Minecraft Club Week 4

This week the children were challenged to build their own Roman arch, some developed their arches into bridges.

Here are their creations!

 

Science Club

At science club this week Year 3 and 4 have been learning about acids and alkalines. The children had to test different liquids to see if they changed colour. If the liquid changed to red it was an acid, if it went green it was neutral and if it went purple it was an alkaline.

We had a great time playing investigating liquids and are looking forward to next week!

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Computer Games

At computer club, Year 3 and 4 were asked to develop their own computer game.

The children thought carefully about the images and scenery they would need for their game. Some went along the Christmas theme and other chose other topics such as food.

To make their games more fun, they invented their own scoring system so that if their character was to catch some items they would earn points but other items would take points away.

We had a great time playing the finished games.

Year One Art Club

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We had a fantastic time at art club in Year One. We have been learning about Autumn and we got very messy doing our Autumn finger paintings. We then got to draw our own pictures as a group and we had a competition between the girls and boys. Miss Edwards and Mrs Chrisp were the judges and it ended in a 1 – 1 draw. We can’t wait for next week!

Pupils Vs. Adults Netball Game

Thank you to all of our parents who joined us on Tuesday night for our pupils vs. adults netball match. Our year 5 and 6 netball team worked so hard and had great fun playing against their parents and teachers. Thank you to Miss Fyall for organising the event and well done to everyone who took part. A special mention for Mrs Hanratty, who was our star shooter during the teacher vs. parents game, as she helped the teachers to win the game with a final score of 3 – 2!

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Tennis Club

Over the summer months the Sports Development Team are keen to announce a brand new Open junior Tennis activity club.

The 1 hour session will take place at Readhead Park, South Shields every Wednesday evening (including school holidays) from 5pm – 6pm from mid-April to October.

The aim of the club is to learn tennis, improve fitness and develop good technique in a fun, friendly and safe environment.

The weekly cost is £3 and for children aged 6 – 16 years. We can also provide information on local tennis clubs for those seeking further improvement or competition.

For more information please call Simon Simpson on 0191 424 7397 or visit www.southtyneside.gov.uk/sports

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