Nether Kellet Primary School
Nether Kellet Primary School

Sycamore’s Scavenger Hunt

Sycamore Class on a Scavenger Hunt in our beautiful school grounds!


What better way is there to cool down on the hottest day on record than… WATERFIGHT! We all had such an amazing time and enjoyed some ice lollies afterwards.

Sycamore’s Trip to St Mark’s Church

Sycamore Class visited St Mark’s Church to meet the Reverend Peter and learn more about what it means to Love Your Neighbour. Some children read their Lost Sheep acrostic poems at the lecturn. We also explored the Church, sang a favourite song together and all had a turn to ring the church bell. We asked many questions and thoroughly enjoyed the experience.

The Lake District Trip

Everyone has had such a wonderful day in the sunshine today. The classes all did slightly different activities but some of these included scavenger hunts, sketching, making fairies, paddling, bark rubbing and so much more!

Sycamore’s DT Textile Project

During the DT textile project, Sycamore Class researched, designed and made successful finger puppets of sea creatures. They initially created paper prototypes in order to draw patterns with a seam allowance.

Imagining History

A larger selection of photos of Sycamore’s session with Imagining History.

Sports Reach Assembly

We had our Sports Reach assembly this morning. Sooty came to tell us all about the program.

Sports Day 2022

We have had a wonderful Sports Day and it was lovely to welcome back spectators this year. The sunshine stayed out for us and everyone tried so hard. You should all be very proud of yourselves! Also a massive well done and congratulations to Reds who were the overall champions!

Sycamore Class’ Imagining History Day

Sycamore Class enjoyed an interactive workshop about Ancient Egypt on 7th July.

A fun packed, fast paced and factual interactive workshop with Imagining History, a Lancaster based group.

Laura and Adrian took us through the whole timeline of Ancient Egypt with the children volunteering to play the parts of anything from a pyramid to a Pharaoh or even a limestone block that had to be moved many miles across the desert!

Role play depicting what times were like under the rule of various Pharaohs were freeze-framed and judged allowing children to move on to the next level and another ruler!

As a finale the children re-enacted three possible evidence-based clues as to the way Tutankhamun may have died, a fact not yet known! They then had to vote on the most likely way it happened based on their learning! Fantastic!

Sycamore Mini First Aid Day

Last week, all the classes were lucky enough to have some basic first aid training. Here are some photos from Sycamore.