It was a great experience to meet Bishop Libby and Rev’d Jess today.  Bishop Libby led a question and answer session and collective worship for pupils and families.

World Book Day 2018

by Joanne on March 2, 2018

Just some of the many characters who arrived at school on World Book Day 2018!

Look at some of the characters who visited us on World Book Day!

Look at just some of the characters who turned up on World Book Day on 1st March!

Hello -We’re the Flintstones! Dance Platform 2018 UVHS

Grange CE School sing with 5,800 friends at Young Voices in Manchester this week!

January 26, 2018
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Rotary go Back to School!

January 15, 2018

Follow the link below to see how Grange Rotary Club got on when they came to our school for a lesson in IT from our Rotakids!

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Cross Country Event – Wednesday 10th January

January 15, 2018

Well done to everyone who took part in Cross Country at Casterton Prep School on 10th January. Great sportsmanship shown by all! Congratulations to Savannah who has been selected to trial for Cumbria.

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Year 1 multiskills – Thursday 11th January 2018

January 15, 2018

Year 1 enjoyed multiskills at Cartmel Priory School with primary schools from our cluster.

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Christmas decoration making in Y3-great fun!

December 15, 2017

Thank you to Mrs Mugatroyd for helping us to make these decorations.

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December 5, 2017

Are you dreaming of a white Christmas? Six year-old Sophie Armitage thinks it should be rather more colourful. Her delightful drawing won a school Christmas card design competition organised by South Lakeland District Council (SLDC). SLDC’s Chairman, Councillor Eric Morrell, picked out Sophie’s entry to become the design for his official 2017 council Christmas card. […]

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Remembrance Service 2017

November 27, 2017

Grange CofE School – Remembrance Service  12/11/2017 When I stood watching the Remembrance parade in November 2016 it occurred to me that one of our biggest community groups (our Primary School) was missing from the parade. After a discussion at our governing body and a few e.mails and phone calls to Grange Town Council a […]

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