Year 5/6Mrs Edge, Mrs Robinson and Mrs McGrath.
We've always taken great pride in helping to improve our community. This week we had the opportunity to help make a difference by planting up the grounds of St. Alban's Church. We look forward to watching our tiny plants grow and bloom in the coming weeks. [gallery...read more
We've been studying WW1 poetry for some time, learning about similes and metaphors through Wilfred Owen's 'Dulce et Decorum Est' and propaganda through Pope's 'The Call'. Every year the story takes a more personal turn as we explore the role John Ramsay Robertson...read more
Massive thanks to Pizza Express for hosting our Year 5/6 class for the first time - and what a time we had! As well as learning about food miles, origins of ingredients and how to make a pizza, we all got to make our own pizza and take it back to school to enjoy.read more
Year 5/6 grew green fingers to help plant some bulbs at our local church. Great job everyone - we can't wait to go back in spring and see the flowers of our labour! Can you share any top tips to plant bulbs successfully?read more
As part of our Ancient Greek topic this term Year 5/6 researched local buildings to see which had been inspired by Ancient Greek style architecture. We then visited Grey Street in Newcastle, took photographs and sketched some of the Doric, Ionic and Corinthian columns...read more
Last week, Year 5 and 6 visited the Hancock Museum to search for Ancient Greek Artifacts and find out how they have helped historians learn about the Ancient Greeks. The children worked well, with a partner, to complete the scavenger hunt and used clues to decide what...read more