Curriculum Activities for Summer 21

We’ve had a busy week so far - some of our children have been delighted to go swimming at Darwen leisure centre as it re-opens for private sessions - what a fantastic treat after such a long time not getting in the water, they all absolutely loved it!

Back in school, we have had Alistair, the community potter in to help us with a project that will culminate in a fancy mosaic at Blackburn train station. But first, we’ve been having a go not he wheel and throwing some pots. It is really good fun and the children always love getting messy with the clay and making things out of mud!

In S2, for our sports day olympic theme, as well as lots of sports, they have been baking medal biscuits!

Finally, for our sports theme, children have been working really hard on their physical skills at lots of different levels - playing games, running, targeting balls into a net, as well as doing some beautiful straight walking!

In the school for Autism some of our youngest children have been looking at the story Jack and the Beanstalk and making their own giant beanstalks - look how tall they are growing!

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