Harvest in EYFS

For Harvest we discussed harvest and how Autumn is the season of harvest. We have made Autumn wreathes, the children chose their autumnal objects for their wreath; using cutting and sticking skills. We discussed the purpose of scarecrows, the children coloured and cut the scarecrows, we then turned them into Dingly Dangly scarecrows with split pins. We used our scarecrows to move during our Dingle Dangle scarecrow song.

MacMillan Masterpiece

Our super talented parent Jodie @MitchiMoo Cakes created this masterpiece in support of our MacMillan cake sale. A bear cake dressed in full Farrowdale House uniform.

Our values

In class and during assemblies, the children have discussed our School Values, making links to our British Values. The children have produced some outstanding work and demonstrated how each day in school we use: tolerance, democracy, mutual respect and the importance of following rules.

The colour monster

Our new feelings check in station in EYFS. This week we have been reading ‘The Colour Monster’, we now have a colour monster themed well-being station. Here the children can select a Pom Pom which best describes their feelings and place it in the corresponding pot. It’s a lovely opportunity to share positive feelings and experience as well as detect any negative ones and offer support and solutions for these. We’ve discussed why we feel this way and what makes us feel these different emotions.


Levels 1 and 2 of the Bikeability training were completed this week. Congratulations to all of our pupils for completing the courses and enjoying time outdoors.

We are incredibly proud to introduce you to the newest signing to Burnley F.C.
Our very own Jasper is officially the U9 Goal Keeper for Burnley F.C.
Jasper played in goal at the Premier League Festival at Loughborough University this weekend. A huge well done Jasper, we look forward to watching your football career progress.

Huge congratulations to our past pupils.

Congratulations to all of our past pupils receiving examination results last week. We are incredibly proud of all the success, achievements and resilience during such an uncertain year.

It has been a joy to hear from our past pupils who have shared their success stories; many pupils achieving the outstanding grade 8 and 9 GCSE results.

Good luck in your future studies.