March, 2019

  • 12 March

    Year 3 Egyptian Homework

    Well done Year 3. During the holidays, you were given the task of researching Ancient Egypt. I am so proud of the homework you completed. We had work that could go on display and lots of good homework in books. We even had Power Points which were shared with the class as part of our history lesson.  I think we …

  • 8 March

    Moon Buggy Creations!

    Year 5 had a great time at St Bede’s today. They began designing and making their ‘moon buggies’. Today’s task was to build the chassis and everyone did a great job. In a fortnight they’ll complete their models so watch out for more photos. Thanks to Mr Jenson, Mr Campbell and Mr Pearson.

  • 8 March

    Reception – Library Visit

    We had lots of fun yesterday on World Book Day. We came to school dressed as our favourite book character. We also visited the local library where we listened to stories. We were then given the chance to chose our own book to take home. When we took our book to the counter the lady let us stamp the date …

  • 7 March

    Year 2 – World Book Day

    We have enjoyed celebrating World Book Day. We all came to school dressed as characters from some of our favourite stories. We shared our favourite books and Mrs. Wilkinson read some of them to us. In the morning, we designed and made our own board games related to a story that we know well. We then enjoyed playing our board …

  • 7 March

    Geography Investigation Day

    Today Mrs Groark took a group of ten year 5 children to County Hall to take part in a Geography investigation day.  We were one of eight schools in the county to take part in this day.  The children had a fantastic time investigating countries around Europe taking part in Spanish Flamenco Dancing, Storytelling, French art – matisse paper cuts …

  • 6 March

    Hoopstars

    10 children from Year 2 took part in Hoopstars.  They learnt new skills and tricks to do with a hula hoop.  

  • 1 March

    Science – Making Catapults!

    Today we built catapult with lollipop sticks and ribber bands.  We had lots of fun making them and we have enjoyed it. I learned that the bigger the plasticine ball was the smaller the distance it travelled.  Also the amount of force counts too. I’ve learnt lots today and didn’t know science was this fun. We are hoping to finish …

February, 2019

January, 2019