As part of Year 6 ICT they have been learning about web development and the HTML and CSS coding that is used to build them. As a class they worked together to develop a website about their project topic, Mexico. The class were split into small teams of 2 or 3 and each group produced a page for the website. The students had to research the information, collect images and edit HTML documents to produce their page. All the pages were collated together to create their website.
Click here to have a look at their website.
Mrs Barker’s class have created this video to highlight the make up of the classroom with students sharing their similarities and differences.
As part of their Shakespeare study, Year 6 worked together to create their own T4W performance of the tragic love play Romeo and Juliet. They produced some fantastic work as a result. Well done Year 6!
As part of their Macbeth study, Year 6 worked together to create their own T4W performance of the gruesome play. They produced some fantastic work as a result. Well done Year 6!
Y6 have thoroughly enjoyed our work on the ‘El Caminante’ topic. The children have produced some lively and creative pieces of writing which we are proudly displaying in class. All the buzz and excitement created makes me wonder if we have some budding tight-rope walkers in the making!
We will be operating our free Year 6 Breakfast Club – during SATs week every day from Monday 12th May to Friday 16th May. The doors will be open from 8.20am. Breakfast will be available so it will provide all the children an opportunity to settle before the day.
Well done to our Cross Country runners who attended the first round of the Tees Valley Cross Country competition. All of the children were excellent ambassadors for the school and braved chilly weather conditions to achieve their very best. We are very proud of all the children who took part.
As part of an ICT project, the children in Year 6 are producing a Christmas album. Part of the project is to collect survey responses to make sure that the CD is as appealing as possible to everyone.
Please take the time to complete this survey, your responses will directly affect the way the CD turns out.
If you can’t see the survey click here.
On Thursday 24th October pupils from Y5 and Y6 attended a Tag Rugby Festival. The day consisted of coaching sessions, followed by fixtures. The event was the largest tag festival Middlesbrough had ever hosted.
There was an extremely high standard of play this year with many games in the knockout stage being decided by a single point. The Newham Bridge Team played in the Plate Event, which was eventually won by Park End and we are proud to announce that Newham Bridge were the runners up.
We would like to congratulate all the children who took part and represented Newham Bridge. This was the first tag rugby competition Newham Bridge has entered. Well done to the whole team!