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Final suggested walks from Mr Westerby and Miss Hawkins

Suggested walks this week from Mrs Taylor and Miss Dixon

Suggested walks from Miss Alexander and Mrs Simpson ( I hope the sunshine returns for you to complete them)

A walk from Mr Kennedy and outdoor activities from Miss Watson.22.06.20

Two suggested walks for you this week from Miss Liddle and Mr Townsend

WALK OF THE WEEK

Each week we will upload two local walks for you and your family to try.  

Teachers have selected their favourite local walk and suggested some activities for you to try along the way. It is important that you complete these with an adult so that you stay safe. However, it will also be a fun activity for you complete together.

Please remember to stick to rules on social distancing and follow the country code when out in parks etc.

 

Enjoy the fine weather and stay safe!

Two suggested walks for you to try this week from Mrs Banks and Mrs Graham.

MORE HOME RESOURCE IDEAS

SPELLINGS AND WORD LISTS

Top Tips from Brook Street Staff

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HOME LEARNING OPPORTUNITIES AND SUGGESTIONS MESSAGE TO PARENTS

Reading Information Evening November 2019

World Book Day 2017

The girls had a brilliant morning at The Sands Centre competing in a 5- a side tournament. Look out for our picture in the News and Star!

Sands Centre Girls Football 4.2.17

Summer Fair Flash Mob 2016

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Dance Factor

Truck Photos

Karika Laubscher visited Brook Street School

Karika Laubscher, a teacher from De Kuilen School in South Africa visited school during the week of 23rd – 27th March. She told us all about how the children learn in South Africa and visited each of our classes to see how our children learn here.

 

She went with Y4 to Toby Carvery to compare British food with South African food and enjoyed trying a Yorkshire Pudding.

 

She was evacuated by train to Kirby Stephen with Year 5. She enjoyed going to the Christian Head Care Home to hear the elderly residents there tell tales from World War 2. The children then sang songs from World War 2 to the residents.

 

She also visited The Rum Story in Whitehaven to hear all about the history of run making and the slave trade.

Red Nose Day at Brook Street

Children from Brook Street took part in the Remembrance Service in Carlisle City Centre.

School was asked to send a pupil to take part in the opening ceremony of the new Entertainer Toy Shop

Carlisle United visit 2014

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