Class 2 have produced some wonderful still life artwork. What a talented group of artists we have!
Thank you to Cat Smith MP who gave generously of her time today to explain to our pupils all about her role as MP and to teach them more about our British value of the half term - democracy.
In Forest Schools today, we toasted marshmallows - what a nice birthday treat for one lucky girl!
Class 1 had a great afternoon in the woods today. We found all sorts of interesting things and built a trap for a fat-bottomed dragon!
Class 1 had a very interesting time on our plant hunt. We are so lucky to have such beautiful grounds.
Happy birthday to Mrs Jarvis - thank you for all the tasty meals you cook us.
In gardening club, we picked some rhubarb and had rhubarb crumble the next day for lunch - yummy!
Congratulations to these children who made it into school every single day in the Spring term.
Our community Easter Bingo was a huge success tonight and a wonderful end to a very busy Spring term.
Our whole school received basic first aid training this afternoon. We do hope they will never need to use it but these little people could save a life now they know what to do.
Class 2 went all out to win the Word Hunters of the week trophy this week. With 37 amazing new words, they narrowly beat Class 1's search. Well done children!
This week, we launched our new inter class competition - Word Hunters of the week. The first class to win our shiny, new trophy was Class 1 who found 48 new words. Well done Class 1!
The first of our 20 golden tickets has been found, hidden in a Jill Murphy book. This young man has won a new book. Who will find the next one?
Class 2 were very lucky to have a visit from Linda Macluskie this afternoon. Linda's talk, photos and videos all about her recent trip to the Amazon rainforest were really fascinating and the children learnt lots more about this term's geography topic.
We enjoyed being entertained by our very own stars today, all in aid of Comic Relief. They sang, danced, told jokes and played musical instruments and were judged by our governor, Mr Gordon and Joyce Warrington MBE.
Our handball team played brilliantly today in the Carnforth tournament, coming away as silver medallists. Well done Team Caton!
What a wonderful effort everyone made for World Book Day! Our visiting author, Rob Bullock, officially opened our new library and the children are all very excited about finding the 20 golden tickets hidden inside the books. Special thanks to the PTA for buying our fabulous new furniture!
What a wonderful end to our Castles topic with a medieval banquet. Thank you to all our families for coming along to join in with the fun!
What a wonderful collection of castles Class 1 have made at home!