July, 2017

  • 19 July

    A Midsummer Night’s Dream

    You can download our production using the button below for a £1 donation.  If you have any problems using this service please contact me and I will be happy to help.  After purchase is complete you can download immediately and you will receive an email.  Please check your junk email just incase! 🙂 Mr Graham

  • 19 July

    Year 1 – Parent Drop-In Morning

    Year 1 parents were invited to school to work with children doing a range of fun activities.  It was lovely to see so many parents attend.  We had fun planting seeds, decorating biscuits, making jewellery, writing wishes for year 2 and writing our end of year journals.  Thank you for coming, love from Year 1.

  • 19 July

    South Shields Trip

    Year 3 On Monday we went to the museum and beach.  Samuel and I saw lots of places we would like to go to.  At the museum we went to the old ages of time where we saw victorian ages and some things they used to entertain people.  At the beach me and Samuel played with the snakes.  The rest …

  • 13 July

    Year 1: Darwin Investigation Walk

    Today we have been walking on our investigation walk as part of our plant science topic.  We found lots of different plants using our magnifying glasses to study the plants close up.  We had a fabulous time! As a treat we were allowed to play in the park for our break time.

  • 9 July

    Year 5 transition at St Bede’s

    Year 5 had a fantastic day on Friday visiting St Bede’s.  They took part in cookery (including washing up), science, maths, mountain biking and archery. Many thanks to Mr Pearson at St Bede’s and also to the Year 7 pupils who were our guides for the day.  

  • 7 July

    Year 3: Outdoor Maths

    We measured sticks with 25cm, 10cm, 50cm and 1m.  We learnt three new words which are perimeter, parallel and perpendicular.  We went in groups and made squares with 1m. (Manisha Y3)

  • 5 July

    Stay Safe with Snapchat

    As part of the latest update to the popular Snapchat app is a feature called ‘Snap Map’.  This feature can track your location unless you disable it.  This means that anyone that you are linked to on snapchat can locate exactly where you are, which building you are in and your exact whereabouts within the building. If you pinch the …

  • 5 July

    ‘Oscars’ for junior road safety champions


June, 2017

  • 29 June

    Saint Peter and Saint Paul

    Following our mass today to celebrate the feast of St Peter and St Paul bible stories club, ran by our year 6 children, followed this up by helping children in KS1 understand the importance of these saints.  The children in KS1 enjoyed colouring pictures and carrying out drama activities.

  • 22 June

    Year 4 Athletics

    Well done to our fantastic Year 4 athletics team today at Easington Primary.  And a fantastic GOLD result for our boys team!  We are so proud of you all.

  • 20 June

    Community Art with NGN

    Northern Gas Networks have started some work in our local area this term.  Alex from NGN has been into school to do an assembly and today she returned with Mick Hand, their community artist, who worked with Year 5 to create individual pieces of art which he will put together into a mural for our school and which will go …

  • 20 June

    Year 1 – Plants

    Year 1 have been learning about the different parts of a plant today and have used their computer time to try out the different activities on ‘Purple Mash’ based around plants and photosynthesis. Year 1 have become competent at logging into their own Chromebook and being able to follow a set of instructions in ‘Purple Mash’.

  • 15 June

    Gymnastics achievement

    We’re always delighted to hear about our pupils doing well in out of school clubs.  This week one of our pupils earned a bronze British Gymnastics membership.  Read her interview with Ella from our Sports Crew below: Ella: How old are you? L: I’m ten Ella: What club do you go to? L: I go to a gymnastics club called …

  • 13 June

    Jake’s audiobook!

    We had an exciting delivery over the weekend.  Jake in Year 5 has written an amazing story, following our work last term with author Adam Bushnell.   Adam was so delighted that Jake had been inspired to write his gruesome, gory and glorious Viking myth, and so impressed with his creativity that he agreed to record it as our very …

  • 12 June

    The Karate Kid

    So delighted to see this on our Twitter feed tonight!  Read our brown belt’s interview with Ella from our Sports Crew below: Ella: How old are you C? C: I’m six years old.   Ella: How long have you been going to your karate class? C: I’ve been going to karate class for three years. Ella: Have you earned any …