Our Upper Key Stage Two Girls continued their unbeaten run in this year’s Primary School Girls’ Football League at Hebburn Comprehensive on Wednesday afternoon.
Up first was Bede Burn Primary and an evenly-matched game eventually ended in a 1-1 draw.
Next, we played St Oswald’s Hebburn and our girls re-discovered their winning ways with a 3-1 victory.
Well done girls and thanks too to Mrs Richardson for her support with the team.
The next round of games will be played on Wednesday 6th April.
Huge congratulations to our Upper Key Stage Two Boys’ Football Team, who played superbly again in their latest league fixtures, winning both games impressively.
It seems certain that once the league table has been updated, Hebburn Lakes (just like their female counterparts!) will sit proudly at the top!
Well done everyone and special thanks to Mrs Jennings for her support with the team.
As part of our current Learning Means the World theme, Athens v Sparta, we have been learning about ancient Greek pottery; the stories that the images on the pots told and the different shapes.
We then designed our own pots to include images of imports events in our lives, such as the birth of a sibling, a favourite holiday, our closest friends…
Our pots are made from clay and are carefully painted in traditional Greek pottery colours.
We had a great day in 4 Blue’s classroom yesterday for a ‘Harry Potter’ inspired day. The children thoroughly enjoyed their day and embraced the experience. They began their day by taking part in a Harry Potter quiz, followed by a game of quidditch before break. After break, the children demonstrated their art skills by sketching Dobby followed by wand making. After lunch in ‘The Great Hall,’ the children made traditional ‘Butter beverages’ and met our surprise visitors, the owls.
The children creatively flew on a makeshift broomstick to play a tournament and scored lots of goals, whilst also trying to catch the Golden Snitch to win the game! This wasn’t an easy task as they had to avoid the bludgers.
The children were very inquisitive about the owls, they were asking questions, found out lots of interesting facts and an amazing amount of information about them. The children thoroughly enjoyed listening and watching Chester and Willow, our visiting owls, especially when one of them had an accident on the floor!
After the Sorting Hat decided which house the children belonged to, the children had an amazing day at Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry. Across the day we completed a range of fabulous activities including drawing Dobbie, Butter Beer making and using our wands to cast magical spells. Their costumes were spellbinding and the excitement of the day was enjoyed by everyone.
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