Family Memories of Conflict

Family Memories of Conflict

Windy Nook’s military past came to light when the children shared precious family memories. Moving photographs of the First World War included: rare Soldiers Small Books with enlistment and family details, a battlefield grave 1917 and the rebuilding of the...
WW1 App-Smashed!

WW1 App-Smashed!

A fantastic morning of “app-smashing” (combining use of multiple iPad apps to create a single digital output) led by today’s project visitor, Mr Bailey. The children sped through an amazing selection of 8 apps to create; word/tag clouds from...
Edwardian Windy Nook

Edwardian Windy Nook

We spent this afternoon in Edwardian Windy Nook visiting families in Cooperative Crescent and Cooperative Terrace. Well, we would have done if we had a time machine – so we did the next best thing and studied the 1911 census for these streets. What a place Windy Nook...
1st Northern General Hospital Visit

1st Northern General Hospital Visit

On a wonderfully fine day we visited 1st Northern General Hospital – aka Newcastle University. Working with the Philip Robinson Library Education Outreach Team (Sara and Gillian), Y6 had a busy morning. The session was split between two activities: a tour of buildings...
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