Sports Day….Take 2!: Friday 14th July The rearranged date for Sports Day is Friday 14th July The morning session for Years 3 to 6 will begin at 9.30 and finish at 11.30am, The afternoon session, for Reception to Y2 will begin at 12.45 and finish at 3.05, Mr Allen has planned […]
We are introducing a new reading challenge for the children at Duke Street. The challenge is for the children to read 100 books during their time at school. All the books on the list have been chosen as they are good quality reading texts and many of them are children’s classics. There is no specific […]
A team of year 1 and 2 children represented school in a multi skills competition at Southlands. They all performed amazingly and were certainly proud to be there. They competed against other schools in the Chorley area. The competition started with a 4 minute non stop run around the hall. Wow! Great behaviour and […]
IMG_3545 Enjoy our Year Six singing a song from their recent end of year production..
Acer class enjoyed an afternoon of film and popcorn yesterday as a reward for being the class that scored the most goals (31) in the Penalty Shoot Out in memory of Mrs Nicholls’ son, Danny on what would have been his 21st birthday. The total raised in sponsorship money was an incredible £2513.00 bringing the […]
Another fabulous afternoon has been had at CHIP in Bloom today. For the second year running, our school has won the Best kept School Grounds. Well done to everyone who has done their bit in planting, watering and keeping things tidy. It’s really appreciated. The standard seen today was really high. Many of our cluster […]
End of term dates for your diary Music Assembly: Thursday 13th July 9.10am We invite parents of children performing in our Music assembly, organised by Mr Stott and Debbie Jones, our choir leader, to come along for this musical celebration on Thursday 13th July. Sports Day – Sports Day….Take 2!: Friday 14th July The morning […]
Try and go along to the fun day on Sunday, 25th June from 12.30 pm at Coppull Leisure Centre (Springfield Road next door to the library) in memory of Mrs Nicholls’s son Danny, who would have been celebrating his 21st birthday on Monday, 26th June. Stalls include drinks, burgers, hot dogs, archery, candy floss, and […]
Rose Stapleton, in Year 5, has made 22 felt hearts, with an embroidered bee on each one, in memory of the victims of the Manchester bombing. She has also made 350 heart shaped cards for children and staff at school to write supportive messages on, for the victims and their families. What a lovely thought!