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We should like to take this opportunity to wish you all a very Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year. 

Following our socially distanced year group Harvest Festivals the Visions and Values Crew were delighted to help pack up all the lovely produce kindly donated by our very generous families.Thank you all very much indeed.

Many congratulations to the lovely Mia Neild who recently became Rushbearing Qeen at a slightly different, socially distanced celebration this year. Many thanks to the retiring Queen, Daisy O'Keeffe and her mum who came along to formally hand over the crown.

Children and staff alike are all really happy to be back together after so long apart. Welcome back Team Low Furness.

The Governors would like to thank our Senior Leadership Team for all the hardwork and effort they have put into not only keeping the school open over lockdown but for making the school a hub for the local community during the pie and peas delivery service run by our amazing school cook, Anne Davi

Because we can't complete our usual sports day we have decided to do a sponsored walk. All members of our school will be walking or running as individuals.We will add our mileage together and hopefully walk from St Bees to Robin Hoods Bay.

We are very pleased and proud to announce that we have been awarded a Sports Award due to the number of our children who have taken part in sporting activities over the last year. Well done everyone !

The Governors would like to congratulate Anne and Tracey on cooking and coordinating a 'Meals on Wheels' delivery service to vulnerable people in our local community over the lockdown period.With the help of a team of bakers and delivery drivers they organised over 70 meals at a time and distribu

We celebrated our Science Day with a visit from the very entertaining Professor Bubbleworks. Each year group had a fantastic workshop. Everyone learnt a lot about high and low pressure and how an airplane stays in the air !

Year 4 have had a Buddhism day.It involved making origami Lotus flowers containing a message , a visit to the Manjushri Buddhist Temple and finished with them each making a  Loy Krathong. The children really enjoyed themselves and were extremely respectful in the Temple.

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