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I Aspire project
In the week beginning 20th June, the y6 children visited Dyke House on two occasions to take part in the I Aspire programme. They thought about their own personality and how this lends itself to qualities that they might need in order to do different jobs and pursue careers. On the final visit on Friday afternoon the children worked with year 9 pupils from DH to complete team building activities. They had a great time and learnt lots about life pathways and career choices.
On the 15th - 17th June, children from year 4, 5 and 6 visited London. On the first night the children enjoyed their evening meal at Pizza Hut before moving onto the theatre to watch 'Matilda'. They had a very busy day on the Thursday beginning with a panoramic sightseeing tour of London followed by a trip to the Sea Life centre and a flight on the London Eye. The day was finished off with a tea at Planet Hollywood, the burgers were delicious. On the final day, they visited the Natural History museum before heading back to school. It was a jam packed three days for the children and adults, however the standard of behaviour from the all of the children was fabulous and they were all super representatives of the school.
"I've had a fantastic time in London and my favourite part was Matilda because it was funny and the acting was amazing."
Leavers service at Durham Cathedral
On Tuesday 14th June, the year 6 children visited Durham Cathedral for the y6 leavers service along with around 8 other schools from the North East. It was a glorious day and the children ate their lunch on the grass before attending the service.
Zoolab visit 6th June
Rob from Zoolab visited y6 along with his weird and wonderful creatures. The children had the opportunity to hold and handle a salamander, snake, tarantula, giant African land snail, a millipede and a hissing cockroach . They learnt about their habits, diet and how they have evolved over the years. Everyone was extremely brave!
Last week(9th-13th May) was Key stage 2 SATs week. Many of the children attended breakfast club each morning to help prepare themselves for the tests. Throughout the week the children completed tests in: Reading, Spelling, punctuation and grammar, arithmetic and reasoning in Maths. All of the children concentrated and worked extremely hard and tried their best. A huge well done to everyone!
21st April 2016
The children in 6EH and the rest of Key stage 2 received a visit from the British Judo association. They all took part in taster sessions. Some of the moves that they learnt were the break fall and the double fall.
8th March 2016
This afternoon we opened up our classroom and lessons to the parents. If was great to see so many parents come and join in activites with the children. We all had a great time making and testing electrical circuits, discovering what we could do to make a bulb brighter or a buzzer louder, and what happens when we put lots of bulbs onto one battery. Click the picture to view the gallery.
For St Aidan's Art day, the focus was Chinese New Year. The children made indoor kites, Chinese masks and wrote messages in Chinese writing.
Some of the year 6 children have completed bike ability training over the last 4 weeks.
On Tuesday 9th February we had pancakes with lots of yummy toppings. The children discussed what they were going to give up for Lent.
This half term 6EH have been learning all about the heart and lungs and how they work. As part of the topic they recreated the artwork of Henry Gray using a range of different materials.
See how scary we looked in our assembly this morning!!!
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Here are some Viking pictures.