Today in 2 Red we learned about an inspirational artist who overcame challenges in his life by adapting and learning new skills. The writer and artist Christy Brown, who had cerebral palsy, used his left foot to create his work. We tried this out in class and have decided he must have spent a lot of
We are excited to announce that the children at Hebburn Lakes have been selected to create road safety signs for a new housing development being built in Hebburn. Read the full story on the link below. https://newcastlemagazine.com/slow-your-speed-local-housebuilder-partners-with-hebburn-school-to
This week in our LMTW theme ‘Come fly with me Asia’ we have looked at Chinese traditions, including New Year. We tried some Chinese food, wrote our names in the style of Chinese writing, looked at traditional dress, designing our own and had a race, just like the animals in the Chinese Zodia
We are so proud of the incredible Remembrance art work produced by children across the school. I’m sure you’ll agree that it looks stunning. This work was produced after a request by our local care home. Look out for the article in the Gazette.
Last term, Year 5 had great fun learning about space exploration, the solar system and the planets. We even had a visit from Jim Christenson, a NASA employee, who worked at the Kennedy Space Centre in Florida. We became fantastic designers, when we were challenged with designing a smart watch for a
We started our new Learning Means The World theme, The Arctic and used our Geography skills to find the Arctic and other continents on a map. Then we compared the weather in this part of the world with our weather. Next we experimented with ice in our Science lessons and tried to think of plac