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Snowmen Multiplication!

A huge thank you to all of those who were able to attend Year 3’s inspire afternoon. I am sure everyone will agree that a fun afternoon was had by all. We are having a big focus on times tables in Year 3 at the moment and trying to improve our metal recall of the multiplication and division facts. So today’s task involved applying these facts to building snowmen. We had to find out the quantities of each material that we would need if we were to build 2, 3, 4, 5 or 8 snowmen! Once completed, we got to create our own sock snowmen as well as other Christmas crafts such as split pin decorations and paper angels. It definitely has inspired Year 3 to get into the Christmas mood as well as improving our times tables knowledge.

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A metro journey for Y1

The children from Y1 had great fun on their journey on the Metro to have a look inside Newcastle Central Station and then a special trip to Northumberland Street to see Fenwicks window.  The children have been learning all about different kinds of transport and how...

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Good Samaritan Day In Year 3

Today Pope Francis pushed opened the great bronze doors of St. Peter’s Basilica in Rome to launch his Holy Year of Mercy. We decided to mark this special occasion in school by having a full day dedicated to the parable of the Good Samaritan; the one who showed mercy. We had a lot of thought provoking activities throughout the day encouraging us to think of how we could behave during the Holy Year of Mercy to be more like the Good Samaritan.

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