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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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  • 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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  • 10/01/20

    Loom Band Creations

    Mrs Harvey asked a student in Tamar to take photos of her amazing loom band creations to share on the website. The student is self taught and watches YouTube videos to make her models. We think they are amazing!
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  • 16/12/19

    Christmas Cake Baking

    Students have been given the opportunity to bake Christmas Cakes in a tin cake and will be taking them home with them next week. Here is Exe and Dart classes during their cake baking session.  
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  • 12/12/19

    Choir Christmas Carols

    Our school choir have put on some wonderful carol concerts at Arundel House and Newport Church. They received such a positive response from the crowds and have really helped spread the Christmas cheer within our local community.
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  • 05/12/19

    Upper School Science Option

    During Upper School Science Option this term we have been learning about Bunsen Burners, liquids, what is acid, alkali and neutral, and doing experiments.
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  • 04/12/19

    We the Curious

    The Middle School trips to ‘We the Curious’ in Bristol were a huge success and the students had lots to talk about when they returned to classes the next day. It was so nice seeing students from different classes having an opportunity to mix and interact positively in a new learning e...
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  • 28/11/19

    I Believe in Unicorns!

    What a treat! Today, Theatre Alibi came to perform their incredible play ‘I Believe in Unicorns’ in our own school hall! And what a performance it was.   The students absolutely loved watching the actors perform, and the set was stunning. It brought the story to life in a magi...
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  • 27/11/19

    Otters Class Visit the Farm

    The students from Otters had a fantastic first trip to Futures Farm in Woolacombe with Exe group.  When we arrived the rain had stopped and we were met by Craig and Rich who worked with us all day.  We fed the animals such as pigs, goats, chickens, alpacas and ducks and helped look after t...
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