Art

Forest School

Forest School

The children have produced an array of creative work during October in Forest School. Hand made instruments, bird feeders, natural art inspired by Andy Goldsworthy, rainbow leaf mobiles, clay men, Autumn leaf wreaths, leaf animals, Stone Age bread & jewellery, natural pyramids, Anglo Saxon dwellings, wire weaving, autumnal art and weaving with sticks & wool. The… Continue Reading

Celebrating St. Teresa’s Day

Celebrating St. Teresa’s Day

After attending a special Celebration Mass for the Feast Day of our patron saint, St. Teresa, the children in Years 5 and 6 took part in some practical activities. They thought very carefully about St. Teresa’s ‘little ways,’ and then made some beautiful prayer bracelets which reflected some of the ways in which they could be… Continue Reading

Forest School

Forest School

Forest School sessions were up & running as soon as the school year started in September. Our new Reception class were introduced to Forest School where they became Kings & Queens for the afternoon after making their very own nature crown. During their next session the children used sticks & grass to decorate the first… Continue Reading

Cave paintings

Cave paintings

Our first topic in Year 3 is about the Stone Age. To start our topic we explored cave paintings, we learnt about how Stone Age people created cave paintings using charcoal and other natural materials, then had a go at being Stone Age artists by creating our own cave paintings in class. Continue Reading

Forest School

Forest School

Forest School during July had the children completing a variety of sports activities with added equipment and challenges. They had great fun working as individuals, with partners and as part of a team travelling the seas as pirates, running around assault courses and playing water balloon hide and seek. Reception            … Continue Reading

Forest School

Forest School

Forest School has been full of exciting and engaging creative topic based activities during June. The children have used a wide range of skills to explore, design and make a selection of quality pieces of work in various forms such as woodwork, art, cooking, D&T and drama. Reception have identified features on a map of… Continue Reading

National Museum of the Royal Navy – Hartlepool Marina – Year 2

National Museum of the Royal Navy – Hartlepool Marina – Year 2

The National Museum of the Royal Navy – Hartlepool Ahoy, landlubbers! A bunch of rag-tag pirates have been spotted at the historic Hartlepool quayside. They’ve come to port for the day and have been impressing the locals with their knowledge of fellow pirates such as Edward Teach, Anna Bonny and William Kidd! The little pirates… Continue Reading