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  • Sycamore class visit to Brockholes

    Published 12/07/24

    On Thursday, Sycamore Class went on a visit to Brockholes in Windermere, where they learnt all about the Lake District National Park and why it is important to look after it.

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  • Rowan class visit to Stonyhurst

    Published 12/07/24

    On Wednesday, Rowan Class went to Stonyhurst College. Whilst there they took part in an Egyptian workshop with Esther, saw an Egyptian Mummy and even went to the refectory for a spot of lunch!

     

     

     

     

     

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  • Larch class trip to Blackpool Zoo

    Published 12/07/24

    Larch Class had a great trip to Blackpool Zoo yesterday to enhance their Science learning this term. They saw many different animals from habitats all around the world. Despite the wet and windy July weather, a great time was had by all.

     

     

     

     

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  • Our Barrow Bees

    Published 11/07/24

    Last weekend, our Barrow Bees moved from their temporary NUC boxes into two wooden hive boxes. Mrs McArdle and family joined to help out and learn more about our new buzzy friends. In September, we'll offer sessions for children interested in learning up close in beekeeper suits. Consent slips etc will be sent out in September. Professional beekeepers from 'Let Nature Bee' have limited spaces available next week and during the summer holidays if you would like to book a session to learn more. More information and booking details are available through the link https://www.barrow.lancs.sch.uk/page/?title=Barrow%20Bees...

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  • Welcoming Bee's to Barrow

    Published 04/07/24

    We are thrilled to announce the introduction of bees to our school community, marking a significant step in our commitment to environmental stewardship and sustainability. This initiative offers numerous benefits to both our local ecosystem and our children’s education.

    Bees play a crucial role in pollinating plants, which is vital for the health of our environment. By fostering a thriving bee population, we contribute to biodiversity, enhance our school gardens, and support local agriculture. Emphasising the importance of environmental action and responsibility within our educational ethos.

    Our children will have the unique opportunity to engage in hands-on beekeeping experiences, guided by experts from 'Let Nature Bee.' This program not only educates children about the vital role of bees but also instills a sense of respect and care for all living creatures. Through these experiences, children will develop a deeper understanding of nature's interconnectedness and their role in preserving it.

    In the future, we look forward to the sweet reward of tasting honey produced by our very own bees. This will be a delicious reminder of our collective efforts to nurture and protect the environment. Together, we are making a positive impact on the world, one bee at a time.

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  • Mini Beast Count at Clitheroe URC

    Published 24/06/24

    During the Sunday Service at Clitheroe URC we worked with the Elders to count mini beasts in the Church garden. 

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  • Showing Faith in Action

    Published 24/06/24

    Well done girls for showing faith in action. A total of £78.97 has been raised through selling bracelets. This money will be donated to our charity 'Ribble Valley Foodbank' when we visit next week.

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  • Competition Winner

    Published 21/06/24

    A huge well done to Eliza on winning 1st place in a competition hosted by Redrow Homes to design a house for the future.  Eliza won £150 Amazon vouchers and £300 for the school. 

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  • Barrow's vegetable patch

    Published 15/05/24

    Special thanks to the After School Club, Miss Goodwin, and her helpers for tending to our vegetable patch this year. We eagerly anticipate enjoying the fruits of our labour soon! Additionally, we've dedicated a patch specifically for Tiny the Tortoise, brimming with kale and lettuce! 

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  • Donating a defibrillator to the URC church in Clitheroe

    Published 08/05/24

    Today Sophie & Isaac our Head boy & Head girl handed over our spare defibrillator to Fiona from Clitheroe United Reformed Church - URC. All schools got a brand new defibrillator delivered, so we wanted to find a good home for our existing one. They will soon have it set up at the church if ever required ❤️

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  • Year 6 STEM team with £250

    Published 29/04/24

    A huge well done again to our Year 6 STEM team who won first place in the Johnson Matthey  competition. Kate, Tara and Chris came in to present them with a cheque for £250 to be spent on developing STEM within our school. 

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  • Big Battery Hunt

    Published 23/04/24

    Mrs. Roath and our Eco Warriors are tackling the Big Plastic Count by adding large recycling bins to each classroom and the hall. They've also set up a battery collection point. With a £3500 prize for playground equipment on the line, we're eager to gather batteries from home, grandparents, friends, and workplaces. Let's win this!

     

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