When seven year old Tebay Primary School pupil Jacob Haygarth and his family lost a close family member to leukaemia last year, his family rallied round and set up a cake stall at the end of their drive to raise money for Leukaemia and Myeloma Research UK. People in the village were overwhelmingly supportive with…
Friends of Tebay School held a ‘Winter Warmer’ at Tebay Club on Saturday 22nd February. Homemade soup, bacon or sausage bun followed by a piece of cake. The event was very well supported on a very wet morning, FOTS raised £316.00. Thanks goes to Westmorland Services for donating the bacon and sausages, to everyone who…
Tebay Primary School is closed today (Thursday 13th February) due to the ongoing water disruption.
Tebay school is closed Wednesday 12th February due to having no water.
Children were asked to bring in any toys from home that their parents or grandparents might have had to put in their ‘Toy Museum’.
The topic this term is ‘Toys’. Class 1 have been learning about traditional stories including 3 little pigs and Goldilocks and the 3 bears. They have brought toys in from home and been talking about them. They made a new chair for baby bear in class.
Class 1 have been doing lots of outdoor learning, using their mud kitchen. Here they were making ‘turnip soup’.
As part of the ‘Food for Life’ project, the whole school had a morning learning about composting, how we can compost at home and at school, what can and cannot be composted, how to use the compost and how composting impacts on the environment. Thank you to Chris Eastman who is a Master Composter and…
The children really enjoyed jewellery making in after school club on Monday night.
Farmer Gill visited the school to talk to the children about meadows and the importance of them. She also brought in 2 one week old lambs for the children to see. Big thank you to Farmer Gill.