The RNLI visit Y6

Today we had the privilege of meeting a member of the RNLI who spoke to us about the importance of their role and how we can help ourselves stay safe […]

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South Yorkshire Fire and Rescue visit Y3

This morning we have been very lucky to have a visit from our local fire officers. This has helped support our learning about the rainforest, as we asked questions about […]

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The Question Matrix

This morning in Y3J during guided reading, we looked at how we could deepen our understanding and thinking of the text by using the Question Matrix. The lower down the […]

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Footballing success

A huge well done to our Y4 Football team who won their tournament this Monday. Both teams showed great sportsmanship and represented the school amazingly throughout the whole tournament. Well […]

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Music concert

Today we were privileged to have the music service demonstrate all the different instruments that we have the opportunity to play. Hopefully lots of children found it inspiring and can’t […]

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Nemesis project in Y3J

This morning we looked at some of the issues happening right now with deforestation. We discussed the positives and the negatives. We also recognised that animals in our local area […]

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A moment of reflection

After watching the adventures of our friends in Northumberland. Y6 have had a moment of reflection this afternoon. The pupils found a stone and thought of something or someone important […]

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Using our creativity in Y3S

This week we have been learning and understanding the functions of different parts of a plant. The children then added their own flair to their plant.

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Y6 Visit St Cuthbert’s Church

We had a fantastic morning exploring St Cuthbert’s church. We discovered what the different parts of the church are used for and even got to hear the organ. Thank you […]

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And the rock represents…

While on the bay at Holy Island, the children selected a rock/pebble that represented something that meant something special to them. Many children remembered loved ones, shared philosophies about life […]

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St Cuthbert’s beads

Everyone was eager to search for the famous St Cuthbert’s beads. Originally a sea plant called a Crinoid, these fossils are only found on this beach in the whole world. […]

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Inside the priory and church

Being so close to the history of St Cuthbert has certainly been remarkable. It was understandable why he loved to pray and spend time with the wildlife out here on […]

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