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The Lampard Community School

School Blog

We will be updating this section during residentials, project weeks and with other news throughout the year.

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  • 26/11/20

    The Day an Astronaut Came

    We were so excited to welcome Theatre Alibi into school yesterday, with a performance called ‘Down to Earth’ - the story of Janet, an astronaut who has had enough of being in space. Feeling cooped up, missing the people she loves and fearful of the constant danger, she decided...
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  • 20/11/20

    Children in Need

    Tamar class raised an incredible £220.55 for Children in Need. Thank you so much to everyone who donated cakes or sent in Money. It was great to use our new Shed Shop to for our cake sale. Tamar class were also sponsored by the adults in school to do a one hour non-stop cycle ride around the p...
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  • 17/11/20

    Christian Creation Story

    Barle class have been learning about the Christian Creation Story in RE this term. They used their i-pads and RE knowledge to create and tell their own version of the creation story. Summer created this amazing power point, adding the pictures and text independently
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  • 16/07/20

    Indiana Casey and the Elemental Shards

    One of our students from Waldon class has produced a fantastic story called Indiana Casey and the Elemental Shards. We thought you might also like to read it. Please see the attached story below.
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  • 12/06/20

    Through the Gateway

    In March, before things changed, Umber had a lovely day out at Broomhill Sculpture Gardens. They sang a beautiful version of Go Through The Gateway standing together around a gate. We hope you enjoy the video.      
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  • 21/05/20

    Umber visited Broomhill Sculpture Gardens

    In March, before things changed, Umber had a lovely day out at Broomhill Sculpture Gardens. They sang a beautiful version of Go Through The Gateway standing together around a gate.  
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  • 29/01/20

    Harry Potter Trip

    Everyone who took the Media option was invited to Harry Potter World. We did have to get up really early and wait through the long bus journey, but it was definitely worth it!   When we got there, they gave us a passport which you can put stamps on it, we also had to try and find all the...
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  • 21/01/20

    Upper School Child Care Option

    As part of our WJEC accreditation on The Care of a New Baby, we looked at Weaning. Everyone had to be able to explain what weaning was and when it started but for fun, Mrs Marquiss decided to encourage the students to ‘try’ the baby first food purees. Some of the purees were shop...
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  • 20/01/20

    Taw - CAD Lesson

    This week in CAD we looked at the artist Michelle Reader. She uses recycled materials and found objects to make sculptures. Her sculptures are figurative, so they look like real things, such as a jaguar. She sometimes uses mechanical elements, such as pieces of toys or clocks. In today’s lesso...
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  • 20/01/20

    Upper School Food Studies - Cottage Pie

    Last week in Upper School Food Studies, the students made Cottage pie. They worked from a simple recipe to make a tasty cottage pie. All ingredients were provided and Mrs Marquiss encouraged everyone to be as independent as possible following the recipe. This is a very important life skill we are wo...
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  • 16/01/20

    Willow Class Visit the Freedom Centre

    Willow visited The Freedom centre to give a cheque for £44.22 which we raised at our Christmas Market.   Students had a tour of the centre and looked at all the facilities that the centre offers to their clients.   We have decided to save crisp packets to help the centre...
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  • 13/01/20

    Taw Class - Art Lessons

      In CAD we looked at the artist Marc Quinn. He often uses unusual materials in his sculptures. In 1994, Marc Quinn made lots of sculptures of his hands using bread. In today’s lesson, we used bread dough to sculpt our hands. We made sure our sculptures were life size and three dimensi...
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