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Little Inventors | July 10, 2017

Little Inventors
A child showing of his invention design.

The school recently had a visitor in assembly from an organisation called Little Inventors. Some of our Year 4 and 5 children had the opportunity to complete a workshop, which helped them to understand the work of Little Inventors and to think carefully about their own invention ideas.

The work they produced in this workshop will be displayed in a gallery in the autumn term. The designs will be entered into a competition where the winners work will be made into a real object.

Aspirations Day 2017 | July 8, 2017

Aspirations Day 2017.

On Friday 16th June we had an Aspirations Day in school.

Key Stage 2 spent the morning learning more about their future life when they leave our school. We had lots of visitors from a wide range of careers in to speak to us about their jobs. A lot were parents, many of whom had attended Richard Avenue Primary as a pupil. The visitors were engaging and interesting and the children learned a lot. They shared with the children some excellent tips to help them think about the behavior and attitude needed for success. The children also spoke to past pupils from Thornill School and people from the University of Sunderland about the next stages in their education.

I discovered how many jobs were available and if you try your best you can achieve anything!

Didar, Year 6 pupil

Key Stage 1 and Foundation Stage were visited by ‘People Who Help Us’ and had a great afternoon speaking to our visitors. A huge thank you to all of the visitors, that gave up their time, to come and help us think about our futures!

Year 1 Studying about Africa | March 7, 2016

Year 1 with their parent visitor who comes from Africa
Year 1 with their parent visitor who comes from Africa.

In Year 1 the new topic is Africa! The children were lucky enough to have a parent come in to tell them lots about the continent. She was born in Zimbabwe. Did you know there are 8000 different languages spoken in Africa? She also brought in some traditional African clothing and objects to buy cheap ambien show everyone and even played the drums so the class could practice their African dancing like they have been learning in P.E. It was a great afternoon!

Book Donation | February 8, 2016

Lauren from First Class Supply with the books donated to the library
Lauren from First Class Supply with the books donated to the library.

Richard Avenue Primary was lucky enough to receive a book donation from a joint venture by First Class Supply and Seven Stories . The books where handed over by Lauren from First Class Supply and will take their place in the buy ambien pills school library for children to rent and read.

Many thanks to both companies for their generous offer.

Hoops 4 Health | February 3, 2016

The children practicing basketball skills
The children practicing basketball skills.

Players from the basketball team, Newcastle Eagles , visited Richard Avenue to help the school learn about health and fitness, through their Hoops 4 Health initiative. The children took part in a variety of activities, including basketball skills, that teach them how to stay fit and healthy from help generic phentermine.

Some of the Newcastle Eagles players
Some of the Newcastle Eagles players.

A Visiting Artist | November 25, 2015

The artist holds one of his paintings
The artist holds one of his paintings.

Just before half term the children in year one have been looking at different artists work in their art lessons. To supplement this they were lucky enough to have an artist come in and talk to them. On this occasion he was a painter and also the father of a girl in year one.

The children asked him lots of questions about working as an artist. He also brought in some of his art work to demonstrate his skill and dedication to his craft.

Remembrance Day 2015 | November 12, 2015

On Remembrance Day, Richard Avenue Primary held an assembly to help the children learn about what people of this country have sacrificed and what for .

The staff and children raising our new custom made flag for Remembrance Day.

We were joined by three guests, including a local vicar, a local Councillor and a decorated war veteran. The children held an impeccable 2 minute silence and then we moved outside to both raise a specially made flag and also to view a poppy sculpture made by the children and inspired by artists Paul Cummins and Tom Piper .

The Head with guests
The Head teacher with two of our special guests.
Assembly with Miss McMaster
Miss McMaster’s Remembrance Day 2015 assembly.

A few of the children then visited the Cenotaph in Sunderland to lay a poppy wreath.

The children at the Cenotaph in Sunderland
The children laying our poppy wreath at Sunderland Cenotaph.

Food Bank Collection | September 29, 2015

Children with their food bank donation
The children with members of Elim Church stand next to out food bank donation.

The children and members of staff have been collecting various items for a food bank donation. Representatives from Elim Church who run and organise the food bank recently attended an assembly to thank us. We would also like to thank all those who donated for this very worthwhile cause.