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.
Monday 1st Feb 2021 Children’s Mental Health week – 1st – 7th Feb As mentioned on Friday, this week, as part of Children’s Mental health week, we are going to be engaging in a range of activities. We’d love to see you joining in. Send your photos so we…Details
Picturing the Westmorland Dales Picturing the Westmorland Dales In the autumn of 2020, children in the Westmorland Dales explored the landscape through land art. We worked with Kate Lynch from ‘We are Team’ and land artists ‘Stomping Ground’ and 6 local primary schools using Land Art creations to celebrate local landmarks and nature. Watch it…Details
One of our LAB members has organised Valentine Love Trail ‘There’s so many keyworkers who have kept people going over the last 11 months, but at the front of all these have been the Doctors and Nurses saving the lives of those struck with Covid, and sadly holding the hands of those who have left…Details
The children’s Christmas decorations look lovely on our Christmas tree. Big thank you to Kirkby Stephen Community Support and Pennine View Park who donated the tree.
Miss Fisher and Tracy took the Year 4, 5 and 6 children delivering Christmas cards that the children had made to some of the houses in the village yesterday afternoon. Lovely feedback from people. Thank the children for the Christmas Card. It’s a lovely thought after the awful year we have had. Please thank the…Details
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.