As part of our local history learning on the 1984 Miners’ Strike, Year 6 had a visit from a former miner. We asked him lots of questions to find out how important the mining community was in the local area.
In geography, we have been learning about the different biomes in North America. Each group researched the weather, plants and animals of their biome and then presented their findings to the class. We loved seeing all their presentations and hearing about what they had discovered! 🌎
What a fantastic trip year 2 had to Scarborough this week! 🏖 The children had lots of fun dressing up as Victorians on beach in the museum and looking at seaside objects past and present. They also loved looking at the harbour, eating ice cream and playing on the beach! All the children in year 2 […]
As part of our Science Career’s Month, we were very lucky to have a scientist visit our school from Jessop’s Hospital, Sheffield. Davina Hulme is a Senior Clinical Embryologist and has over 20 years experience in this field. In an assembly, she spoke to children in Y1-Y6 about her love of Science from a very young […]