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Cross country success

2019-10-02T22:32:13+00:00

Congratulations to our cross country team who came 4th out of 9 teams this afternoon with two year 2s holding their own in the Year 3/4 race. A special well done to our Year 6 pupil for his bronze medal.

Cross country success2019-10-02T22:32:13+00:00

Sports Day

2019-06-19T23:59:37+00:00

What a wonderful sports day we had!  Well done to Green Team, the overall winners and Red Team for have the most positive sporting attitude.

Sports Day2019-06-19T23:59:37+00:00

Ready for take off!

2019-06-16T19:45:19+00:00

Safety talk completed, drinks and snacks served and Class 1 and Mrs Bowskill are ready for their trip to Lanzarote! Come a book a holiday at Caton Flights, all welcome!

Ready for take off!2019-06-16T19:45:19+00:00

MP visit

2019-05-09T21:25:18+00:00

Thank you to Cat Smith MP who gave generously of her time today to explain to our pupils all about her role as MP and to teach them more about our British value of the half term - democracy.

MP visit2019-05-09T21:25:18+00:00

Forest Schools

2019-05-09T21:31:05+00:00

Class 1 had a great afternoon in the woods today. We found all sorts of interesting things and built a trap for a fat-bottomed dragon!

Forest Schools2019-05-09T21:31:05+00:00

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Caton Community Primary School
Broadacre
Caton
Lancashire
LA2 9NH

Phone: 01524 770104

Web: catoncommunityprimary.org.uk

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Class 2 visited the Victoria Institute today to see their work on display and to find the names of the soldiers they had researched on the memorial.

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