Today the children had their first shine time ‘Lego Club’. Children from different classes came together to enjoy Lego. The children had the theme of fantasy creatures and they rose to the challenge, creating some amazing sculptures. Great fun!
Year One have been learning about being safe online. Through a story about Smartie the Penguin, the children made choices about what to do when they are unsure about something on a device. The children then made posters about staying safe online. Afterwards, they worked on the iPads. Continue Reading
Some of our Year 6 children have been leading games on the school yard at lunchtime. They have shown excellent leadership skills and have been great role models. The younger children have thoroughly enjoyed playing the games so far, and it’s a great way to keep active! Continue Reading
Year Three went on an educational visit to Segedunum Roman Fort, Baths and Museum as part of their topic Roman Britain. It was a fun day full of roman activities. First the children engaged in activities based on roman technology. Our guide talked about life in Roman Britain and asked the children to think about… Continue Reading
Year Three had a great time in forest school this afternoon. The children made bread following a recipe that the Romans would have followed. They had to measure out the flour, add water and salt and mix. Then they shaped the dough into small buns and cooked it over the fire pit. They all enjoyed… Continue Reading
Today our school participated in the Hoops4Health basketball competition through the Newcastle Eagles. This is a culmination of the work the class have been taking part in through the scheme. All the children have had the chance to learn about healthy living and have been taught the fundamental skills in the game of basketball. We… Continue Reading
At St. Teresa’s we believe that PSHE (Personal, Social and Health Education) will encourage and support pupils to develop healthy, fulfilling and meaningful lifestyles. Supported by our Catholic ethos, and taught within our nurturing school environment, PSHE supports children in their development and underpins learning in the classroom, school and wider community. Social, Moral, Spiritual… Continue Reading