Spring 2020

Home Learning and useful links / information during School Closures March 2020
Save the Children have put together some resources to support your child’s mental health. They say, “Our coronavirus hub is designed to help kids and adults alike navigate through these difficult times... From how to talk to your kids about coronavirus, useful resources on creative play ideas and helping children to stay connected to their friends and grandparents.”
Beach School 28th February
click here to go to the Beach Schools section of our website to find out about our Plastic Pollution beach school day.
Last week of term was a busy week. We had a lovely afternoon with Mrs Johnson who came to share her favourite VIB (very important books) and be our storyteller. We have a special celebration with our favourite teddies listening to stories and using our reading area.
Our beach day was unfortunately cancelled due to bad weather, so we enjoyed a yoga session extra yoga session.
Healthy Bodies
In Lindisfarne we have been busy thinking about our bodies and the food we eat to help us stay healthy. On Friday we designed and made our own fruit kebabs.
Lindisfarne Class have been finding out about the Italian artist Giuseppe Arcimboldo.We have studied some of his paintings and have made our own drawings and sculptures using vegetables and fruit.
Special Visitor
Lindisfarne class have been very busy finding out why our bones are important and how to keep our bones healthy. Ruth Mather a senior radiographer brought her skeleton friend 'Fred' to show us what our bones look like inside our bodies. We had great fun touching and looking at the bones close up!
Reading Corner
We have been very busy reading and had a super time using our reading area. 
Stay Safe Story-time
Today Lindisfarne and Alnwick Classes listened to the live-read of 'Stay Safe with Thomas'. We have talked about why it is important to stay safe near the railway. Children might like to share the ebook again at home with parents or siblings. 
Last half term we were very busy right up to Christmas, finding out about star constellations and the famous artist Vincent Van Gough. We enjoyed creating our own 'Starry Night' pastel drawings.