Year Six visited The Word in South Shields for a series of activities revolving around filming some scripts written about World War Two.
The children also had a fascinating session on constructing Lego robots and then using bluetooth to link them to i-pads.
Here are some pictures of what we did.
Congratulations to all of this week’s winners.
Nursery Tom and Eleanor
Year 1 Dakota
Year 2 Lucas
Year 3 Lewis
Year 4 Ellie
Year 5 Elizabeth
Year 6 Reuben
Two scientists from Greenshift education came into school to help Year Six find out more about keeping their heart healthy. Katie and Angela lead the class through a series of activities – they found out that our children knew quite a lot already about how the heart functions and how to keep it healthy.
Congratulations to our TT Rockstars of the Week. These children are ‘rising stars’ who have steadily climbed the charts over the last few months. Who will be in the Hall of Fame next week?
We can’t even begin to describe how proud we are of the Foundation Stage stars for putting on such a professional performance of Frozen for our Christmas production.
Every child was amazing!
Last week, the children in the Foundation Stage enjoyed a fantastic Christmas party.
We played games, ate food and even had a visit from Santa!
PC Wilkinson joined us today to celebrate our Citizenship Award. It was very difficult to choose our nominees as we were looking for children who have good attendance, excellent behaviour and a great attitude at all times.
The nominees from Foundation Stage and Key Stage One were: Ruby, Lilly and Lainee.
The nominees from Key Stage Two were: Gabriel, Alex, Alanya and Tom M.
Our lucky winners for our Citizenship Award 2017 were Lilly and Gabriel!
Well done everyone!
Today, the Nursery Children had a fantastic time at West Boldon Lodge learning all about being an Elf.
We started by making our own Christmas hats before exploring the Candy Cane forest. We searched for made Christmas jigsaws and sang Christmas songs as we toasted marsh mellows by the campfire. Then we went back inside to help deliver Christmas presents and drink some hot chocolate.
However the best part of the day was meeting Santa and finding out if we were on the Nice list.
As always the children were excellent ambassadors for the school.
Did you have a favourite part? Comment below.
Wow! What a fantastic night was had by all at our very first Family Movie Night.
The school was transformed into a railway cinema and the children were greeted by the conductor who stamped their ticket. At the end of the movie we even had a special guest, Santa! He gave all the children a special believe bell.
Thank you to all of the parents and children for coming and helping to raise funds for the school.
Well Done Mrs Elliott and thank you for organising such a successful night!