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999 whats your emergency?

Owls were very lucky to have visitors talk to them about the 999 emergency service.  The visitors explained when we should call them and what information the children need to give the call handler.  As a treat they were allowed to wear their jackets and their headsets...

999 visitors

We had a visit from three emergency call operators this afternoon. They explained to us how important it is to be able to learn our full address so that we can pass it on to them during an emergency 999 call. I wonder who can learn theirs over the weekend and tell...

The Great Fire of London

During our history lesson this week about The Great Fire of London, we acted out some of the scenes at Pudding Lane by creating sound...

UKS2 visit to Cragside

On Thursday, Years 5 and 6 put on their walking shoes and raincoats and visited Cragside. Our day was full of different activities and involved exploring lots of areas across the site. In groups, we saw how the house was powered, paroused the many rooms of the house...

Snap!

We played Snap using cards with this week’s spelling words...

999, What’s your emergency?

Nightingales have had 3 visitors in today to help to keep us safe. The visitors were from the North East Ambulance Service and they played interactive games with the children to help them to decide in which situations they might need to dial 999. They also tole the...

The Little Red Hen

Children in Reception have loved the story about the Little Red Hen who makes her own bread from wheat, she asks for help from the other farm animals but they are all too busy, it was a great topic to talk about helping others and working hard to achieve something. We...

Fire!Fire!Fire!

This week in our topic lessons of The Great Fire of London the children create a sound scape of the sounds that could be heard during the fire.  The worked fantastic in groups creating some great...

Perfect Partitioning

Year 2 have been partitioning numbers in different ways. We know that 30 + 7 = 20 + 17 = 10 +...

Roman research and note taking

As part of their homework, children have been carrying out research about the Romans to aid them in writing a a non-chronological report. Today, we read a paragraph of text about Roman Gods and learned how to take notes from it.  Next time, children will be taking...

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