November, 2018

  • 15 November

    Year 3 Drama

    On Wednesday, Year 3 performed some simple drama based on a book. As we are reading Stone Age Boy we based our drama on this. We started by imagining how the boy felt as he enters the cave. As our ‘Stone Age Boy’ walked through the cave of hands, each child had to say what Stone Age Boy might be …

  • 15 November

    Year 3 Trip

    We have had a lovely day today visiting the Synagogue and The Hancock Museum. Deanna and Kim were so welcoming and were very impressed with our knowledge of Judaism. The Synagogue was very interesting and it was lovely to visit another place of worship and learn even more. Deanna commented on the excellent behaviour of the children so well done …

  • 9 November

    Year 3 Nocturnal Animals Projects

    Wow! What fantastic homework from Year 3. Children have worked so hard on their projects and have produced some fantastic work. I am very proud of them. Well done.  

  • 9 November

    Year 3 DT

    This term our DT topic is ‘Be A Baker!’ We have started our topic by tasting a variety of breads and describing the selection of breads tasted using sensory vocabulary. As we progress through the topic we are hoping to make our own variety of breads. You never know! We might even invent a new bread.

  • 9 November

    Year 3 Art

    Stone Age Jewellery. Today we have made some Stone Age Jewellery using clay. In Stone Age times, people would have made jewellery from animal bones and teeth.

  • 8 November

    Halloween Disco

    We had lots of fun at our Halloween disco.

  • 8 November

    Baptism

    We took our doll Mary to be Baptised in church. Father Hastie explained the importance of wearing white, the water, the oil and the candle.

  • 6 November

    Bowes Museum – Who was Napoleon Bonaparte I?

    We attended an amazing workshop at Bowes Museum to learn about Napoleon Bonaparte I. We did some drama and art work as we pieced together the rise and fall of this key historical figure. 

  • 6 November

    Safety Carousel

    Year 6 visited the Safety Carousel where we were provided with useful safety advice in a fun and memorable way.

  • 6 November

    Halloween Disco

    Great costumes Year 6! You looked truly terrifying! We had fun playing games and dancing. Isla won best costume for her homemade monster mask! Well don!    

  • 6 November

    Fire Safety

    We had a visit from the fire service who gave us very useful information about how to stay safe around Bonfire night. We even had a look a the fire engine and we were shown what different compartments and equipment were used for.  

  • 6 November

    A visit from Father Hastie

    Father Hastie visited class 6 to talk about his ordination. He brought his vestment and a picture book. We enjoyed hearing his stories about working with the Bishop and going to say Mass with the Pope in the Vatican. Some children from Year 5 were in our class, Byron acted out being a Priest during his ordination.  

  • 6 November

    Poppy morning

    Thank you to all family members who attended our poppy making morning.

  • 6 November

    D.L.I

    Year 6 enjoyed a visit from the D.L.I who gave valuable information about WW1 to support our learning in cla ss.

  • 1 November

    A night at the Sport Awards

    Isaac and Sam enjoyed a night at the Sports Partnership Sport Awards. They even met a real Olympian, Chris Heap. Our school was awarded the Gold award for Leadership.

  • 1 November

    Fun with Hoopstars

    Year 6 had great fun getting fit with hoopstars. We learnt lots of new cool tricks. If you see us on the yard, just ask us and we will show you!

October, 2018

  • 19 October

    Gardening Club this week

    In Garden Club this week we have planted some garlic and winter onions ready to harvest in the spring time.  

  • 16 October

    Year 3 Art

    This half term we have had a fantastic time doing Art. We have created our own portraits in the style of Julene Opie and used charcoal to draw our own owls using light and shade.  We took inspiration from our Science topic to make pipe cleaner bodies moving in different ways. Finally, we made poppies using tissue paper, card and …

  • 15 October

    Asda came to visit

    On ‘v’ day, Terry Gee from Asda came in his van. He brought a selection of fruits for us to try. Some of the children tried fruits they have never tried before and really enjoyed it. We talked about how and why fruit is good for you.

  • 5 October

    Tea Bags!

    Thank you for your fantastic response to our tea bag appeal.  Mrs Groark will be sending the tea bags to South Africa.  We have collected 4 shoe box fulls and last day for dropping them off will be 19th October.