The Skelton School Harvest Service was held at St Michael's Church at the end of the first half term. The children entertained the congregation with a selection of songs, readings and poetry. A collection of food was held and this was delivered to the Penrith Foodbank later that same day.
In early October, the Year 5/6 children of Skelton and Patterdale Schools took part in a joint residential visit to Liverpool for three days. Places visited included the Maritime Museum, the Terracotta Warrior exhibition at the World Museum, an open-top bus ride, the Beatles Story, the Metropolitan Cathedral, the Anglican Cathedral, Anfield, Chinatown, the Museum of Liverpool and a ride on the Echo Wheel. We all had an amazing time in this fantastic city and all returned tired but with so many happy memories.
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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