Extra Curricular Excitement

In the first half of the Autumn term, pupils choose to attend a range of after school club activities including Forest School, Table Tennis at the Harbour Project, Multiskills with GL Leisure, Homework and Phonics Club. They all had a fantastic time and represented the school brilliantly showing Respect, Responsibility and Resilience!

Year 4 Egyptian Celebration

The pupils in Class 4 have been working extremely hard to learn all about Ancient Egypt. They took the opportunity to share their learning with the rest of the school by performing an assembly full of facts, examples of work and even their own Egyptian dance routines!. They created their own Egyptian costumes and celebrated…

World Mental Health Day Celebration

As part of World Mental Health Day, the Mental Health Champions in school delivered an assembly to share how pupils could support their Mental Health and keep their bodies and brains active. They also designed a range of activities for each class to try out during our Mental Health afternoon.  

Macmillan Coffee Event

On Wednesday 29th September, the school held a Coffee morning and a Coffee afternoon to support the National Macmillan Cancer charity event. Parents were invited in to school to feast on a range of delicious cakes and treats and to catch up with each other for the first time since lockdown. Of course the children…

Welcome back!

It was lovely to welcome back all of our pupils today They settled in to their new classes quickly, were eager to get started and enjoyed being back together with friends! They have grown so much over the last few weeks and we can’t wait to hear all about their adventures. Happy new term everyone!

C’est Manifique!

To celebrate Bastille Day, the whole school took part in a French themed day of activities … and they even got dressed for the occasion too! Each class was treated to a French breakfast including; crepes, croissants, pain au chocolat, waffles and juice before completing activities such as language games, learning French words, learning about…

Be the Best You Can Be Week!

Our school took part in the CET ‘Be the best you can be week’ event, where everyone one was challenged to go above and beyond, reach for their targets and focus on doing something better than ever before! Each class completed activities to challenge their resilience, show their responsibility and highlight the power or respect.…

Coast to Coast Challenge Completed!

On Wednesday 30th June the Friends of Hensingham held a fundraising event at the Copeland Athletics Stadium. The children completed a number of laps specific to each year group and as a whole school worked together to walk, run or hop the complete length of the coast to coast route which was 182 miles!!! The…