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What a busy week!

What a busy week we have had in Little Legs! We are all now settled in and can't wait to get started exploring our environment. This half term we are looking at celebrations! We will be exploring the different ways we celebrate events and finding what dates are...

Fire! Fire!

Year 2 were visited by Peter from the Fire and Rescue Service.  We learned about how to keep safe and how to prevent fires.  Peter told us all about the Fire of London and about the Fire Service now and then.  We looked at the equipment that firefighters use - we...

Tea Time Fun!

The children have lots of fun at our Tea Time Club!  We enjoy activities ranging from creative crafts to gardening!  The club is open every day until 5.30pm.  Come along and join the...

Seaside drawings

Oh we do like to be beside the seaside! Class 1 have been using their observational skills to draw seaside objects. They carefully looked closely at the line, texture and shape of each object. They even began to practise shading and experimenting with dark and light tones.

What a load of rubbish!

Year 4 had a fun-filled time this week visiting a recycling centre where we learnt all about how rubbish is transformed into other products that can be re-used. We got our hands dirty making our own paper and we can’t wait until our finish product is delivered to school next week.

Premier Leauge Primary Stars!

Class 3 worked with Jack, Cameron and Nathan from the Premier League Primary Stars Programme.  The activities are based around 4 values - Be Ambitious, Be Connected, Be Inspiring and Be Fair.  We worked on Be Ambitious, trying to move creatively in different ways.  We...

Sunderland Schools Year 5 Kwik Cricket Champions!

We are pleased to announce that our year 5 Kwik Cricket team have just been crowned Sunderland champions! The finals were played at Ryhope Cricket Club and our team won all of their games and therefore the whole event. It was a glorious day and the attitude of all the...

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