Peel Clothworkers' School

'Enjoyable Learning for Life'

What we've been up to…

Welcome to our school blog. Check out the posts below to find out what we've been up to recently.

A donation to Rebecca House
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Some of our Year 5 girls have very generously given up some of their time to make and sell loom bands to raise money for Rebecca House. Today, a representative from the charity came in to present the girls with a cheque for the money they raised and donated - £80! What a wonderfully thoughtful thin…

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Splendid Skies - Year 1
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Local Met Office Weatherman, Gary Salisbury came into school last week to show the children some apparatus that they use to measure the weather and create a forecast. The children measured the wind using an anemometer and temperature. We spoke about different types of clouds. The children were able…

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We Will Remember Them
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The Year 6 children attended and took part in a Service of Remembrance at Peel Cathedral this afternoon. During the service, there were some poems read beautifully by the children before they all went out to place a cross with a poppy in the ground at the memorial. All teachers who attended were ve…

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School Vegetables Donatation
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Madeline Porter of the Willaston Community Fridge project came to visit us to collect vegetables for their Warm Space & Lunch day from children who planted them in our school allotment earlier this year. We're delighted to have been able to support this wonderful project!

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Year 6 - Venture Centre - Group 2
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The Year 6 children had an amazing week at the Venture Centre doing lots of outdoor adventure activities! The children were very well behaved and a lot of fun was had. Here are some photographs of the children who went during the second week:

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Year 6 - Venture Centre - Group 1
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The Year 6 children had an amazing week at the Venture Centre doing lots of outdoor adventure activities! The children were very well behaved and a lot of fun was had. Here are some photographs of the children who went during the first week: s

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Hop-tu-Naa!
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The children had great fun celebrating Hop-tu-Naa in school. There was a brilliant effort made for the turnip carving competition, lots of spooky costumes and some wonderful traditional Manx dancing!

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Year 6 - WWII Walking Tour of Peel
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The year 6 children went on a World War Two walking tour of Peel lead by local historians, Tony and Jill Quirk. They learnt about internment camps and visited the air raid shelter on Peel Headlands that was a private shelter during the war. It was a very fascinating morning!

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