Cranes! Cranes! Cranes!

Cranes! Cranes! Cranes!

Yesterday our Year 5 children, finally took the cranes they had been working on for such a long time to Beamish Museum to take part in a STEM competition. Windy Nook entered two teams, who showed the scientific, technical and mathematical skills they had used over the...
I Wanna Be Like You!

I Wanna Be Like You!

Yesterday, the whole school had a chance to celebrate Mrs Greaves love of singing by getting together to have a good old singalong to raise funds for her memorial.  Thank you so much for your generous contributions. The children sang so well and had a great time...
Music, Music, Music!

Music, Music, Music!

What a sensational violin concert took place this afternoon, it was a testament to the commitment and hard work put in by all of the children of LKS2. From learning to play a violin and reading music during weekly lessons, remembering a new song or lines to introduce...
Dioramas, Dioramas, Dioramas!

Dioramas, Dioramas, Dioramas!

Last half term in the Bluebells, pupils worked extremely hard learning about the differences between their life and those of the people in an Amazonian tribe; they used an atlas to locate rainforests throughout the world and wrote a fact file about a rainforest...
Learning about refugees in the Bluebells

Learning about refugees in the Bluebells

As part of Refugee Week, Nola Ellen who works closely with refugees herself came into school to discuss their plight. In the Bluebells, family members were invited to learn alongside their children and take part in the activities which helped everyone get a better...
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