As part of our Food DT topic, we are looking at healthy eating and ‘dips’. On Friday, the children tasted lots of different dips and rated them by their appearance, smell, taste and texture.
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We had ‘That History Bloke’ in last Monday doing an Ancient Greeks workshop.
Y3 enjoyed sprinting, long jumping, howler throwing and a 400m run in a brilliant Athletics Festival at Monkton Stadium. It was wonderful having the whole class participating and great to see the children achieving lots of determined, personal best performances! I was very proud of how you trained and performed at this fantastic venue- well […]
Following a routine inspection today (18th June) our kitchen has maintained a 5 star rating! Even though Lisa has only been in place for a short while, she’s put a lot of procedures and paperwork together as well as ensuring cleanliness.
In Y3 children have been making papyrus – a type of paper that was first made in Ancient Egypt for writing. The children then decorated their papyrus using oil pastels to produce colourful images of famous Egyptian Gods. The children had a great time and discovered how intelligent the Ancient Egyptians were as they traded […]
The children in Y3 enjoyed an inspirational visit from ‘That History Bloke’, who taught the children about the role of a Pharaoh, the amazing pyramids and the process of mummification. Everyone enjoyed writing in beautiful hieroglyphics and playing some exciting Egyptian games!
It was wonderful to see children in Years 1-6 enjoying playing cricket together today. Coaches from Durham CCC and South Shields CC led the event, in which it was great to see plenty of smiles as children batted, bowled and practised their catching.
Our Year 5 children have been taking part in our ‘Skip into Summer’ challenge.
It has been wonderful to see different classes from throughout the school getting involved with our Skip into Summer Project! Every week children are having fun and learning different skipping skills with their friends.
The children have been enjoying some yummy school dinners, cooked by our catering team. Meet the Team Miss L. Smith – Cook Mrs L. Revill Miss J. O’Neil Mrs Y. Scaife
Nothing from 20 Jun to 20 Dec.