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Ewan (Y2) and Ben (Y6) and Oliver and Yannick (Y3) model our new uniform, introduced from September. Don't they look smart?

New uniform for 2018-19

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The Kennel Club support Bark and Read - an innovative reading project in our school, where children work with expert handler Nicole Crossley and Robbie the dog to enhance and support their reading. 

Bark and Read

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We challenged the school to complete 30 different activities as part of our Summer Challenge over the six weeks holiday, from flying kites to watching the sun go down. The response was phenomenal. The biggest pat on the back goes to our marvellous Y1 class, who produced a stunning batch of entries. It was very difficult to pick two winners.

Creative Y1 and their fabulous summer challenge entries

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Combining Science and Technology to great effect, Y6 kicked off our STEAM car building challenge this term, creating and designing their own battery powered cars.

STEAM car building challenge in Y6

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We held our Pobble launch day this term and the theme was "My Life as a Window". There were lots of exciting writing opportunities with Henry - our Pobble hero. Just search for Seaburn Dene Primary on www.pobble.com

Our proud writing: Pobble Day at Seaburn Dene Primary.

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On 3rd February 2016, Years 5 and 6 spent the day working with Karen Langtree, the school's Patron of Reading. Karen used her latest book "Knights of the Wobbly Table" as a starting point for story creation, script writing and setting words to music.

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Karen Langtree, the school's Patron of Reading in action

Karen Langtree, the school's Patron of Reading in action 1 Setting ideas for a script to music
Karen Langtree, the school's Patron of Reading in action 2 Negotiating and coming to an agreement
Karen Langtree, the school's Patron of Reading in action 3 Developing first thoughts
Karen Langtree, the school's Patron of Reading in action 4 Making the words fit to music
Karen Langtree, the school's Patron of Reading in action 5 Pens are on fire in Year 6-so many ideas
Karen Langtree, the school's Patron of Reading in action 6 Looking happy-we know what we are doing!

Saying Thank You to Reverend Bruce Jarvis

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Robin and His Sherwood Hoodies

In 2015 the Christmas by Candlelight production was Robin and His Sherwood Hoodies. It was very challenging with up to 90 lines to learn but we made it! The audience rolled in the aisles with laughter. If parents have any further photographs we can use please email them to us.

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Shakespeare Rocks them in the Aisles

 

On Wednesday evening the Drama Club performed Musicline's musical play "Shakespeare Rocks". The audience roared with laughter during every scene as the cast delivered the cleverly written puns with confidence and skill.

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Some of our Year 6 are meeting the challenges of an activity week at Derwent Hill. Read their blogs by clicking "Blogs" on the front page and enjoy these photographs.
In December 2014, Drama Club performed a World War 2 play "Archibald's War". Members of the audience described the musical play as "The best yet" and "It was like watching professionals". Children in Drama Club meet and rehearse on a Wednesday evening with Headteacher Miss Purdy and Mrs Taylor. The musical director is Mrs Wilson. More  photographs can be found on the Drama Club page.

Year 4 perfect the Testudo formation at Arbeia Roman Fort.

 

 

Year 4 spent an amazing day, exploring the ruins and re-living life as front-line Roman soldiers on Hadrian's Wall. During our visit to Arbeia Roman Fort in South Shields, we met Roman Centurion Maximus, who drilled the children and prepared them for battle against the fearsome Celts, aka their teachers and parent volunteers.


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