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Welcome to Riccall Primary School
At Riccall CP, we believe that young children learn best when they are stimulated by an exciting and challenging curriculum which motivates them to learn. We actively encourage children to be inquisitive about the world around them and we celebrate every child’s success. Our aim is to create a lifelong love of learning in every child.
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Roundup Reporters: This week, the reporters have written about the Y5’s Egyptian day! This week, the reporters shall be writing about the History Day for Year 5 as well as providing you with two sporting updates. On Wednesday, Year 5 were visited by a man called John, who taught them about Ancient Egypt. He brought in various artefacts, such as a headrest, a bow and arrow and many more. Nicola, a Year 5 pupil, had this to say. “It was an extremely fun day and I enjoyed drawing the artefacts in my sketch book. My favourite artefact was the arrows and my favourite part was looking at all the different kinds of arrow heads.” “He brought in a crocodile that had been mummified. It was scary because you could see the teeth. My favourite part was dressing up because I was allowed to be a statue with a helmet on. It was really fun,” explained Ellie, another Year 5 pupil. Also, it has been another busy sporting week for the children of Riccall. The latest sporting news is that the Year 6 netball team finished 5th in their competition. Well done to them! Additionally, girls from Years 4, 5 and 6 competed in a girls’ football tournament and finished in second place!