Today we spent a couple of hours in the Coronation Hall at a science event for young people. It was the second year that the event has been run and the hall was packed with youngsters trying their hands at various experiments and activities with a Science, Technology, Engineering or Mathematics theme. Megan and William […]
Today I was lucky enough to accompany Year 6 and Year R pupils on one of their regular Forest school days. A great initiative of outdoor nature-based learning with a focus on observation of, and caring for, the environment.
It has been a week of sporting success for us. On Wednesday William was selected to represent the school at an indoor athletics meet at Furness Academy in Barrow. His team came third in the relay. On Thursday Megan represented the school at a Cross Country event at UVHS. (Alas no photos allowed). Megan started […]
Within fifteen minutes of walking out of our front door, Togo and I were enjoying the elevated view from Lowick Common down the Crake valley towards the Coniston fells. Not a soul about to spoil the tranquillity.
In researching an alternative start to my walk on Wednesday I came across a car park I wasn’t familiar with and a quick search on the internet revealed: This car park is above the village and is on the site of the long dismantled Coniston Railway station. This car park is ideal for those wishing […]
William was awarded a certificate of achievement today for “fantastic independent writing” and got an honourable mention in the weekly school newsletter. Well done William!
After a hearty lunch at the Deep Mill Diner, Grandma and Grandad took us to Roald Dahl museum and Story Centre in the Buckingmashire village where he lived and wrote for forty years. We learned lots of facts about Roald Dahl and were fascinated by the full size replica of his small writing hut furnished […]
Whilst Togo was keeping Mummy company on her study day, Megan, William and I headed over to Beaconsfield to meet Grandma and Grandad at the Beckonscot model village. We were very excited to explore the village that first opened to the public in 1929 … We had a really fun time exploring all the different […]
This morning Megan and William walked Molly down the lane and up to Lowick Church