Class news 23.6.23

We’ve had a fantastic week in school this week. On Thursday, we visited the Tees Barrage as part of our topic ‘A river’s journey’. Throughout the day we visited the control tower, created our own river, became surveyors and ‘navis’, learnt more about the Tees and which part was man-made. In the afternoon, we went upstairs and visited the control station. Here we worked with Ian to control the CCTV cameras, learnt more about how they control the depth of the river, and we even got to open and close the lock! We ended the day learning more about the wildlife around the Tees and two grey male seals made an appearance to wave us off. Ask us how we know the difference between male and female grey seals. We had a lovely day and learnt a lot of interesting information about the Tees.

Well done to our Y4 children who represented our school at Quad Kids today. You all displayed great sportsmanship and determination.

Next week, we have sports day on Tuesday. Please come in your PE kit and a coloured t.shirt to match your team.

Mars – red

Jupiter – green

Saturn – yellow

Neptune – blue

Have a great weekend everyone. See you on Monday.

Trip pictures


Our POW from 2SB this week is Clayton. Clayton was a great ambassador for our school during our trip on Thursday. He was engaged throughout the day and asked some great questions. Well done Clayton.

In 2HH, our POW is Zach. Again, Zach was an excellent ambassador during our trip. He worked well and participated in each activity well. Super work Zach.

Remarkable Readers

Well done to the following children who read at least 3 times this week.

Leon, Lily-Rose, Kiziah, Rojin, Oliver, Charlie

Aishah, Laila B, Zach, Ahmed, Willow, Amina, Layla P, Isabelle, Gagandeep, Heidi, Orion

Super Spellers

Super work from the following children, who achieved 10/10 today.

Jacob, Alice, Layla H, Lilly H, Oscar, Oliver.

Aishah, Amr, Laila B, Finnley, Zach, Willow, Amina, Gagandeep, Muji,

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