The whole school once again has supported Boxes of Hope, Cumbria. This local shoebox charity visit Romania every year to distribute the boxes to children. A lot of thought was put into what children thought the children in Romania would like, toys, pencils as well as practical things like toothbrushes and toothpaste, also having discussions…Details
Tebay Primary School are supporting Upper Eden Food Bank by holding ‘Tebay Tin Tuesday’. A wheeley bin is placed outside the school every Tuesday morning and taken in at the end of the school day. Pupils, staff and members of the community are invited to leave items for the food bank.
Tebay Primary School pupil Jacob Haygarth has been raising money by selling cakes for a donation outside his home in Tebay. Jacob decided to raise money for Leukaemia and Myeloma Research in memory of his Uncle Kevin Haygarth. This weekend because of the ongoing pandemic Jacob held his first ‘click and collect cakes to order’…Details
The children in KS2 have been talking about the theme of community in assembly and have taken great interest in the community speed watch. The children were upset to know that nearly 70 vehicles had been caught speeding in less than 10 hours. One vehicle was doing 54mph past school! The children have each written…Details
All CET students and staff were encouraged to complete a mile in the most creative way possible.Details
There were lots of amazing entries and creative designs submitted which made the judging of this competition incredibly hard.Details