Chorley St James' CE Primary School
Committed to excellence; inspired by Christ
The children have been researching in to Arctic and Antarctic animals. We discovered seals, whales,sea lions and polar bears have blubber to keep them warm, but what does that mean?! The children performed an investigation to find out, blubber or no blubber? We discovered that the bowl without blubber was a lot colder than the one with it. Later the children listened toLearn more
In science today Year 6 examined some plants and set about describing them. They then thought about how plants and animals are classified so that everyone knows which is being talked about.
There are consistently high expectations in lessons and a range of interesting and motivating activities offered to pupils, resulting in a very positive attitude to learning from Reception through to Year 6.
This is a happy and purposeful school where pupils, parents and staff have a strong sense of being part of a school ‘family’.