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Lanchester Endowed Parochial Primary School
Front Street, Lanchester, DH7 0HU, UK Durham
Tel. 01207 520436

Class 2's Visit to Preston Hall Museum and Park


On Tuesday at quarter past nine the bus arrived class 2 got on the bus. There was a lot of noise because we were all excited. When we arrived at Preston Park there was a lady called Ruth who worked at the museum. After we met Ruth group 1 went with Miss. Kendall and Ruth. Group 2 went to the Victorian street with Mrs Phillips and Mrs Freeman. First we went to the Chemist.

After that we went to all of the shops. Next we had to go with Ruth. It was great fun. We had to feel in the feely bag and describe what was in the bag. There was a blancmange mould, hand bellows, copper bed warmer, and a poss sticR and a carpet beater. After that class 2 went for lunch I had ham sandwiches, crisps, a rockey and a drink. After lunch class 2 went to the park. Finally class 2 went to the gift shop I bought some coins. I had a great day.

We were very fortunate with the weather for our sports day/fun run this year.

All of the children were sponsored to run laps of the track to raise  money for the schools library and the PTA provided cream teas for the spectators and drinks, ice cream and crisps for the children.

Everyone enjoyed the day immensely and, for the record, Bede House were the winners.

Well done to all of the children who gave their best in very hot conditions.


The school has always had a flourishing 7-a-side football team which  has played in the local

Derwentside Presidents' League. This has been quite a competitive league facing some much

larger schools and in 2001/2 we did well to finish exactly mid-table after 12 games. To see our

full season's results and the final league table please click here.

All Saints' were winners of the Consett Small Schools' League Trophy and as a special

treat the team went to St. James' Park and met the Newcastle manager Bobby Robson and

several players, including Alan Shearer.


We enjoy athletics and shared the local Bloemfontein Athletics trophy with

Lanchester E.P. School after a dramatic tie on points in last year's triangular competition.

Our last big event was the Meadowfield Cross-Country Competition which took place on

Tuesday 19th March 2002. The children did very well indeed in competition against hundreds of

runners from many primary schools from all over Durham.

Our best achievement was from Hanna in Year 3 who came second out of over 400 runners

in her year group. Well done Hanna, and all who represented the school!

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