to have two daughters, Mollie and Rosie, at QES. They seem to take up all our spare time and money with their very expensive hobbies! I am on Oxenholme Pony Club committee and run the Summer camp as […]
Congratulations to Joseph, James and Alexander who represented school at the Pendle NW School Championships recently. They faced bitter conditions with strong winds and snow at times. James got a 10th position and Alexander 19th position for their individual races. Joseph came 4th out of 9 in his category but then went on to win a trophy […]
The Year 5 girl’s science group are in high spirits this week! They are gathering momentum for National Science week on 12th March. High on the agenda, is planning an assembly on the more serious issue of how girls/women are drastically under represented in the STEM (science, technology, engineering and maths) industry. If this wonderful bunch […]
We are pleased to announce that we will have a visit from the founders of the Noah Initiative on March 13th to hear about the work they are doing in Kenya. Mrs Neale recently went out to Kenya to visit the project and shared her experiences.
Well done to our teams who qualified for the Sport Hall Athletics Tournament taking place at Kendal Leisure Centre on the 9th March.
Football club have been training again today during lunch time with Mr Watson. This week saw some shooting practice and other drills on the astroturf.
We had half an hour of snow fun this morning before returning to the normal timetable of lessons! What a super day for enjoying the snow at lunchtime.
Please help us during Fairtrade fortnight with our Coffee time on Tuesday Feb 27th. Traidcraft products will be on sale and we have a catalogue if you want to order products in advance. Please join us at the end of the school day in Year 3 classroom. There will be Traidcraft products to buy or come […]
Happy New Year On Thursday 4th and Friday 5th we are having two days of outdoor learning for the whole school. These are non uniform days and we hope our children will arrive in school equipped for any weather conditions.
Well done to all of our children who took part in the school concert at the end of term. We had a wonderful array of instruments played by a large amount of children from Year 2 to Year 6. Our choir also sang two songs with superb harmonies. Congratulations to all involved.
Jack and Daisy, our head boy and girl took part in the Remembrance service held at St Mary’s Church. Many thanks for their contribution to this very important service of remembrance.
4th May - Governor Day
29th March - Easter Service
28th March - Easter Play and Service
27th March - Lent Term Music Concert
23rd March - Sports Relief
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