Events and Visits

Year 3 Visit to the Great North Museum

Last week as part of our Egyptian topic year 3 and 4 visited the Hancock museum. We saw a real Mummy and took a journey into the afterlife.  We were able to use our knowledge of hieroglyphics to translate a message from the death story. It was a great end to our...

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A Night at the Theatre!

The Yr6 Bookclub children had a fabulous night at the Little Theatre, watching the production of Frankenstein. “Very atmospheric,” said Caitlin – “I loved the music,”announced Milly.

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YR6 Bookclub Children Visit the Little Theatre.

On Thursday 7th December, the children from our YR6 Bookclub visited the Little Theatre, to speak to the director of of the play Frankenstein. Having already read the book, a visit to see the stage, costumes and props, as well as speaking to the director, will hopefully prove invaluable when it comes to writing a piece of work relating to the book. Watch out for this.

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Little Theatre Visit

YR6 recently visited the Little Theatre, Gateshead, as part of their English Curriculum to study the life of a soldier during WW1, to look at the costumes and props, providing a stimulus for their own poems about WW1.

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Our visit to Tesco Gateshead

Year 3/4 recently went on a visit to Tesco in Gateshead to take part in the 'Farm to Fork' trail and to learn about food miles.. What are food miles? We found out that food miles are the distances that our food has travelled from different countries in the world to...

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Year 2 visit to Gibside

Year 2 had a fantastic time exploring Gibside. In addition to having lots of fun we thought about how the environment changes during Autumn and enjoyed collecting objects which might inspire us when writing our autumn themed poems!

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Magna Carta

We enjoyed our introduction to Magna Carta and the birth of British law so much, that we decided to visit the real document in its home at Durham Cathedral. We toured the building, thrilled the curators with our knowledge and enjoyed lunch in the Monk's Garden. Once...

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Working together with the NSPCC

Today we had the company of our friends from the NSPCC. Having joined us earlier in the week for some informative assemblies, today we worked together in classrooms. We explored our rights, our welfare and how we seek help if we need this. We were also joined by our...

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