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Football-tastic Reading Workshop

Today, Tulips took part in a challenge all about reading and football. We met staff from Gateshead Libraries, who told us more about Russia and the upcoming World Cup. We took part in competitions split into two teams, and completed a series of challenges. At the end,...

World Book Day in Mrs Hocking’s Class

Well done to everyone who came to school dressed up. A HUGE thanks to all of your parents and carers in helping us to achieve this. We were surrounded by Harry Potters, Cruella, Witches and much more! We still managed to produce some amazing writing whilst in...

World Book Day (better late than never!)

A huge thank you to everyone for getting dressed as story book characters to make our delayed World book Day a huge success. Staff from WHSmiths came into school with the 10 World Book Day books and they had brought enough copies for every child to choose 2 books! A...

World Book Day in the Ladybirds

For World Book Day the children in the Ladybirds class came in wearing their pyjamas, dressing gowns and slippers, carrying with them their favourite bed time story. This has been a day that the children have been very excited for and have been counting down the days...

World Book Day

We are going to hold our school World Book Day on Monday 5th March. The book fayre is being extended into the middle of next week and WHSmith will be in school also on that day for the children to be able to choose a special World Book Day book. So, better late than...

Nightingales – Snow Day homework

I hope you're having fun in the snow making snowmen. When you're ready for a break from the cold here's some activities to keep you busy! Maths- Practise the 5 times table so that you can answer quick fire questions such as 6 times 5 and 30 divided by 5. Perhaps you...

Enhancing our reading

Owls have loved reading Whatever Next this week. They especially enjoyed ordering the text onto a story...

Always Complaining!

As part of a week's work on writing formal letters, Year 6 engaged in some role-playing activities which were based around lodging a complaint about inadequate customer service. Their task was to use formal language when detailing their experiences. Acting out...

Ladybirds are Reading

This week in Literacy the children have been reading their books or word cards to an adult in the cosy reading corner. It has been brilliant to see the progress they have all made since starting Reception, so a big well done goes to all the children for working so...

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