Year 6 Visit Robin Hood’s Bay

What a wonderful day at Robin Hood’s Bay! Our children who have not been able to go to Northumberland have enjoyed a day at the coast. As well as exploring […]

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Y6 Visit Rotherham Minster

What a wonderful walk to Rotherham Minster to support our geography and history work, as well learning more about a Religious building. The children asked very interesting questions, all of […]

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Y5 programming – Scratch

Earlier this week, year 5 investigated the Viking attacks on Lindisfarne in History and used drama to reenact the scenes. Today, we applied our understanding of this historical learning to […]

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Y3 explore Queen Victoria’s Family

This afternoon our Y3 children have been looking at the Royal line of succession. We had to find out how Queen Elizabeth is related to Queen Victoria!

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Y4 journey of The Black Death

In Year 4 we have looked at where the plague started, its journey and how far it travelled across the world using maps. Take a look at our learning using […]

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Y3 Victorian Day

Our Y3 children have had a wonderful day being immersed in their new topic. We have taken part in a Victorian Classroom, done sewing and gardening. In the afternoon we […]

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Live maths lesson all the way from Beamish

Today the Y6 children joined a live maths lesson from the Beamish cobbles. We took a step back into the 1940s to calculate maths problems linked to money, temperature, shape […]

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Y5 perform their raps about Henry VIII’s wives 🤴🏼🎤🎵

Y5 were set a mission to write their own lyrics to remember the key information about Henry VIII’s 6 wives. The children then performed their lyrics in the style of […]

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Y5 School Bubble teach the Y5 children at home how to dance like a Tudor 👑

Today, the Y5’s at home took part in a very special lesson lead by our Year 5 Bubble in school. The Y5’s in school have been working hard on their […]

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Y5 Tudor Dancing 🤴🏼 🎶

Today, Y5 learnt some basic Tudor steps. First, we learnt about about the background of Tudor dancing and we practised how to hold the correct posture. We then put together […]

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Y6 – Captain Cook Biographies

Over the past two weeks, Year 6 have been writing biographies on Captain Cook after conducting independent research on his life. They have worked really hard to ensure their writing […]

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Y4A medieval day

Today in year 4 we have had a medieval day where we have done some medieval art, made flying paper arrows, trained to be a knight and build castles. Such […]

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Y6St – Home Learning

I am extremely proud of all of 6St for the incredible effort and resilience they have shown towards their home learning over the past two weeks. Every day they have […]

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Y6Sn visit Clifton Park memorial

Today Y6Sn walked to our local memorial at Clifton Park. It was quite emotional looking at all the names of the people who lost their lives to save ours. Many […]

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Remembering our Local Heroes

Year 6M walked to the war memorial in Clifton Park this afternoon to support our work in our topic. The maturity shown by the children was incredible and they showed […]

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Y6Sn-WW2 Evacuation Broadcast

As part of our literacy learning, we have developed our oracy skills by creating a formal evacuation broadcast in the style of WW2. We have explored how to use formal […]

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