Nether Kellet Primary School
Nether Kellet Primary School

The first joint Forest School session of the year

8 October 2021

Oak and Chestnut Classes had their first Forest School session together today. They had to create lots of different shapes using natural objects. They were fab, and the Year 1s and 2s did a great job of looking after the new children and showing them the right things to do. We had a fantastic time!

Oak Class’ Scarecrow

5 October 2021

This week we have been preparing for a unit on Julia Donaldson’s, The Scarecrows’ Wedding. We explored the straw to see what it felt like and today we built our very own class scarecrow. Meet… Junior!

Stuart Robinson’s Assembly

21 September 2021

Yesterday, we were very lucky to welcome our very own gold medalist, Stuart Robinson into assembly. Stuart won gold in the wheelchair rugby in Tokyo this summer. He spoke to us about how we can reach our goals if we put the time and effort in. He really is an inspiration to us all!

Reach for the Stars

30 August 2021

Oak Class made a video to remind everyone to reach for the stars! Enjoy!

Oak Class’ 2nd Outdoor Day!

23 July 2021

Oak Class had a great day outdoors, building a fire, toasting marshmallows and picking and eating the pea pods from our school garden. What a lovely end to the year!

Chestnut and Oak lunch

20 July 2021

Water Fight

19 July 2021

We had an amazing time at our water fight this afternoon. The weather was gorgeous and we got very wet!

Ice creams

We would like to say a massive thank you to the PTA for providing some yummy ice creams after our water fight today!

Oak Class outdoor fun

13 July 2021

Oak Class have had a wonderful day in the outdoors. They have paddled, had water thrown at them(!), played on the Didi cars, had fun in the tunnel and the tent and then in the afternoon they built dens for their toys. Everyone has had a wonderful day and luckily the weather was on our side!

The Lake District trip

9 July 2021

Yesterday we went on an amazing trip to Brockhole. We got the boat from Bowness to Brockhole, where we did loads of outdoor activities. We made memory sticks using loom bands and natural objects, we made necklaces by threading leaves onto wool, added things to a den to make it more comfortable for the animals, had a picnic and had a play on the massive adventure playground! We even had time to go to the gift shop!