Since returning to school the children have been learning how to play tag rugby during PE lessons. Yesterday we made the most of the lovely sunshine and spent the afternoon practicing all the skills we have learnt this half term.
This week has been ‘science week’ across the Trust. Within science week class 3 were given a task based around Jack and the Beanstalk. The children had to invent a device Jack could use to get the golden egg down the beanstalk. We then made our prototypes and put them to the test. It was…
Tebay Primary School will once again be supporting Upper Eden Food Bank with ‘Tebay Tin Tuesday’ the bin will be left outside school throughout the school day every Tuesday starting from Tuesday 23rd March. The support we received last year was amazing.
Children in the hub dressed up for World Book Day and so did the children remote learning, Mrs Bland read them all a lovely story.
What a lovely surprise through the post this morning……from all the staff a huge THANK YOU X
We are looking forward to welcoming you all back to school on Monday 8th March. Information has been sent out with all the details for a successful transition to school. If you have any questions or queries, please feel free to get in touch with us via the admin team.
The News and Star/Cumberland news from Carlisle asked families on their Facebook page if they had any schools or teachers they wanted to thank for their support during the pandemic. We had a lovely commentsent in from one of our very kind parents and it has been mentioned in the attached article. https://www.newsandstar.co.uk/news/19125669.cumbrian-schools-teachers-praised-parents/?fbclid=IwAR3gVshN1Z-xiHZDZiLQMcsbQKQQJpumOmndtMFHe0htkRkTuKjWdovHPKA …
Nursery pupil Harvey and his mum have had a busy Wednesday morning. This morning, Harvey & I went for a walk to the river. We were so disappointed with the amount of litter we saw on the way. I explained to Harvey it was naughty people leaving rubbish there and it could hurt the insects…
The school is taking part in the village’s ‘Valentine Love Trail’ a way of thanking the NHS for all they do. Children have coloured in the hearts and we have put them along the school railings.
The Nursery children have really enjoyed learning about the Chinese New Year.