In this weeks Friday Flyer you can read about the children’s visit to Derwent Hill in the Lake District, some amazing artwork we made for the Queens Jubilee, a parent online safety update, and much more. Happy reading!
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The children wearing crowns they had made.
Throughout the week we’ve been celebrating the Queen’s upcoming Platinum Jubilee. The staff and the children have been getting involved in all sorts of activities in preparation for a picnic we had planned. This included making bunting, crowns and decorating two large portraits of the Queen drawn by Miss Howard.
Mr Williams was also going round school to sit down with some of the children who answered questions about our Queen.
As part of the school’s jubilee celebrations, some of our children sat down and answered questions about our Queen.
Unfortunately, due to the British rain, the picnic with the parents could not go ahead but we did manage to find a break in the rain so the children could go out and sing the songs they had prepared, which represented different decades.
The children performing their songs.
It was great for everyone to be together outside and as it was something we hadn’t been able to do for a long time it felt extra special.
You can see some of the videos and photos from the day in our Queens Jubilee Album
In this weeks Friday Flyer you can read about our upcoming Queens Jubilee Celebrations, a visit from The History Bloke and Zoolab, trips the children have been on and sporting events they’ve taken part in, and much more. Happy reading!
We are absolutely delighted that Hajrah from 6H has had a painting excepted for the Young Artists’ Summer Show in London. Her artwork was judged by a panel of passionate artists and arts professionals. They selected her piece for display online and on-site at the Royal Academy of Arts
A fantastic artistic achievement Hajrah. Congratulations.
Hajrah’s painting to be displayed at the Royal Academy.
The Year 5/6 swimming team took part in the Sunderland School Swimming Finals. Well done to all of our children who swam brilliantly and showed great determination. Special mention to the boys who made the grand final of the medley relay race. Our children were superb ambassadors for our school with thanks to Mr Spoors for all he did to organise the children.
The Year 5/6 Swimming Team.
Thank you Mr Spoors!
Year 1 on their trip to Durham Castle.
Year one visited Durham Castle on the 16th May (1CW) and Tuesday 17th May (1S). They all had a great time exploring the castle and finding out about its features. Some of the children dressed up as the kings and bishops connected to the castle history. In the afternoon the children made their own cardboard models of castles and were challenged to make a strong castle wall that the teachers tried to knock it down!
A fun and educational day out.
We will be celebrating the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee in school on Tuesday 24th May. The children will spend the day learning about why we are celebrating the Jubilee, alongside preparing for our afternoon picnic!
We would love to have parents / carers join us on the school field for a Jubilee picnic from 2-3pm. Also, to give you some notice, we will be asking the children to wear red, white or blue clothes on the day or non-uniform so please do not feel you need to buy anything extra. We hope lots of you can come along to celebrate with us!