Monthly Archives: June 2017

Year 2’s trip to Beamish

Year 2’s trip to Beamish

On Thursday Year 2 visited Beamish Museum. We had so much fun exploring all of the traditional houses and learning more about the transport and lifestyle in North East England during the 1820s, 1900s & 1940s. Our favourite part of the day (besides eating lunch in the sunshine)  was taking a trip down the coal mine.…Continue Reading

Caterpillars and Butterflies in Reception

Caterpillars and Butterflies in Reception

We have been learning about life cycles in Reception. One of our children got a very special present of some caterpillars for his birthday and he brought them into school to show us all. They children enjoyed observing the caterpillars and watch them wriggling around! We looked in books and found out some fun facts…Continue Reading

There’s No Planet B!

Over the last few weeks we have been working on the next topic from our Erasmus project ‘ Greenhouse Effect’. Children from across our school have been completing different parts of this topic. Year 5 conducted an experiment looking at how the greenhouse effect impacts the temperature of the world. We were shocked at what…Continue Reading