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Mr Hurst wrote: 2014 - New Year
2014 has arrived and with it the start of another term in school. The foci (or I believe we can use 'focuses' now) for this term's assemblies are 'Resilience' and 'Famous People'. I am always reminded, when we look at Resilience, of Stephen Bra (More)
School has purchased some MaKey MaKeys which are quite simply fab! They allow users to interact with the computer using objects instead of the keyboard and mouse. See here for details. So for Xmas, we turned some bananas into a keyboard to play (More)
Mr Hurst wrote: Nelson Mandela
“What counts in life is not the mere fact that we have lived. It is what difference we have made to the lives of others that will determine the significance of the life we lead.” — Nelson Mandela 1918 - Born on July 18, 1918 in the Eastern (More)
Mr Hurst wrote: Food Week - Friday
I have really enjoyed Food Week. The children have learnt so much about food and about local food, where it is produced and how it is grown and distributed. Thank you so much to all parents and family who have helped this week, especially for the (More)
Mr Hurst wrote: Food Week
Song about Food - Glorious Food song from Oliver Food is really important! We are so lucky to be surrounded by cheap accessible food. People go to war over food. We must never take it for granted. History of Food Food has always been i (More)
Mr Hurst wrote: Online Books
I love reading. I also love being read to! Books allow you to enter a wonderful world of information and make believe. I have found a great website where actors read books to you online. It is called http://www.storylineonline.net Here is The (More)
Mr Hurst wrote: Yr 6 Campaign Day
The Yr 6 pupils get to stand for election to either a School Councillor or a House Captain. They then work out a manifesto, and go campaigning. This usually involves free gifts they provide and this year entailed quite a large amount of extremely (More)
Mr Hurst wrote: Hacker T Dog and Snain!
I love watching Hacker T Dog. Recently I saw him show off his jar of snain - this was a mixture of snow and rain..... well actually it was milk, but that's Hacker T for you :) It got me thinking..... which 2 words could you join together to sum up (More)
Helen O'Grady has offered a voucher to one of our pupils for a term's free drama lessons at her Helen O'Grady Drama Academy in Leyland (however the offer is not open to any current students). For more information about the Academy click here All y (More)
Mr Hurst wrote: New School Year
Welcome back to another school year at Lever House. We are all looking forward to an action packed adventure of learning and fun. The staff have been having INSET this week too - we have been thinking about the kind of place our school should be. (More)
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