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by Calder Lodge School


Golden Mummies of Egypt exhibition at Manchester Museum with Calder class.

On September 26th 2023, Calder Class, including two pupils from Bleasdale class, visited the Golden Mummies of Egypt exhibition at Manchester Museum. Calder class has been learning about pharaohs this term.  The first hand evidence of mummification and elaborate sarcophagus structures brought their learning to life. The pupils loved using the ICT equipment which provided […]

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Bleasdale class dive into the Sealife centre.

On the 19th September Bleasdale class participated in their first culture capital with a visit to the Sealife centre in Blackpool. This visit is closely connected to the class Topic this term, which is called the Blue Abyss. The students had the challenge of asking questions about the sea creatures’ diets and to keep a […]

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Getting close to nature with Oakenclough class.

Oakenclough class enjoyed a visit to Beacon Fell for their Cultural Capital trip this half term. The children used their observations to collect appropriate materials for creating their own bug habitats over the coming weeks. This will enable the children to make observations and develop their knowledge of how an animal’s habitat is purposeful for their survival to enhance their understanding within our […]

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Back with a blast!

12/09/2023-Morecambe Bay Crabbing Today’s Culture Capital trip involved Calder class visiting Morecambe Crabbing Pool.  This was a new school experience for all of the pupils.  Some of them had been ‘crabbing’ when on holidaying with their families.  One of the class members is a keen angler.  He was eager to put his skills into action. […]

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Sports day 23 July 2023

Whole school sports day. Sack racing, tugawar, sprinting, throwing were all on show.

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Beach Trip to Heysham 20th July 2023.

A beautiful sunny day at Heysham. Parlick class loved the adventure around Heysham head. Big sky. Secret gardens.

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Battlefield laser tag trip 19th July 2023.

The majority of school headed out for a fun filled day at laser tag. Top team work was essential. Awesome day out.

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Legoland trip 17th July 2023

A select group of pupils had a wonderful end of year trip to Legoland, Manchester. Great fun was had by all in the immersive Lego environment.

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Residential trip to Waddecar Activity Centre

A group of year 6 leavers had a very exciting time staying over night at Waddecar activity centre. The afternoon was spent getting stuck in to outdoor activities including stream walking. Team work was absolutely essential during the high tower building exercise using climbing frames and ropes. Having used gross motor skills and and team […]

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Inter school football tournament.

11/07/2023 Calder Lodge School had the pleasure of hosting Keyes Barn school for an inter-school football tournament at Great fun was had by all with some awesome teamwork on show. Three teams competed for the outright victory. The winners were Keyes Barn school. All involved had an excellent day out with sportsmanship at the […]

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Fruit picking at Greenland’s Farm.

On Wednesday 5th July, Calder Class visited Greenbank Farm in Carnforth for our Cultural Capital trip.  This term the class has been engaged in a topic called ‘Sow, Grow and Farm’. Over the term we have grown lettuce, strawberries, herbs, tomatoes and potatoes.  To round the topic off, we visited a local fruit picking farm.  […]

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