Lytham Road, Warton, PR4 1AD, United Kingdom


Holy Family Catholic Primary School

Love one another as I have loved you.

Miss Barnes and Mrs Disley and the children from Butterflies Class would like to welcome you to our page. We are looking forward to a fun filled year of learning :

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Class teacher - Miss E Barnes        Class teaching assistant- Mrs J Disley

This half term we will be learning all about the Fire of London in our topic Fire Fire!

We also have our nativity play. Please make sure you are practicing your lines at home.

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Our class story is all about a boy called Eliot who when it turns midnight...turns into a superhero! We learnt some actions to the story!

Return to school September 2020

Hello and welcome back to school...finally! We are so excited to welcome you back and have lots of exciting activities planned for you. 

I have attached what we are learning about this half term, as well as our welcome letter with key information on.

If you do have any other questions, please do not hesitate to give us a ring or email Mrs Holden to pass on a message while we can't allow parents in school.


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The answer? VERY high!!

Today we have been designing and creating a 'Pop Bottle Rocket'! We looked at different famous rockets and the best design features of them, before creating our own. We can't wait to see how high they can go tomorrow!

Today we had a super Science workshop and then we made lava lamps! We made them using a plastic bottle, and adding in water and oil. The water sunk to the bottom. We added our food colouring to change the colour. Then we put in a fizzing tablet. This sunk to the water at the bottom and created carbon dioxide bubbles which floated to the top!

To start our science week, we predicted whether we could create a bubble which was bigger than ourselves. Most of us thought not, but we did! We did this using washing up liquid, water and adding a liquid called glycerine to make the bubble stronger. We loved it, and can not wait for the rest of Science week.

Look at our amazing World Book Day costumes!

Amazon Learning Journals
Have a look at some of our fabulous learning journals after our topic of the Amazon. 

After trying and designing, today we finally made our fruit kebabs! Don't they look delicious! We carefully peeled and used knives to chop up the fruit into chunks, before putting them on a stick. Yum Yum!!


Today Class 2 tried some fruit that was grown in the Amazon, Brazil. We tried Banana, grapes, mango, pineapple, passion fruit, orange, lemon and lime. We like some more than others! Most of us even said we liked a fruit we had never tried before. Soon, we will be picking our favourite Amazon fruit and creating fruit kebabs. We can't wait to try them!


Spring term 2020 overview- Passport to the world

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Class 2 Christmas crafts day with the help of some of our parents.

Class 2 have been writing stories and making videos to go with these stories. Have a look at some of our work....

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Welcome back to school all children in Class 2. Our learning topic for this half term is Passport to Europe.

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 welcome letter 2019 Year 1 (1).pdfDownload
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 welcome letter 2019 Year 2.pdfDownload
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Ribble Discovery - Fairhaven Lake

 Class 1 and 2 had a fantastic day at the beach.

We identified human and physical features, took part in a beach combing activity, used our senses to explore the surroundings and of course built sandcastles!

The staff all commented on the exemplary behaviour of our children and were really impressed by their listening, attention and the way in which they cared for one another.

What a wonderful day! 

Trip to Judges Lodgings

Author Visit

Yesterday we were visited by Sarah Roberts.  She read us her book "Somebody Swallowed Stanley"  and talked to us about environmental issues including the importance of getting rid of our rubbish properly.

We were all lucky enough to receive a signed copy of her book.

For more information on Sarah's work look on

Autumn 1 Topic Map - Robots

Measuring Mass

As part of our work on mass we measured ingredients to make biscuits.  We read the scales really well and enjoyed tasting them!

Our First Day

The children had a fantastic first day,

We talked about the reasons for having rules and have decided that we need rules in our classroom to ensure that it is a happy and fair place where everyone feels valued and able to learn.  We worked together to create our rules for this year.