Some of the year 6 children will now be applying their leadership skills in an after school club during the Spring term.
Year 3 were fortunate enough to have been given the opportunity to take part in football skills coaching from the FA arranged by the Sedgefield Sports Partnership.. This took place at the Alun Armstrong Centre at Shildon. The coaches picked out three people who stood out in all aspects of the session, from skills to teamwork. Our three football champions are pictured here with Flames,
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On the 1st December, KS1 children received a mystery parcel. Mrs Plumb opened the parcel, to discover a letter from Father Christmas and a rather strange looking object! The letter asked the children if they would look after one of his naughty, little elves. The elves name was called ‘Elfin SugarPlum’. Father Christmas told the children that Elfin was a mischievous elf, who likes getting into trouble! Everyday when the children
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Hope all of the children in year 3 have had a well earned break. I hope you all had a great Christmas and are feeling refreshed and raring to go. We have a busy term ahead with our Celts and Romans topic with lots of things to do. So welcome back and work as hard as you did last term. Mr Mc Alorum
Happy New Year and welcome back to the new term. I’ve got lots of exciting activities planned for you all to start the new year with a bang! We’re off to Greenfield next week to visit Room 13 and start our new topic ‘Rivers’. I’m looking forward to seeing you all soon – Mrs. Pattison.
Happy New Year! We hope that you have enjoyed the Christmas holidays and are looking forward to starting the new term ahead! This term our topic is ‘Where I live’. We will be learning about our local area and everyday materials. Mrs Reed & Mrs Bowes
All the staff at Byerley Park would like to wish our families a peaceful, happy and healthy new year. Let’s hope 2015 is a great year for everyone.
In October, Year Five visited the Hancock Museum in Newcastle. We went to look mainly at the Ancient Greeks exhibit but also had time to look around the rest of the museum. We thoroughly enjoyed our visit and learnt a lot from looking at the artefacts. We have also been able to complete a lot of work based on what we saw since coming back to
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The staff got into the spirit for Children in Need. The children were encouraged to come to school dressed as a hero of their choice.
This week the Year 3 joker is Lucy. Her winning joke was ‘ Where do rabbits go after they get married? On bunny moon.’