End of Year Awards & Leaver’s Service 201822-07-2018 | 07:33:13 | No Comments

At the end of each year, as well as saying goodbye to Year 6, several awards are handed out in our church service at All Hallows. We also get to hear from our amazing choir and get to enjoy Rev. Simon’s interactive service.

The Mr Vince Attendance Cup and Happy School Award are given to the best attendee and a pupil who has shown true Bispham Endowed values.

Each junior year group also nominates one pupil for ‘The Blundell Award’ which is given in honour of former headteacher David Blundell. These children have shown true resilience or overcome a barrier to progress with their learning. Well done to all of our award winners, good luck to Year 6 in their transition to high school and we hope you all have a fantastic summer holiday! See you in September.

Swimming Champions!18-07-2018 | 14:26:57 | No Comments

Mrs Cox and Mrs Woodcock had the pleasure of taking a Year 5 and 6 Swimming Squad to Palatine Leisure Centre for the final sporting event of the year. The team and all their supporters were brilliant throughout the morning. The squad worked together, encouraging each other and had amazing individual results as well as the team relay results. The final event of the morning was a relay event in which the boys and the girls swam together. It was a close race and with Mrs Cox cheering them on from poolside, the team’s collective talent shone through and they came in winners. The whole squad were an absolute credit to the school in what was an amazing achievement. Well done you made us all very proud!

Summer Reading Challenge17-07-2018 | 13:05:35 | No Comments

Over the long summer holidays, please encourage your child to keep up with their love of reading with the Summer Reading Challenge.

Our local library at Moor Park is taking part.

Have a look at the link below…

Happy reading everyone

https://summerreadingchallenge.org.uk/news/general/about-mischief-makers

Some information from the website…

Summer Reading Challenge

The Summer Reading Challenge encourages children aged 4 to 11 to read six library books during the long summer holiday.

Children’s reading can ‘dip’ during the summer holidays if they don’t have regular access to books and encouragement to read for pleasure. The annual Summer Reading Challenge helps get three quarters of a million children into libraries each year to keep up their reading skills and confidence. Because everything changes when we read.

How it works
There is a different theme each year. Children can read whatever they like – fiction, fact books, joke books, picture books, audio books – just as long as they are borrowed from the library.

Children receive special rewards each time they finish a book and there’s a certificate for everyone who completes the Challenge.

The Summer Reading Challenge is open to all primary school aged children and is designed for all reading abilities. Schools work with local libraries and give out information to encourage children to take part, and most libraries run Summer Reading Challenge linked early years activity for pre-schoolers.

A total of 761,758 children across the UK took part in Animal Agents at their local library, an increase of 6,550 from 2016.

The Summer Reading Challenge 2018 is called Mischief Makers, inspired by the much-loved children’s title Beano, which celebrates its 80th anniversary.

Children will explore a map of Beanotown to find the mysterious buried treasure and become ultimate mischief makers! Dennis, Gnasher and friends will help them solve clues and collect stickers, having lots of fun and adventures along the way!

Year 3 End of Year Trip to Liverpool World Museum15-07-2018 | 08:17:25 | No Comments

Y3 Trip to Liverpool World Museum from Adam Ball on Vimeo.

We had a fantastic end of year trip to Liverpool to visit the World Museum. Thank you to all the parent volunteers who came with us and to all the staff and children who behaved impeccably.

Our main focus was to see the Ancient Egyptian exhibit, which contained mummies as well as other thousands of years old artefacts. It brought our Egyptian learning to life.

Year 2 to Year 3 Transition09-07-2018 | 08:00:35 | No Comments

BEPS Y2-3 Transition from Adam Ball on Vimeo.

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