Happy Red Nose Day!

It was Red Nose Day 2019 on Friday 15th March. Here are some snapshots of some of us donning our new red noses bought to support those in need both here in the UK and worldwide.

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COCO returns

Today we welcomed back Oswin from Coco to our school accompanied by Steph, who is new to the now very familiar charity. They had come to thank us for our continued support of their charity and particularly to inform us about what our last contribution has helped pay...

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Year One on World Book Day

Year One had such fun on World Book Day - writing poems on a pirate theme, sharing books with each other and listening to stories read to them by their friends in Year Three. Their Mystery Read was Mrs Rutherford, who read them the last story of the day. After...

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Ship’s Biscuits

I would imagine that the pirates of days gone by would have gladly swapped their weevil-infested ship's biscuits (or 'hard tack' as they were rather ominously called) for one of these tasty cookies baked by Mrs Hopper and her team for our special pirate-themed World...

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World Book Day in Nursery

This week we celebrated World Book Day with a pirate theme. We have made our own pirate ship outside and have made treasure maps to find our buried treasure! We have also been learning some pirate songs and played some pirate games in the hall. On Thursday we came in...

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Seascapes by Year One

Year One have been creating seascapes in their art lessons this week. They have used a great deal of techniques from colour washing, creating patterns with precise brush strokes to making effects with paper tearing. Elements they created were all combined in collage....

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Nurse Wendy Visits Year One

Year One enjoyed a really interesting visit from Nursery Nurse Wendy and Nurse Ashley on Friday 1st of March. Both people work at the Queen Elizabeth Hospital in Gateshead. Nurse Wendy told all about what might happen if we had to pay a visit to hospital. At first,...

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