Yesterday, Year 1 went up to the local church to learn all about baptism. The children practised baptising a sheep which the children named Jake Archie Fluffy. The children loved it when Miss Gilderoy practised baptising Father Barry (Article 28).
Today, 1G visited the Thought Foundation in Birtley to complete creative and artistic activities based around our Spring topic, playgrounds. All children completed three different activities using a variety of materials including chalk, charcoals and drama work. The children’s work will be display
Last term we visited the Shipley Art Gallery to look at the different use of textiles. The children were given a brief introduction of how to ‘proggy’ and then in school we continued to develop the skill. I was so impressed with their efforts I contacted the gallery. As a result they came out and
Do you ever feel like you might be ‘fumbling through phonics’ with your children? Do you hear words which your children are using and saying but you are not sure what they mean? Don’t worry we have the answer! This half term we would like to invite Reception parents, carers and grandparents to a ses
This afternoon the whole school walked along to St. Mary’s church for our annual Christmas Carol service. We heard children read and we all sang carols. If you would like to watch the service check out the link on Front Streets Facebook page. Merry Christmas!
Wow what a fantastic movie night we had watching ‘The Polar Express’. We were so cozy in our pj’s and enjoyed our hot dogs and delicious hot chocolate. We all believed in the true spirit of Christmas when a special visitor turned up…Father Christmas himself! spirit of Christmas when we had