This week we have been thinking about how to keep ourselves healthy, both physically, mentally and emotionally.

Every day after lunch we have been dancing along to music videos, to get some exercise and increase the level of endorphins in our system.

We have also been thinking about how we can keep ourselves calm and de-stress – we now have a “Calming Down Table” in the classroom, where children can choose to sit when they feel like they need some time out to relax and calm down if they are feeling angry or upset.

We will continue to look at many aspects of wellbeing over the next few weeks.

Trip to Blackpool Zoo

We had a fantastic time on Wednesday 14th March at Blackpool Zoo – we saw lots of animals, including sealions, giraffes, orang-utans, parakeets, caimans and lions.

Some children were also very brave and held a Giant Madagascan Cockroach in the workshop session!

Trip to the Garden Centre

On Wednesday we went on a class trip to Kershaw’s Garden Centre in Brighouse. We spent around an hour there, looking at the different sections of the garden centre and then buying seeds and plants for our Science investigations in the next few weeks.

The children enjoyed choosing which seeds we will plant, and helped decide which plants we should use for our investigation into what living plants need to stay healthy.


We will keep you updated on our investigations over the forthcoming weeks.

Mrs Gibson

Snow days – brrrrrrr!

Wow, another day off school! Thank goodness we got to join in with the Circusology skills on Wednesday before school closed for the rest of the week – the whole of Ingleton Class made me proud with their enthusiasm, perserverance, and fantastic talents at juggling, balancing and unicycle-riding!

I hope everyone is enjoying their snow days, and is staying safe and warm during this freezing cold weather. Here’s a photograph of my garden on Thursday afternoon:


I really hope to see everyone back at school on Monday (if it’s open that is!) We have a busy week planned, with a trip to a garden centre on Wednesday and our belated World Book Day celebrations on Friday. I can’t wait to hear how everybody has spent their snow days 🙂

Mrs Gibson

500 Words competition

This week Ingleton Class have participated in BBC Radio 2’s 500 Words competition. The children wrote a story based on the title of our new book, The Wolves in the Walls, and could create any story they wished around the themes ‘wolves’ and ‘walls’. Some of the stories have been submitted to the competition, but we’ll have to wait until June to find out if they’ve won!


Find out more about the competition by following this link:


Baby Hartnell has arrived!

Everyone at Field Lane was thrilled to hear that Mrs Hartnell has given birth to her baby! Willow Helen Hartnell was born on Thursday morning weighing 7lb 14oz.

Congratulations Mrs Hartnell 🙂

Our trip to Bankfield Museum

On Tuesday 6th February we met children from Ferney Lee Primary School for a ‘Linking Schools’ event. It was great fun!

The children made lots of new friends, and enjoyed chatting to and working with the Ferney Lee children. They drew portraits, built a paper tower, and found out about World War One.

Learning Log

Learning Log – for Tuesday 23rd January


Research rainforest animals and present it anyway you like so it could be as a poster, leaflet or art piece etc

Class Assembly

This week was our class assembly take a look at our pictures.

If you came we home you enjoyed yourself.


Group work

The children have being making predictions on our new text.

Take a lok at the photos


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