The children from Year 2 created their own Staith pictures using art straws.

Year 2 spent local songs week learning The Keel Row.  The word “keel” is from an Anglo-Saxon derivation meaning ship, but on the Tyne and Wear it was applied to a clumsy great oval, flat-bottomed boat used for carrying twenty tons of coal at a time from the Staiths upriver to the collier ships at berth in the harbour.

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