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  • Sports club for half term 2

    Published 19/10/17

    We have sent a letter home tonight about sports clubs for after half term,

     

    Places are allocated on a first come basis.

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  • KS1 - Leopard's Drum

    Published 19/10/17

    In KS1 we have been reading the text Leopard's drum. Some of us have learnt a text map for the story and have been busy acting it out. We have painted some of the characters in the text and have been busy thinking about writing our own stories about an African animal. Take a look at what we have been doing!!
     
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  • Weekly Attendance 13.10.17

    Published 13/10/17

    Well done Chatsworth and Fountains for winning this weeks attendance.

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  • Bamburgh - Day 4 - 12.10.17

    Published 13/10/17

    After much anticipation, the children finally were able to discover the hidden secrets of Bamburgh Castle.  The magical history of the castle was brought to life through the many legends which were told.  After lunch in the dunes, the memories of Bamburgh were captured - there was silence as the children recorded this moment in time.  Grace Darling awaited back in the village and the children rein acted the famous rescue from Harcar Rock. 

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  • Bamburgh - Day 3 11.10.17

    Published 12/10/17

    Time travel was the order of the day as the children travelled back 150 years to the Victorian age.  Cragside mansion was the first house in the world to be powered by hydro electricity and the children were mesmerised by the working pump house and Archimedes Screw.  Once inside the house they amazed the public who commented on their enthusiasm and impeccable behaviour.  The questions asked as they played with Victorian toys and explored the kitchens were insightful.  All were disappointed when it was time to leave to travel back. 

     

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  • Bamburgh - Day 2 - 10.10.17

    Published 11/10/17

    After a hearty breakfast, the beach awaited for the long hike to Seahouses.  The tide had retreated leaving behind the flotsam ripe for exploration.  Seaweed, shells and rocks became the new treasures.  The brave few challenged themselves with the paddle in the cold north sea - five minutes later all had returned to warm socks and shoes.  Lunch overlooking the harbour attracted some hungry seagulls. 

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  • Magna Mayhem

    Published 10/10/17

    Magna Mayhem

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  • Bamburgh - Day 1 09.10.17

    Published 10/10/17

    On the long journey to Bamburgh the adventure began at Hartlepool Quay.  The 'shipmates' were press ganged onto the Tricomalee where they learnt all about life at sea as a Victorian sailor.  After exploring fighting ships, the coach was again boarded for part two of the journey.

     

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  • Weekly Attendance 06.10.17

    Published 09/10/17

    Well done Kenwood & Rufford for winning this week's attendance.

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