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Autumn 2016, by Mrs Appelbe

Date: 11th Oct 2016 @ 11:41am

School Councillors, by Mrs Strickland

Date: 23rd Sep 2016 @ 3:46pm

Our school councillors for this  year were presented with their badges in assembly today. We are sure they will do a great job representing our school.

23.9.16 This week's cup winners, by Mrs Strickland

Date: 23rd Sep 2016 @ 3:44pm

Well done to all our cup winners this week!

Roald Dahl Day , by Mrs Nolan

Date: 13th Sep 2016 @ 5:04pm

Dahlicious Dress Up Day!

Thank you to all children and staff for a superb effort......you all looked marvellous.


Dragon, by Mrs Nolan

Date: 3rd Aug 2016 @ 1:10pm


The story of Princess Poppy's quest for a dragon. Her villainous suitor, Arkamir, has killed the only dragon in the Kingdom of Freenia. As the local food chain falls into chaos without its top predator, Poppy sets off to find another dragon.

Arkamir tries to foil her quest by sending his incompetent servants, Rogil and Murk, in pursuit.

Along the way Poppy meets new friends - a Dragonologist, a Gatekeeper and a Wizard's apprentice. With the help of the mysterious Piper, Poppy escapes from the sinister Swampbeasts, outwits Arkamir, frees the dragon Firehawk from captivity and returns home triumphant.

Well done to our KS2 children who took part in the production of 'Dragon'

You all worked so hard and with such enthusiasm. We were  so proud of you and enjoyed it so much. A big thank you to you all.


Farewell to Year 6, by Mrs Nolan

Date: 3rd Aug 2016 @ 12:53pm

A fabulous end of term with our year 6......

At Velocity Trampoline Park and later at Faktory Studios


Conway Centre Residential, Anglesey 2016, by Mrs Nolan

Date: 13th Jun 2016 @ 11:59am

Outdoor Education is widely acknowledged as making a significant contribution to the development of young people. It can help develop self-esteem, communication skills, teamwork, cooperation, foster a sense of achievement and potentially a lifelong interest in a healthy activity.

"Young people of all ages benefit from real life 'hands on' experiences; when they can see, hear, touch and explore the world around them and have opportunities to experience challenge and adventure.

(Council for Learning Outside the Classroom)

Cheshire Wildlife Trust- Bickley Hall Farm, by Mrs Nolan

Date: 24th May 2016 @ 6:36pm

Pond dipping - The children worked in small groups collecting pond creatures and recording what they found.  We then studied them in more depth on a big screen through a goose necked camera.


Dragonfly Workshop We looked closely into the life cycle of Dragon and Damselflies.  The children made a dragonfly on a stick to take home.


Newt workshop We were given a unique opportunity to get ‘close up’ with a great crested newt as we were allowed to handle them carefully.


Minibeast Hunting – Using the farmland at Bickley Hall Farm the children went on a Minibeast Hunt. They searched the grassland, hedges and trees using demonstrated collection techniques.


Thank you to Cheshire Wildlife Trust for a truly wonderful day.


SATS are over!, by Mrs Nolan

Date: 13th May 2016 @ 2:28pm

Well done to all our year 6s who have worked extremely hard during the SATS period.

 We are very proud of you all.Relax and enjoy the weekend!

Tim Peake, by Mrs Nolan

Date: 13th May 2016 @ 2:21pm

As part of British values week we researched astronaut Tim Peake. We made our own mini-topic books and then went on to building a model of him. We think he looks amazing!

Zoo Ranger visits y5/6 Class, by Mrs Nolan

Date: 13th May 2016 @ 1:58pm

Every year the UK produces 31 million tonnes of household rubbish. Our Zoo Ranger, Phil talked about the effects this rubbish is having on our environment and endangered animals. We talked about the part we can play to reduce the impact on the planet.

Willow Deer, by Mrs Nolan

Date: 27th Apr 2016 @ 3:52pm

Well done all KS2 children for working so hard to produce the magnificent deer now displayed in our school garden. We have been fortunate to work with Sarah Gallagher Hayes, a practising willow artist, who guided us carefully through the process of construction. Such a fabulous experience enjoyed by all.

Many thanks to the parents who came in to help......you were amazing! 




Bikeability, by Mrs Nolan

Date: 5th Apr 2016 @ 1:07pm

Well done to everyone who completed the Cycle Training Course.

Sport Relief, by Mrs Strickland

Date: 18th Mar 2016 @ 4:13pm

The children at Barrow CE Primary school were very fortunate to have Sam Ball-Taylor, Director of UK Military School, come into school  for sports relief. All of the children had a physical training session and lots of scrambles over  the inflatable assault course Sam bought in.

As well as loads of fun and a great workout the children managed to raise over £200.

Mr Ramsden Headteacher quoted ‘A big thank you to Sam for giving up his time to provide a quality training session for all of the children and supporting Sports relief.

The UK Military School provides academic educational courses for school pupils  and staff support for teachers, all delivered by former army, navy and air force personnel who have been trained and vetted to work within schools

This weeks cup winners 18.03.16, by Mrs Wainwright

Date: 18th Mar 2016 @ 11:46am

Well done to all out cub winners this week! Fabulous work.



Barrow School Bake off for Sport Relief , by Mrs Wainwright

Date: 18th Mar 2016 @ 11:39am

A huge well done to everyone who entered our school bake off for sport relief. 

Mr Ramsden  and Mrs Bates had a very hard task in tasting all of the delicious entries at break time.

They announced the four winners in today's assembly. 

Congratulations to:

Anna and Tom 


Ella and Clara

Miss Waterfield 

They each took home a fantastic prize. 


We will be selling the cakes after school to raise money for such a fabulous cause.  

Mother's Day, by Mrs Appelbe

Date: 9th Mar 2016 @ 3:42pm

Happy Mother's Day.

I hope you all had a lovely day!

This week's cup winners, by Mrs Strickland

Date: 4th Mar 2016 @ 4:11pm

Well done to all our cup winners this week.

Happy Mother's Day, by Mrs Nolan

Date: 4th Mar 2016 @ 4:04pm

We would like to wish all our lovely Mums...........A Happy Mother's Day!

Love from Y5/6

World Book Day, by Mrs Nolan

Date: 4th Mar 2016 @ 3:37pm

Superb effort Year 5/6. We all enjoyed a day sharing our books and dressing up. In the afternoon was the much awaited Staff V Children Book Quiz. This is the tenth year it has taken place. It was a close call as we had to go to a tie breaker.The staff won by one point making the overall score 5-5.

Fairtrade, by Mrs Nolan

Date: 1st Mar 2016 @ 5:18pm

Mrs Hughes and the Global Committee organised a superb Fairtrade Breakfast for us this week.Back in class we tried to see how much juice we could get out of a fairtrade orange and sampled fairtrade bananas. The best bit was having a blindfolded taste test of fairtrade chocolate to see which one we liked best.

Cup Winners- 26.02.16, by Mrs Wainwright

Date: 26th Feb 2016 @ 11:30am

Well done to everyone who won the cup this week!

Fantastic work.


The Maya, by Mrs Nolan

Date: 11th Feb 2016 @ 12:31pm

The Ancient Maya

More than 1000 years ago, the Maya civilization thrived in Mesoamerica. This region includes Central America and the southern part of Mexico. The Maya culture was rich and diverse. They studied the stars and the planets. They created calendars, developed a sophisticated system of writing and built incredible buildings.

Year 5/6 have constructed large heads based on Mayan sculptures and drawings. It has been great fun…..if a little messy!

Cup Winners 5.2.16, by Mrs Wainwright

Date: 5th Feb 2016 @ 3:00pm

A big well done to all of our cup winners this week!

Time Lapse Photography, by Mrs Nolan

Date: 2nd Feb 2016 @ 11:18am

We have used the iPads to take photographs of our amaryllis as it grows and flowers. We have taken measurements and intend to use this information to plot graphs in our mathematics lessons. We have also set the camera rolling on a bunch of daffodils. Hopefully we will have clips to show you soon.