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Dear Parents Like most of you, we feel very uncertain about what is going to happen in the coming weeks. The impact of COVID-19 is changing so much about the way we live and work. We encourage all of you to access any support systems you have, whether it is talking on the phone to friends and family, reaching out for support online, or finding new ways to keep children engaged. Remember it is the simple pleasures that can keep us uplifted. We can still read books, listen to music, simply talk or play games as families. Possibly even challenge yourself and your children to learn a new skill or develop a new hobby; the options are limitless! We thank you for supporting the school and each other. A special thank you to those who work in critical and essential Services. Please follow the advice on the NHS 111 website, stay safe, healthy and look after each other. We look forward to welcoming you all back soon. Furness Primary Staff and Trustees


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Welcome to Furness Primary School

Furness Primary School aims to provide a safe and positive atmosphere which stimulates a working environment and where children can achieve high standards through a solid foundation of teaching across a creative and broadly balanced curriculum.  We endeavour to provide all of our children with the skills needed to develop positive attitudes, where mutual respect, values and sensitivity are nurtured within a culturally diverse community.

Science week

British science week

World Book Week

Music @ Furness

Car Free Day and Safety Week

This coming Monday is going to be a car free day. Children who scoot, cycle, walk or use any other means of transportation with a zero carbon footprint can grab a free snack from the KS2 playground. KS1 children are also invited and they need to come in through the KS2 playground that day. Gates will open at 8:30am and we can't guarantee a snack for every single child but there will be plenty.

There is going to be an Air quality Assembly at 9:05 where children will learn about ways to improve the quality of the air we breath in. Children who cycle to school that day will also take part in as bike club session at lunch time. 

In the afternoon there is going to be a workshop for year 6 children about air pollution and how the impact can be measured in plants. 

At the end of the day, Sustrans - the charity company running this event -  parents and teachers can also sign up for cycling training for adults.


Children's Mental Health Week


It's Children's Mental Health Week. The importance of looking after our emotional wellbeing from an early age is the focus of this year's Children's Mental Health Week. Organised by children's mental health charity Place2Be, this year's theme is 'Find your Brave', and the charity hopes to help children find the courage they need to face their challenges. Furness has been exploring ways to help young people strengthen their mental health, building their confidence and resilience.

School trip

Children in Year 5 have been learning about mountains, Hills and Vulcanos in geography which has culminated with a trip to Parliament Hill  


Children should bring PE kits to school on Monday and take them home on Friday.

School Uniform

Please make sure your children's school uniforms are correct and labelled.

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