'For with God Nothing Shall Be Impossible' (Luke 1:37) BELIEVING, LEARNING AND SHARING TOGETHER: The June ONLINE SAFETY newsletter is now ready to view in the Newsletter section. Year 6 will be swimming every afternoon for the next two weeks. Please make sure your child has their full swimming kit with them each day. If you are interested in a place in EYFS for September 2024, please call the school office on 01254 812581 as we only have two places left. Please can I remind parents that holiday leave in term time is not authorised. The approved holiday list for 2024-25 is now available to view in the parent - term dates section of the website.
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A poem about Peace by Molly Y5

Inspired by the story 'A child's garden - a story of hope' by master storyteller Michael Foreman, Molly has then created her own poem called Peace is an offering.

Fun in the snow!

A visit to Blackburn Cathedral

Children in Need this year raised : £211.60

Bethany Children - A visit from Tanzania

Making cultural links and celebrating Christianity around the world with our friends from the Bethany Choir Family in Tanzania.

FOSMS - Spooky Disco

Macmillan Coffee Afternoon raised £635.23

The Macmillan Coffee Afternoon was run my Mrs Higgins and our school council. They raised an incredible £623. Thank you to all our families and staff who supported us.

Celebrating King Charles III coronation

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Check out our latest video's using the link below. This includes extracts from Class 3's Ukulele performance and Just Imagine Show The Wizard of Oz.

Annual Toy Sale has raised £280 for the children's Christmas Parties. Thank you

Thank you to all our pupils, families, friends and community members as well as everyone else who has provided donations of cakes and money for the Ukrainian Refugee crisis. Your generosity knows no bounds and we have now raised over £1220 which will be spent on much needed items to be sent to the Ukraine to help all those in need.

We all had an enjoyable and knowledgeable afternoon when the Arty Fact Theatre Company visited with their latest production: Calamity Climate Change

Thank you, thank you, thank you for your very kind food bank donations which have gone to provide much needed food for families over this Christmas period.

Christmas activities in school this year

Christmas in school has been a very magical time of year. There has been plenty of tinsel and tea towels in our Christmas production, which has put a great big smile on all of our faces. The Kiddie Choir have been singing their hearts out all over the village and everyone has been very busy making wonderful cards and crafts ready to take home. A huge thank you to Reception for donating a decoration and putting it on our Christmas tree with such care.


Wishing all the 'Little Angels' at St Mary's Playgroup a very Merry Christmas.

Thank you to all those who attended Harvest Worship both in school and Church. Your kindness and generosity during these difficult times in amazing. Donations will be shared amongst the local community, Blackburn Food bank, Project ARC and The Bishops Appeal Mosamaria Trust in South Africa. A very big thank you to you all.

Whole School Lancashire Cricket Day

KS1 Bee Keeping with Mrs Book

Happy Lancashire Day everyone and thank you to those who have taken part in our Do a Mile for Mellor competition.

Thank you to Sophia, for trying to persuade David Walliams to visit our school. Here is his response.

Well done to all those who took part in the Winter Warmer 2K junior run at Witton Park. A great effort by everyone and we are very pround of you all.

Thank you to Peel Bank Woodland and Conservation Trust for their very kind Lost Words book donations.

Check out our new 'Up and Active' fitness lessons for KS2 : Pound Fitness.



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Well done to our STEM group who visited Westholme Junior School this week to take part in a STEM competition. They completed a range of activities which involved science, technology and engineering and they even built a boat!
Thank you to the Church's Easter Experience team who helped make learning about the Stations of the Cross engaging, inspiring and relevant to our lives today. All the children really enjoyed the experience and came away knowing far more about the importance of Easter to Christians around the world.