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Treales Church of England Primary School

Treales

Church of England Primary School

Learning And Growing In The Presence Of God

2014

Spring Fayre 2014

 

Thank you so much to all of you who came out to join us on what was a glorious Saturday afternoon for the Summer Fayre.  The event raised a hugely impressive £952.91 which is absolutely fantastic.  Thank you to all of the Friends of Treales who worked so hard to make this wonderful event such a success.  A lot of hard work went into setting up on Friday evening and Saturday morning, as well as a major tidy up job after everyone had gone home – you all really did do a great job!

 

I am especially proud of the pupils who organised some excellent activities this year, including Apple Bobbing, The Towel Race and football skills practice.  It was lovely to see the children so involved and I think they really enjoyed the experience!  Well done kids!

 

Mr Weeden

 

Christmas Fun at Treales 2014

 

Posted: 19th Dec 2014

Autumn Term 2014

 

Well, we've certainly had a busy term, with lots of different exciting Christmas activities taking place. 

 

We had a fabulous trip to the Recycling Centre, where we performed our own environmentally friendly version of Cinderella (called 'Winderella'!)

 

Christmas lunch was as delicious as usual, so a big thank you to Mrs Braithwaite, who went to a lot of trouble to make this a very special occasion!

 

The Upper Juniors had an amazing Design and Technology trip to Kirkham Grammar School.

 

Our Christmas play was a great success, despite some terrible jokes from Mrs MacDonald!! (You can stop telling them now).

We must have all been very good (apart from Mrs Mather) because Father Christmas visited the school today and delivered some wonderful present to each child in the school. 

 

Ian Tully's Mobile Museum

 

On Friday 3rd October 2014, Years 2, 3, 4, 5 and 6 were visited by Ian Tully and his Mobile Museum. The children came to school dressed as people from Britain during World War Two.

 

Mr Tully's workshop was extremely entertaining! It included listening to a real air raid siren, looking at real (but safe!) bombs and gas masks, plus lots of other artefacts from the time. The children were also involved in some role play so that they could really imagine what it was like to live during the war.  

 
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