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SCOTTISH COUNTRY DANCE CLUB


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Before Christmas, the Royal Scottish Country Dance Society held a Global Youth Week and this photograph appeared in the Club magazine to show the young dancers in Cockermouth taking part.


They took part in a new dance written specially for them, called ‘Jellybeans’ and Arches’ and they had just come through from behind their partners when the teacher shouted: “Stop for a photograph!”


In the youth class, we


concentrate on the shapes we make with our dancing and the Jellybeans’ involves 8 bars of music.


Scottish Dancing offers much more than moving to music and physical exercise. There are so many benefits, such as musicality, mental stimulation, maths, sociability and of course, FUN! These benefits are available for adults too, so why not try it out as part of your New Year’s resolution to get fit and keep healthy.


Marlene runs a class at the village hall in Bassenthwaite on Monday evenings. 017687 76054.


Gail teaches youngsters from age 7 on Mondays after school at the hall on Lorton Street, Cockermouth.


Email cockermouthyouthscd@talktalk.net


Angela holds her class on Thursday evenings, also at Lorton Street. 016973 20082


If you would like to know more, you can contact the Secretary, Marion on 01900 817045.


Look out for our banner at Goodfellow Tyres in Sainsbury’s car park.


www.derwentscd.com www.rscdscarlisle.co.uk


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Bassenthwaite Primary School and Nursery


Bassenthwaite, Keswick, Cumbria CA12 4QH NURSERY PLACE


LOOKING FOR A SCHOOL OR


Bassenthwaite School can offer your child a tailored curriculum with small class sizes and a guaranteed secondary school place at Keswick School.


Call us on 017687 76365 to arrange a visit.


Bassenthwaite Primary School and Ducklings Nursery part of Keswick School Multi Academy Trust.


www.bassenthwaite.cumbria.sch.uk MUDDY FUN IN THE WOODS!


Situated so near the woodlands means that Bassenthwaite School is ideally located to fully embrace the Forest Schools initiative enabling the school to enhance their curriculum and allow pupils to develop their confidence and self- esteem through their experiences.


This term, pupils have enjoyed regular sessions with Keswick Canoe and Bush craft which have supported them in their outdoor learning, knowing how to light a fire and build survival shelters. The latest session in November, was for the Early Year and Key Stage 1 pupils where they thoroughly managed to get ‘stuck in’ the mud and it is safe to say they enjoyed their outdoor experienced to the full.


Merri Gurnett wrote: “A few steps into Setmurthy Wood we found a muddy puddle. We stomped, squelched and jumped in the squishy and brown mud. After a while we slid into the beck and followed a trail through the water and had to duck under a log!”


At the end of the session, pupils and teachers enjoyed a well-deserved hot chocolate with biscuits!


ISSUE 438 | 23 JANUARY 2020 | 33


childcare for 3 & 4 year olds


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