Our Lady Of Furness Catholic Federation

Our Lady Of Furness Catholic Federation

Lovingly we Learn in Harmony

  1. Our Lady of the Rosary
  2. Classes
  3. Peregrine Class (UKS2)

Scroll down to see what PEREGRINE CLASS have been working on this term!

Autumn 2021

We welcome back all of our Year 6 and new Year 5 children to Peregrine Class. We are so pleased to have you all back and can't wait to start learning with you! We have lots of exciting things planned for this term including:

  • A performance at the Forum with South Lakes Rock School
  • A special STEM based poppy workshop with BAE
  • New after school clubs starting including choir, netball, football and violin lessons  

Your key teacher is still Mrs Code but once a week (when she is doing her SENCO role), Mrs Crellin will be teaching in class and Tuesday afternoons will be with Mrs Rattray and Coach Corey.

You can see our Autumn Term curriculum web below to find out what you will be working on in every subject. 

March 2021

We are really looking forward to welcoming you all back to class after the last few months of remote learning. We have lots of exciting opportunities planned! We will also make sure that we make time to do all of the things that you could not easily do at home (like scientific investigations, DT and PE) and will be spending plenty of time learning outside of the classroom.


Here is our curriculum for the rest of the Spring Term.

We have been experimenting with printmaking in Art this half term. We have used techniques similar to lino relief printing but to keep it safer (without using very sharp tools) we have used fine polystyrene sheets and pencils to create the lino type cuts and the used a mixture of rollers and brushes to apply paint. Different techniques and paper types produced different results. We then took a second tile to create and contrasting colour print over the top.

We think that they are beautiful and effective and we have a learned what types of shapes work and which don't show up so well in the process.

For Science Week, we had the opportunity to work with the 'Circuit Scribe' which was kindly provided for us by BAE Systems. All of the class thoroughly enjoyed the hands on opportunity to work with circuits that they could entirely create themselves with the ease of just a pen! We have developed our team working and interpersonal skills alongside lots of problem solving and creative design.

Here is our Summer Term curriculum!