Thank you to members of Open the Book who come into school every other week.
The children were invited to Tebay Methodist Chapel to learn about ‘The Christmas Journey’. Thank you to our friends from St James Church and Tebay Methodist Chapel for giving the children a great opportunity, they all thoroughly enjoyed it.
Julie and Mark Foster organised a sponsored 24 hour static bike ride on Friday 9th August. Westmorland Services kindly said they could do the static bike ride at their Northbound services, Julie and Mark were helped along the way by family, friends and friends of the school. Thank you to Westmorland Services for looking after…
As with a lot of villages, Tebay has a problem with irresponsible dog owners not picking up their dog mess. Teaching Assistant at Tebay Primary School, Michelle Fisher decided to involve the children in the school’s after school club by making ‘poo dispensers’ these were made out of old plastic bottles and filled with ‘poo’…
Friends of Tebay School entered a float in this years Kendal Torchlight Procession, this years theme being ‘Made in the Lakes’. The float was decorated in different sections that we associate Tebay with, there were fishermen, railwaymen, farmers, children and Westmorland Services staff. Children, parents and staff all worked together to produce a fabulous entry…
Thank you to David Morland, head of Butchery at Westmorland Services for coming into school to show the children how to make sausages.
Class 1 have been busy learning about ‘Lifecycles’, they have been finding and collecting seeds, observing, drawing, making models and watering plants, planting flowers for the bees, looking for bugs and observing changes with the apple trees
The children had great fun with Mrs Hall ‘splatter painting’ outside
4 children from Class 3 wrote to David Walliams to tell him how much they love his book. They each received a letter back from David Walliams thanking them for taking the time to write to him.
After a Year 6 child was diagnosed with Type 1 Diabetes last year, the children decided they would like to end the term raising money for Diabetes UK. The children came dressed in blue, held a disco with party game, they raised a fantastic £65.50.