Please click on the link to read about our amazing yoga day.
Safer Internet Day is a global campaign to promote the safe and responsible use of technology to help create a better internet. The year’s theme is ‘Inspiring change? Making a difference, managing influence and navigating change online’.
Using the internet safely and positively is a key message that we promote at Hebburn Lakes Primary School and celebrating Safer Internet Day is a great opportunity for us to re-emphasise the online safety messages we deliver throughout the year.
Our Computing Lead, Miss Begum led an assembly to promote online safety and why it is important. Later on in the week, we will be getting involved with activities aimed at helping us to understand how to keep safe online and how to make the internet better.
See attached the latest from our School Council! They have been very busy and have lots to get organised.
We have just finished our current theme- May The Force Be With You. We have been learning all about forces. We have been learning about pushes, pulls, gravity and magnetism. We even created our own maths fishing game using magnets and paper clips. We searched for magnetic and non- magnetic metals and recorded our findings on Venn diagrams. We also designed and made our own moving vehicle to investigate which surface would slow them down. It if safe to say we have all really enjoyed learning all about forces.
Year 2 are currently enjoying weekly music sessions with Mr Olatungi.
So far they’ve concentrated on the timing of beats, challenging themselves with beats and rest and have now moved on to rhythm.
We’ve also practice these skills in our PE theme, dancing like water.
Each team showed outstanding communication and teamwork in creating water-like moves to perform in unison then in cannon.
Just a little reminder that if one of your children or a child that you care for has received an Autism diagnosis, then you can contact the EarlyBird Team and enroll onto a really informative and supportive course to help you understand more about Autism and get lots of tips and ideas from the course providers and other parents and carers.
Please see the attached flyer for the up and coming Information Meeting dates (in green) and just pop along as there is no need to book a place.