We have been happy to see everyone have such a fantastic summer term here in school. It has been great to have some nice weather meaning that all the children have enjoyed lots of different outdoor learning opportunities. We have been very proud when they have represented our school whilst out on trips and in the community, the staff and I are delighted with all of their achievements.
At Lisburne we feel it is important to share our knowledge with parents and carers and those wishing to understand more about the way we educate and communicate with the children of Lisburne School. Over the last few months we have been releasing a series of videos looking specifically at the teaching tools we use to develop, enhance and enrich our pupils’ education. Please find below the fifth video in this series: Forest School
This Thursday 18th July we will present our summer show ‘The Forgotten Toys’. Follow the seemingly forgotten Woody, Buzz, Jessie, Mr. Potato Head and all their friends as they emerge from the toy box in the attic to see if they can find something to cheer themselves up! Expect comedy and dancing as our Key Stage Two Lisburne stars share an important story about what it means to fit in.
Lisburne School annual Summer Fair is taking place on Saturday 22nd June 2-4pm. Admission is £1 per adult and children are free to enter. A variety of stalls are available for your entertainment including raffles, tombolas, bouncy castles, splat the staff, barbecue and refreshments plus many more. ALL proceeds will go directly to the Friends of Lisburne Charity as we continue our fundraising efforts to purchase a new minibus for the school. So please, spread the word and bring all the change you can, we look forward to seeing many of you this coming Saturday.
Welcome back ~ we are pleased to see everyone return to school after the Easter break. The children have come back to school refreshed, quickly settling into the routine of school. This term we will be enjoying lots of outdoor learning with a range of healthy activities and opportunities so please ensure that they are dressed appropriately for the changeable British Summer…..
To continue reading the above letter please click the appropriate link below: