Year 3 Visit Arbeia

On Friday, Year 3 had a fantastic trip to see the remains of a Roman fort in South Shields. The fort, called Arbeia, was a supply base for Hadrian’s Wall which ended just across the river Tyne in Wallsend. As you will see from the photographs, there was a lot to see and do.

First of all the children learnt all about the work of archaeologists and then tried out their skills to find buried artifacts. They also dressed up in items of clothing that would have been worn at the time.

Later we saw the barracks where the soldiers would have lived and then the much posher commander’s quarters. The trip gave us a real feel of what it must have been like to live here 2,000 years ago and the children had a great time.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

     

Year 3 Eucharist Liturgy

Year 3 worked really hard to plan and organise a lovely liturgy to conclude their topic about the Eucharist. We gathered together around a large purple cloth on which we placed grapes and bread to represent the gifts. Article 13 “You have the right to find out things and share what you think with others,…Continue Reading

Roman Invasion!

Year 3 came back from half term to find we had been invaded by a Roman time traveller! The children had a full morning with RIchard (That History Bloke) who came to tell us all about life in Roman times to link with our history topic. We found out so much and I was really impressed…Continue Reading

Year 3 Go To Gosforth Synagogue

As part of our RE curriculum we learn about other world religions. Year 3 recently explored aspects of Judaism with a particular focus on the Synagogue- the Jewish place of worship. To add to the children’s learning and understanding we organised a visit to the large synagogue in Gosforth along with Year 4. First of all, we…Continue Reading

Synagogue Visit

On Thursday 15th November, Year 3 and 4 are off to visit a synagogue in Gosforth. This is part of our RE work on other world faiths and it will give us the opportunity to see up close what happens inside. Can we remind you that in keeping with Jewish custom, all boys must bring a…Continue Reading

National Glass Centre

Years 3 and 4 visited the National Glass Centre in Sunderland this week. Whilst there we had the opportunity to create our own glass mosaic tile, witness some glass being blown and also take part in some science experiments! It was a busy and engaging day and all the children seemed to have learned lots…Continue Reading

Year 3 visit the National Glass Centre

Years 3 and 4 had a great time today, on their visit to Sunderland’s National Glass Centre. Year 3 started off with some science experiments and the children quickly picked up some quite tricky vocabulary! The best part was mixing water and cornflour and discovering something really strange happens… After our packed lunches, we went…Continue Reading