Using our loan box from parliament we reacreated the House of Commons today in out big debates. 3 children were chosen at random to bring their bill to parliament to be made law. The 3 bills were – get tough on Britain’s prisons, raise the minimum wage and stop motorcyclists overtaking on roads. 2M
3D11FBB8-1928-4BBC-9C0C-B45585C3BC53 Reception have been learning about money and shown an interest in the Royal family and baby Archie. We all became kings and queens for the day and learnt about who Queen Elizabeth is, where she lives and why she is important to our country. We sang our National A
Reception had a workshop today from the RSPB which was all based on outdoors. The children looked for natural objects and then used their different senses to; hear the birds around them, smell natural objects when they were mixed with water and touch/describe objects they had collected. We then help
1G had a fantastic trip to Gibside yesterday and we did not let the rain stop us having fun!! All children were amazed that you could draw a picture without a pencil or paint brush and only use resources from the natural environment – We have some great artists!!! (Article 28)
Today 2M visited very the Apple Store to program a robot. We were challenged to program the robots to draw a square, triangle and follow a route. It was tricky at times but we pushed ourselves and debugged when things went wrong. Two members of the public approached staff to say how well behaved the
Year 5 have been studying The Highwayman poem and on Friday we took the Red-Coat soldiers to court to decide on their fate – guilty or not guilty. We had a great time defending and prosecuting and hearing evidence from all sides. The result – guilty on all charges. Article 28, 29, 31.
Last night our year 5 Basketball team played the final game of the Hoops for Health tournament at Newcastle Eagles Arena. They qualified before the Easter holidays and were drawn against St Peters last night. Finishing an overall joint 3rd place we are very proud of them! Throughout the tournament t
Reception learnt all about British Values and Saint George today. We sang the National Anthem, looked at the difference between the St.George’s flag and the Union Jack, we decorated biscuits to match each flag. We looked at England on a globe and used Google maps! Reception enjoyed making dragons in
Here are some pictures from t sponsored hop on Friday. It was impossible to photograph each child but I am sure you will agree these pictures show the children having lots of fun in the spring sunshine.