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Seven Decades of Queen Elizabeth II

Seven Decades of Queen Elizabeth II

Home History Art During history week, we looked at the seven decades of Queen Elizabeth II’s reign across school. She has lived through many changes and, over those seventy years, she has changed much herself. In Year two, we worked collaboratively, like cooperative...
Great North Museum: COP 26

Great North Museum: COP 26

Home Science: Places & Events Why not head over to the Great North Museum on Saturday 13th November and get involved in some activities showing us how we can save our planet.  This is something we should all be looking at doing as much as we possibly can.  Great...
Y5: Online Time Teams

Y5: Online Time Teams

Home History Computing In Year 5, the children have been exploring how to create digital timelines, how BC and AD timelines work and ways we can use online software to work collaboratively. They began by organising the dates of the Pharaohs in  Ancient Egypt on paper....
Black History Month (1st – 31st October)

Black History Month (1st – 31st October)

Home History: Places & Events What is Black History Month? Black people have not always been treated equally simply because of the colour of their skin. Lots of people knew that this was wrong and wanted things to change. In the UK, a movement began in the 1980s...
Y6: Industrial Timelines

Y6: Industrial Timelines

Home History During a class topic on Industrial Victorians, Year 6 have used their chronological ordering skills to place events in order. They also scaled their timelines for accuracy. Some people devised an enquiry question based upon what they had read. They...
Y4: Anglo-Saxon Britain

Y4: Anglo-Saxon Britain

Home History In Year 4, they have been travelling back in time to the 5th Century, when the Anglo-Saxons settled in Britain. Part of Anglo-Saxon culture was to celebrate successful raids and battles in the king’s great hall with a massive feast, cheerful music...