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13th December 17
Welcome to Ingol Community Primary School
Important Dates
KS1 Nativity - Tuesday 12th December (6pm)
KS2 Play - Thursday 14th December (6pm)
Pantomime (Preston Guild Hall) - Tuesday 19th December (afternoon)
School closes for Xmas - Thursday 21st (1.15pm)

A special guest in school today for 'Children In Need'


Well done Boys & Girls we raised over £150 for the 'Children & Need' charity

(see class blogs for more pictures of activities during the day)

Anglo-Saxon Day in Y5 & Y6


Pupils in Year Five and Year Six enjoyed an Anglo-Saxon day with Historian Terry Briody. The Pupils put their art & technology skills to good use and made some fantastic models of Saxon weaponary and jewellery.

Go to the Y5 and Y6 BLOG for more pictures and videos.

DC0604C1-C558-4AA1-B9BF-A595129C698E from Ingol CPS on Vimeo.


IQM award - presentation


Worth waiting for!

Mrs Doran & Mr Smith attended the annual IQM award ceremony in London to formally receive and accept recognition on the school in gaining the award.

Well done to everybody at Ingol Community Primary School. Very well deserved!


Macmillan Coffee Morning



Well done to everybody for your kind donations! There were some very yummy cakes on offer!!

Healthy children promoting our healthy school


Since the start of the new term, the whole school has embarked on various activities to promote the importance of leading healthy lifestyles. We have set up a fruit tuck shop for morning break and three times a week each class is participating in the daily mile. Along with various other activities within the school curriculum and through extra-curricular clubs we hope to raise the importance of healthy living.

This term at Ingol CPS the pupils will be developing their 'Sapphire Power'

What does a Sapphire learner show...?

When we are learning we:

Keep on task even though there are lots of distractions – fight off the monster distraction.

Focus our attention.

Keep listening to others (teachers, support staff and pupils) even when there are a lot of distractions.

(Click here to read information on our GEM project in school)