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Category Archives: Humanities

Year 2 working from home!

Well done to Year 2 for their hard work over the past two weeks. Here are some of the activities which the children have been completing;

Fabulous Rainbows!

Year 2 were asked to make a poster showing a message to their friends.

Art work and model making.

Literacy and Maths activities

History work; finding out about our family history.

 

Den making was a really fun Geography activity, then the children were asked to write an imaginative story about their den; what fabulous story writers and making a den was great fun!

 

Keep up this fabulous work boys and girls.

 

Year 2 Building Bridges at The Discovery Museum

Year 2 took part in Day 2 of their 2 day: Building Bridges Science and Technology challenge.at The Discovery Museum. We learnt all about the History of the bridges on the River Tyne.   We then built on our skills learnt yesterday about the strength of materials and completed two experiments about building strong bridges… Continue Reading

General Election 2019 in Year 3

Today we discussed the 2019 General Election in Year 3 and even had our own election! We discussed the topic of democracy and what it meant to have the right to vote. We looked at the three main policies and looked at child friendly versions of each manifesto. We watched reports from Newsround which showed… Continue Reading

Year 3 trip to the Hancock Museum

We had a wonderful day today at the Hancock Museum for both our humanities and science topics. For science we explored the precious gemstones section of the museum and also enjoyed a rocks and minerals workshop. For humanities we explored the early prehistoric section ¬†of the museum and completed activities relating to Stone Age to… Continue Reading

Year 3 trip to Broxfield Farm

Year 3 had a wonderful time today at Broxfield farm in Northumberland. We started the day by feeding some cows and learning different facts, including different types and names of cows. We then ventured into the fields and saw learnt how a combine harvester cuts the ears of wheat ready to be processed. We had… Continue Reading