Wow! W all had a fantastic day at Jarrow Hall. The visit really brought our Anglo Saxon topic to life!
We have had a very busy few weeks in Year 5, venturing out on many trips! This week, both Submarines and Galleons have been to visit Live Tales theatre where they took place in a writing workshop, becoming authors for the day. As always, the children were absolutely fantastic and were so engaged with the… More
Last week in Reception we celebrated the Hindu festival of Diwali. We learnt a lot about Diwali through a range of different activities: The word Diwali means ‘Rows of lighted lamps’ and the celebration is also known as ‘The festival of light’ so we practised our cutting skills and made our own paper lanterns, decorating… More
We were given a range of scenarios to create freeze frames and a small role play as part of anti-bullying week. We have watched videos and had a variety of discussions around the topic. We know that bullying is several times on purpose (STOP) and… More
This week we have been discovering a historic event which happened in 1666. This exciting new topic has really engaged the children and we are learning to retell the story using specific vocabulary. So far we have been introduced to these words and their meanings: bakery, escape, afraid and flames. Ask your children to… More
On Thursday, half of the year group, who didn’t go in year one, got the chance to go to Blyth Sports Centre to take part in a Multi-Skills event. We had an incredible time and throughout the afternoon adults from the Blyth and Bedlington School Sports Partnership commented on our excellent behaviour. The focus of… More
On Friday 26th October we took part in a whole school peer reading session just before the end of the day. We were partnered with an older child in either Year 5 or Year 6 and we shared stories with them. They read to us while we listened, then we enjoyed talking to each other… More
Year 1 had the most wonderful day at Beamish on Wednesday. The sun was shining and the children were impeccably well behaved, making us very proud of them indeed! We had the opportunity to visit the school and take part in a Victorian lesson with a very strict teacher who showed us what it… More