September, 2019

  • 16 September

    Year 2 – Recycle with Michael

    Year 2 have been learning all about recycling and why it is important to recycle. We watched a short video all about ‘The Salvation Army’ and talked about ‘Recycle with Michael’’. Lots of the children have brought in their old clothes and shoes to donate to The Salvation Army as part of the Recycle with Michael scheme. They enjoyed a …

  • 16 September

    Year 2 – Roald Dahl

    Year 2 enjoyed celebrating Roald Dahl’s birthday. We looked fantastic dressed as our favourite Roald Dahl characters. We learnt all about capacity and enjoyed measuring out our own marvellous medicines just like George. We also enjoyed comparing the traditional tale of Little Red Riding Hood to Roald Dahl’s version, Little Red Riding Hood and the wolf from his revolting rhymes.

  • 13 September

    Fun Friday Maths!

    Year 5 have enjoyed their Fun Friday Maths today – using number lines to delve deeper into rounding and solving a tricky puzzle with some pentominoes.  They showed great resilience.

  • 13 September

    Year 1 – Art

    Year 1 are going to be looking at some still life in art this half term with Mrs Parlett. They began by looking at the work of Paul Cezanne and using chalk pastels to sketch fruit and look at how different colours blend together.

  • 13 September

    Year 5 – Heritage Walk

    Year 5 enjoyed their heritage walk on Friday, learning about some of the buildings we can still find from the past and how and why the Londonderry family developed the harbour and coal mines.

  • 13 September

    Mr Charlton – Resources for Students

    Mr Charlton has created his own youtube channel to help children in school learn guitar and practise their chords each week.  Mr Charlton would also like to encourage his students to practise at least 5-10 minutes a day ready for the next lesson. Click here to access his youtube channel.

  • 9 September

    Flu Immunisation

  • 6 September

    Year 2 – Heritage Walk

    In our art and history topics this term we are going to be looking buildings and monuments in our local area. We visited ur local cenotaph and we enjoyed sketching parts of the cenotaph. On our way back to school we had a visit to the park as a special treat. We all had such a lovely afternoon.

  • 3 September

    Year 5 Sketchbooks

    Year 5 spent some time this afternoon sketching examples from the wonderful book The Lost Words in the style of Jackie Morris. We have some real talent in our class!

July, 2019

  • 18 July

    Year 5/6 Performance 2019

    Year 5 & 6 you were simply wonderful this week. We are so proud of you all. What an amazing way to end our school year. Our life will definitely suck without you Y6. 😢 🌟 🌟 Both Monday and Wednesday performances can be found below. Enjoy! Monday Night Performance – Click Here! Wednesday Night Performance – Click Here! Videos …

  • 8 July

    Sandcastle Competition

    On Friday, Reception class went to South Shields beach with their buddies to take part in our yearly sandcastle competition. We all had a lovely day and the children worked so well together. After the competition the children had the chance to play and have fun on the beach.

June, 2019

  • 19 June

    Year 5 – Seaham Grange Farm

    Did you know we rely on a farmer every five minutes throughout our lives? Do you know which crops are grown just along the road from our school and what they are used to make? Well, Year 5 do! We had a brilliant afternoon at Seaham Grange Farm learning all about crops grown in our local area and what products …

  • 13 June

    Netball Success!

    On Tuesday we went to a netball competition in peterlee at Dene School.  We played Easington Colliery and Ribbon School who were all very good.  We played as a team really well and won with an overall score of 15 points.  We had to keep swapping positions so we could all have a game without anyone being left out. Every …

  • 13 June

    Skipping School 2019

    Gail from skipping school came in as part of our active week this week. She worked with all classes and trained some of our KS2 children to be playground leaders. Our skills are absolutely amazing!