This week year 3 have been doing tests.They were working very hard an quietly.The first test they did was maths.The second test they did was spelling test.The third was spag
In year 6 we have been doing Hamlet and world war one. 15 people out 28 are going to Edinburgh we are going to 9 places zoo, the real marry close, smart hotels.
By Wojciech and Jason.
In year four we have been doing lots of maths. We have been learning how to use decimals correctly and how to change fractions into them. We know that 1 whole is the same as 1.0 and that 1 and a half is the same as 1.5.
In PE we have been doing athletics and gymnastics. In gymnastics we have been learning how to roll in different ways. We have also been doing lots of jumps.
In athletics we have been playing games like rounders and tennis.
In the ICT suit we have been doing lots of coding and creating our own games. The main website we go on is Espresso coding.
By Lana, Imogen and Freya
In year four we have been learning about Folktales from different countries around the world. We have read How the tiger got his stripes, The disobedient son, The rabbit and the coyote, the girl in the forest, and the Oohla and the Galah. All of these stories have a moral behind them. Most of them tell us that we need to be kind and polite.
In science we have learning about sound. We have listened to everyday sounds and tried to recognise them. We have also explored the different parts of our ears. Now we know that when we spin round we get dizzy because the liquid in our ears vibrates.
In art we have been exploring Andy Warhol and his famous artwork. He is most famous for his painting of Campbells soup and Marilyn Monroe. We learned that Marilyn was a very sad person even though she was incredibly rich and beautiful. We have
On the 6th July year6 are going to Lightwater valley because every last y6 class’s went to laser quazer and this year it has changed
Year 3 have been starting Greek myths.They have read all the myths
In Year 5 we are doing fractions and are now
Year 3 used the linguascope website for the first time today. We are looking forward to improving our french skills using the site.
Today we tried out some gluten free foods at school. They were very tasty.
The Jarrow/Wearmouth monastery, founded by Benedict Biscop and
home to the great scholar St Bede, was the home of Abbot Ceolfrith and
the birthplace of the Codex Amiatinus.
This fabulous Anglo-Saxon Book which still exists today was produced by
the monks of Jarrow and Wearmouth under the direction of Ceolfrith,
Abbot of the monastery. It is the oldest complete Latin bible in existence
and took several years to produce. Ceolfrith commissioned three copies
to be made, each having over 1,000 pages of Vellum, beautifully written
in Latin calligraphy. It was an ambitious project,