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Shakespeare Rocks Success

avatarUpper Key Stage Two
December 12th, 2018

Shakespeare Rocks Success All KS2 children took part in this year's production of Shakespeare Rocks with resounding success.  Y3 and Y4 performed their songs with an incredibly mature attitude and a professional approach, their dance moves had the audience in fits of laughter! The Y5/6 actors and actresses were simply breathtaking, with many children learning a huge number of lines and acting as if they had years of experience treading the boards on Broadway.  The whole show numbers reverberated around the hall and the Romeo and Juliet solo had parents and teachers in tears! Well done KS2!

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Hoops 4 Health – Year 5

avatarLower Key Stage Two
December 11th, 2018

Hoops 4 Health – Year 5 Children really enjoyed learning about the impotance of an active lifestyle, a healthy heart and diet.  The Newcastle Eagles players also played lots of fun basketball related games.

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English in Year 5

avatarLower Key Stage Two
December 4th, 2018

English in Year 5 Year 5 have enjoyed learning about aspects of WW1 within their English lessons.  They have learnt about a footballer named Sid Wheelhouse who was part of the Footballers’ Battalion.  They have researched information about his life to help their write a biography about him.  Today they were in role as Sid and recorded interviews.

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School Council Update

avatarLower Key Stage Two
December 4th, 2018

School Council Update School Council members met on Monday 3rd December to discuss upcoming projects.  They have started to develop their next newsletter, make posters to promote Mission Christmas as part of Metro Radio and judge the anti bullying week leaflets made in each class.

 

School Council now have their own Twitter Page @SchoolCouncilRP

Please give them a follow to keep up to date with their lastest information and news.

 

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Reception Family Learning

avatarKey Stage One
November 27th, 2018

Reception Family Learning The children really enjoyed playing phonics games with their parents at the last family learning session this morning.

Thank recyou to all the parents who attended the sessions.

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Redesdale Remembers – 1918-2018

avatarLower Key Stage Two
November 10th, 2018

Redesdale Remembers – 1918-2018 Children at Redesdale have been preparing for Rememberance Day by making poppies to add to our poppy waterfall.  They enjoyed learning about the Great War in our rememberance assembly and took part in a 2 minute silence at 11am.

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Year 5 Basketball

avatarLower Key Stage Two
November 8th, 2018

Year 5 Basketball Year 5 are preparing to take part in the ‘Hoops 4 Health’ Basketball Tournament in February.  Today they had their first session with Shaun and it was fantastic.  They played lots of games to develop their understanding of dribbling, passing, marking and interception.  Their skill level is great!

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Primary Leaders running Energy Club

avatarFoundation Stage
November 8th, 2018

Primary Leaders running Energy Club We are proud to have launched Primary Leaders in association with Sports Leaders UK. Twenty children were chosen from years 4,5 and 6 who have shown an excellent attitude and commitment to want to run and organise activities during and after school.

After their six week training children are now running Energy Clubs during lunchtimes and after school with Year 1 and 2 children. Children can earn different levels of leadership award starting with Playmaker, Bronze, Silver, Gold and then Outstanding. Children are reponsible for choosing their activities and running them.
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Year 1 Poppies for Remembrance Day

avatarFoundation Stage
November 8th, 2018

Year 1 Poppies for Remembrance Day Class 1C have loved making their poppies for Remembrance Day. We have added our poppies to the display outside the front of school to show our respect.

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Year 3 Child pedestrian training.

avatarLower Key Stage Two
November 7th, 2018

Year 3 Child pedestrian training.

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