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Above and Beyond

Class 11 on a tour of Turf Moor, Burnley FC, whilst taking part in a Mental Health Awareness Workshop.👍☺️

Year 5&6s@Young Voices 2024 Concert - 5th Feb 2024


More Able Art Event For Year1/2 OCT 2023

Year Six Enterprise Project-Summer 2023


Well done to our six mathematicians for their excellent entrepreneurship and efforts this year.

They used donated jewellery to achieve a profit of over £100 by selling it online, holding a bingo event and raffling off the remaining items.

Enterprise Group

Able and Talented Cluster Provision

We are proud to be part of a cluster with other local schools, which provide opportunities for children with particular strengths in different subject areas, to work alongside each other  in workshops throughout the year.  

The schools which are part of the cluster are:

Huncoat Primary School, Christ the King Roman Catholic School, Hapton CE Primary School, Woodnook Primary School, St. Peters CE Primary School and Balladen Primary School.


Recent events:

Outdoor Maths @ Crawshawbooth (Years 3 and 4 )

Design and Technology Workshop @ Christ the King (Years 3 and 4 & Years 1 and 2))

Survival Skills @ Crawshawbooth (Years 5 and 6)

Archery and Curling @ Huncoat (Years 3 and 4)

Computing @ Huncoat (Years 3 and 4)

English Creative Writing @ Crawshawbooth (Y3/4)



RESPECT POSTCARDS AND STICKERS - awarded to those showing our value of 'respect'.

A group of boys from year 3 and 4 were invited to visit Burnley College when it was the launch of their Science and Technology Festival. They took part in different workshops, which involved playing on games that had been designed and made by college students and making their own galaxy in a Science lab. At the end of the day, there was a very impressive performance by a robot, who could dance to the beat, sing and squirt water at the audience!



Higher Order Thinking Skills (HOTS) activities in lessons ensure that our pupils get the chance to apply their new found knowledge and evaluate, analyse and create or design independently. These are part of Bloom's Taxonomy, related to ways of learning and applying this learning.