With lighter nights, I’m finding even more time to read at the minute and am loving the range of new books that are available in bookshops at the moment. For anybody who hasn’t ever been, Seven Stories in Newcastle is now free entry and it is a magical world of books and stories that can provide hou


In English, Year Two have started to read their new book, The Snail and the Whale. Before they could start learning about their book, the children had to follow clues to find it. The clues were hidden all around the classroom – on the sink, next to the globe and behind a door. The boys and girls lis


The children in Year 3 have had an amazing red, white and blue day celebrating the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee.  They began their day finding out some important facts about Queen Elizabeth II and her family.  They enjoyed learning new information such as the number of children, grandchildren and gr


This half term, the boys and girls have been reading Until I Met Dudley – How Everyday Things Really Work. They began by reading the little girl’s imaginative explanations of how everyday objects work, before contrasting these with the factual explanations given by Dudley. This week, we have focused


In English, Year 5 have enjoyed reading Oranges in No Man’s Land in English lessons. The story tells of a young girl in Beirut who is faced with a dilemma when her Grandma becomes ill. In order to help, Ayesha must decide if she should risk her life to cross into enemy territory to obtain some life-