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Allah in nature

In R.E, we have been studying how different people see God. We learnt that Muslims can see their God through nature and all its wonder. We went on a nature walk and created worship plates Read more…

Stay and Play

Thank you to everyone who attended our workshop and the stay and play session this afternoon. We hope the phonics and early reading workshop was useful! Thank you for all of your positive feedback, if Read more…

Shahada plates

Year 3 have been learning about how different faiths view and celebrate their God. As part of this, we have been looking at the Muslim faith. Today we discussed Shahada and looked at how it Read more…

Using our senses

This afternoon Snowdrops have had lots of fun exploring their 5 senses. They have played lots of different games using their senses and have even smelt and tasted a variety of interesting things.

River Roch Visit

Maple have been down to the River Roch in Queens Park this morning. The children were amazing at spotting meanders and signs of erosion, transportation and deposition – ask them what it means if you’re not Read more…

Coding in Year 5

This afternoon, Year 5 worked hard to complete a coding challenge. We discussed what an algorithm is and created our own on 2code. We used our coding skills to design a under the sea scene Read more…

M6 Theatre Superhero Day

A fantastic day out today with Maple at the M6 Theatre Company. As part of our Linking Schools Project, the children met with a Year 4 class from another primary school. After some initial shyness, Read more…

Anti-bullying week

This week St Lukes is celebrating anti-bullying week. As part of this, the children were asked to wear odd socks today to help us recognise and celebrate that we are all different and unique. Throughout Read more…

Maths fun!

We had a lovely morning in Maths! We just started ‘subtraction’ and used every day word problems to solve the calculations. For example, Mrs Nuttall had 10 bananas and she ate 2. How many did Read more…

On the way home

  Over the past few weeks, we have been carrying out lots of activities based around the story On The Way Home, by Jill Murphy. The children enjoyed listening to the story and then had Read more…

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