Who would have thought that hula hooping would be so much fun?
Year 6 visited Jubilee Park for the day to celebrate their hard work and the completion of their SATs. At the Park the children enjoyed play different games throughout the day.
Please find our Spring Term newsletter below.
Apologies in advance if you’re squeamish! Year 6 have been dissecting pig’s hearts. This is part of our Science topic. They were trying to identify the parts they knew.
The children visited ‘Beamish’ to broaden their knowledge about the past in North East England during the Victorian period. A highlight of the day was our visit to the Frosty Fair which included, a glide on the ice rink, a delicious hot chocolate and a go on the fairground side shows including hoopla, roll-a-ball and ball-la where children won lot prizes.
Article 19: All children have the right to be protected from being hurt.
The Year 6 children attended a Safety Carousel event held at The Workplace (Newton Aycliffe). The children had the chance to meet the Fire Service, Police Service and many others. The event helped raise awareness regarding safety with young people. It was a really interesting day and one which I am certain the children really enjoyed.
Spennymoor Boxing Academy
Year 6 enjoyed their session at Spennymoor Boxing Academy. We got incredibly hot and sweaty but it was great fun!
Northumbria University Visit
Year 6 children learned a great deal from our visit and this has inspired us for our future achievements.
Year 6 have really enjoyed getting to grips with the basics of Taekwondo this half term – we’re excited to be continuing our lesson until Christmas.
Year 6 enjoyed our Judo taster session with Destination Judo.
Relaxed kids encourages children to share experiences, build self-esteem, confidence, build stronger relationships between children, families and the local community.
Through relaxation and self-esteem exercises, we encourage children to see their strengths, look after themselves, develop their confidence and positivity as well show respect to themselves and others.
Archived Class Work
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