Welcome to Penny Bridge CE Academy   From our Headteacher

 I am very happy to introduce myself as the Headteacher of Penny Bridge CE Academy. We are a happy, well motivated and hard working staff who provide a fun, stimulating and nurturing environment in which every child can succeed and fulfil their potential. 

 I hope our website gives you an insight into our school but we believe the best way to find out all about us is to visit and see all the things we have to offer.

 Ms Lynn Smolinski

Penny Bridge C.E. Academy News

  • Midwife Visit.
    As part of our KS2 topic 'Being Human' we had a visit from Lynsey Crocker, Lorna's mum from class 3. Lynsey is a midwife at Furness General Hospital. We learnt about what an important job it is in our society.
  • Maths Champions
    This weeks Maths Champions have been announced. We hope they have a maths filled week promoting maths in their classes.
  • Whole School Maths Challenge
    Today's maths challenge had us finding out how long a toilet roll was.
  • New Term!
    The children are all settled back into the mew term. Don't forget to check the class pages for the new term's topic webs and learning journeys
  • Christmas Jumper Day!
    All the children and staff looked fantastic in their Christmas attire today!
  • Social Networkers
    Year 3 and 4 are learning how to send messages safely to each other using the Virtual Learning Environment
  • Christmas has started!
    The year six children have decorated the tree for the Christmas Fayre. Here comes the festive season!
  • Class 1 and 2 Computing
    Today we were trying out the new school iPads. You can see us here trying out a BeeBot app to support our computing unit on programming.
  • Athletics Success!
    What a week of sport. Olesia, Jake and Nathan were 1st, 3nd and 5th in their repective cross country races in the area event. Our KS2 indoor athletics team cam 2nd out of 8 teams in the Ulverston and District event held at UVHS. Well done to all involved!
  • Year 1 Curriculum Week
    This week we have been looking at what life was like 100 years ago to commemorate the centenary of the First World War. We have been seeing what school was like, what the poppy stands for, what the soldiers had to eat and what people wore 100 years ago.
  • Curriculum Week
    This week we are studying all about World War One. We hope the children will come back with a good understanding of why we wear a poppy. There is sewing, baking, clay work, poetry and letter writing all planned so be sure to ask what they have been up to!
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