We're coming home!
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We're back in Manchester. A couple of museums and a stroll in the Blue Peter Gardens at Salford Quays. What could be a better way to end our week? The children have been fabulous! See you soon. Read more on the Scoill Phurt le Moirrey blog...

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Kate Sommerville in Year 2
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Kate Summerville, a local artist, came in to work with Year 2. Focussing on painting using watercolour The children painted a range of sea scenes. Read more on the Peel Clothworkers' School blog...

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Venture Centre - Day 1
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More photographs from Year 6's time at the Venture Centre this week https://animoto.com/play/jsiXENfG1NzW2k2mnntZUw Read more on the Kewaigue School blog...

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York Day 4
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Day 4 in York - a dusting of culture! Today we visited Murton Park for the Roman experience! Mr Palmer and Mr P took on new roles as working horses dragging the cart up to the Brigantium - a recreated Roman Fort. The children were recruited from their home farm to become Roman soldiers. They left t…

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Vannin Reptilia visit
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This term, the Wolves class are explorers! We have journeyed around the world in search of new species, and been finding out about a few deadly animals on the way! Dave from Vannin Reptilia brought in a selection of exotic animals for us to meet. We loved learning about them and have already starte…

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Day 4 in Yorkshire
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Another great day, another trip to York to see more about life there. Victorian times were re-visited and dungeons explored! The train museum was amazing. Bowling was fun with 4 teams having 2 games each. There were some surprise super-bowlers! The re-match of laser-tag was fiercely fought with red…

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Day 3 in Yorkshire
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With the sun still shining, we visited Leeds. Lots of interesting things to see, with a look round the Michael Morpurgo exhibition at the Leeds City Museum and great excitement at the Armouries. Fynlo and Ben Longshaw then did some washing Victorian style, while Harry Phillips tried out a very earl…

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