January, 2019

December, 2018

  • 10 December

    Gymnastics 2018

  • 6 December

    Year 6 International Blog

    Since early November year 6 have been learning about Hungary and their culture and traditions with the help of their new friend in a school in Jászberény. We have been keeping a blog of our journey. This project will be running until February so we will keep you updated! CLICK HERE TO GO TO OUR INTERNATIONAL BLOG.

  • 6 December

    Circuits with Miss Smith

    Miss Smith has been teaching Y6 all about circuits. We all thought she was crazy when she started showing us circuits using potatoes but she was correct! It was really cool!

  • 6 December

    Maths Booster

    Maths Boosters this half term have been a real success! Our university students, Miss Smith and Miss Smith have worked relentlessly to help the children learn their times tables as they appear in almost everything that we do.

  • 6 December

    Heritage Walk

    Year 6 enjoyed their walk to the sea front to see the WW1 memorial tributes. We took our own clay poppies to place on the cenotaph and said some prayers, remembering exactly why we were there. A wonderful way to round off our WW1 topic.  

  • 5 December

    East Durham Trust Food Bank

    Thank you for your ongoing generous donations for our East Durham Trust Food Bank.

November, 2018

  • 23 November

    Anti Bullying 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.