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Year 6 investigating electricity…

Today we learned that electricity is the flow of electrons around a circuit so we became a circuit and used an energy stick to see the electrons flow! We matched circuit symbols to their real life counterparts and used circuit components to make simple circuits.


Rewards 24th June 2022

A very busy week this week with our visit from OFSTED but a fabulous one too!

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Rewards 17th June 2022

Beautiful weather for all of us this week and another wonderful week!

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Rewards 10th June 2022

First week back of the final half term of the year. This year has flown!

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Our butterflies were freed today…

Year 6 bought some caterpillars from Insect Lore and they were set free as beautiful butterflies today

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Rewards 27th May 2022

The last week of this half term has been wonderful again!

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Year 4 River Wear Walk

Year 4 have been learning all about rivers. We have looked at the structure of a river and some famous rivers from around the world.
As we are lucky enough to live close to a river, we decided to walk along and look at the different features we could see. We visited the mouth of the River Wear at Roker and then walked back along the river towards Southwick. We noticed how the river became narrower as we moved away from the mouth. We also noticed the meanders and discussed the erosion and deposition.

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Accelerated Reader Stars – Class 11

Class 11 are the Accelerated Reading Superstars again this week with a whopping 26 books read!

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Year 6 watching Billionaire Boy at The Empire

Year 6 went to see David Walliams’ Billionaire Boy and we loved it!

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Year 4 Quad Kids Athletics

Year 4 have been impressing again! 8 of our Year 4 pupils took part in the Quad Kids Athletics at Silksworth Sports Complex. They took part in 4 different events and tried their very very best.
Miss Stoker and Miss Williams were so impressed with their behaviour and their sportsmanship whilst taking part in the event. They were an absolute credit to the school. Well done Year 4!

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