Arnold’s first birthday19-11-2017 | 18:05:42 | 1 Comment

It was my birthday on the 25th October. I had a little party with all my Friends at Stanah Park.


Daisy and Toby Gorman, Baxter Ollie and Benji and Darcey Hartley. Here we are having a super time.

I tried to keep up with them but they were just too fast for me.

We all had party bags and Toby couldn’t wait to open his.

Everyone loved their little treat.

When I got home I was absolutely exhausted. I was so tired I couldn’t even manage to get both of my legs onto the sofa.

The next day I woke up to a lovely cup of Earl Grey tea.

 I had a lovely bath and washed my hair and had a trip to the groomers.

Someone bought me some socks so I thought I’d try them on.

Oh and I forgot to show you this one. The reason why I needed a bath was all down to Toby and Daisy. They told me to jump into the water, they said it wasn’t deep and I would just get my paws wet. That turned out to be not quite true. That’s the last time I listen to them.

Arnold is ready for reading17-11-2017 | 16:30:57 | No Comments

I have been loving listening to the children read. I like nothing better on an afternoon than chilling out with my new class mates and hearing them read to me.                         I wish I could read it looks like so much fun.

Sumdog Blackpool Maths Contest17-11-2017 | 15:03:03 | No Comments

From today (Friday) until Thursday 23rd November, we are taking part in the Blackpool Sumdog Maths Contest. We are encouraging our children to log on to their Sumdog accounts and use them at school and at home. Last year, 6A won the competition and we want one of our classes to be top of the league again this year.

Each child can log on at home and play a range of games answering mathematical questions. The more questions we answer and the more we get correct, the higher our place in the league. So please download the app on Apple or Android and do Bispham Endowed proud!


Christmas Shopping Starts Early15-11-2017 | 21:27:49 | No Comments

Getting ahead on your Christmas shopping – The Smile Center in school has become a surprise ‘pop-up’ shop for children to come and buy presents for loved ones at home. Mrs Beatty and her helpers have done a fantastic job making these wonderful gifts up and helping the little ones pick!

Owzat!!13-11-2017 | 15:58:38 | No Comments

Danny Gilbert from Lancashire Cricket Club kindly visited the school to pass on his expert tuition to an enthusiastic Year 5. We practised bowling, batting, catching and scoring runs. A super morning was enjoyed by all. Anything else just wouldn’t have been cricket!

Life Education Team09-11-2017 | 10:40:45 | No Comments

This week, the Life Education Team have been based in school talking about a range of life skills with all classes in school. The children have spent an hour in the Life Education Bus with Karen Bowes, and discussed issues like looking after our bodies, caring for our brain and healthy eating. The children have been asking lots of excellent questions and giving very mature answers to these themes.

Here, Year 3 are discussing parts of the body and the functions that they do. We also discussed what may help our bodies (like exercise) and what may harm our bodies (such as smoking).

27-10-2017 | 15:09:58 | No Comments


What a busy Friday we have had!

We have been practicing throwing and catching skills on the muga this morning. It would be great if you could practice this is the garden or at the park during the holidays.

We went to the library this afternoon! Thank you to everyone for bringing back library books. We love sitting quietly and looking through our favourite books. We are looking forward to reading our books over the holidays too.

Autumn 1 Celebration Assembly27-10-2017 | 14:16:57 | 1 Comment

Our half-termly celebration assembly took place today – what a busy 8 weeks we have had in school! We have covered lots of the curriculum already.

Reception talked about their book ‘Aliens Love Underpants’ and the alien shapes they had made inspired by the books.

1L told us how they are reading Arnold’s (The School Dog) body language to see what he is trying to communicate.

1M had a great time outdoors on the MUGA making human numbers. 

Year 2 celebrated with a visit from Samuel Pepys and other characters from the Great Fire of London in 1066.

Year 3 treated us to a demonstration of some of the moves they had learned from the Royal Ballet School.

Year 4 have had a busy half term and showed us their Roman aqueducts, read us a newspaper report about Robin Hood and told us about the musical instruments they had made inspired by the topic on sound.

Year 5 were swimming but they have been extremely busy too! Splish splash!

Year 6 inspired us all with a powerpoint presentation about their trip to Waterpark.

Christian Value Champions25-10-2017 | 16:05:24 | No Comments

This half term we have been looking at the Christian Value of TRUTH. We have explored what this value means and why Jesus taught us to be truthful.

Our Bible memory verse is found in John 8 v 32:

Then you will know the truth, and the truth will set you free!

Here are some of the children, who have been chosen by their classmates, who model what it means to be truthful at all times. Well done to this half term’s ‘Values Champions!’

Highway Agency23-10-2017 | 09:26:01 | No Comments

There have been some very important visitors in Y6 this week.  We have learned the importance of keeping safe on the roads and how we can help people  in a traffic accident.


What a great career this could be for some of our children.

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