Mrs. U Mitchell

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I am so thrilled about my new class of enthusiastic children. I invite you to join them in their learning adventure. This is a great opportunity to share news and achievements.

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1M Glass Workshop 27th March

In 1M, we have been studying William Wailes – our local historical superhero, who brought glass to Gateshead.  As part of our studies we will be holding a Glass Workshop in class on 27th March 2018. Please click on the link below for information about the workshop....

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National Glass Centre visit

Year 1M went to the National Glass Centre to learn more about different materials used in architecture. We also learned about the History of stained glass windows in Sunderland to contrast with our history from Gateshead. The children learned how to create maps and...

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Artefacts Fun from the 1950s and 60s

We had lots of fun investigating the artefacts that came from Beamish. The were all from the 1950s and 1960s. Put your hand up if you remember the Bunty Magazine. The kids were thinking about who might have had these items. Don't they look smart? [gallery...

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Fun with Seasonal Changes

The children in IM have been learning about seasons. They have been describing the different seasons and talking about the weather. They all enjoyed seeing some of the children dress up as the different seasons .

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Your Move Christmas Pictures

It's getting close to December and our class were asked to design a Christmas House for the Your Move estate agents in the village. All the children thought it would be a lovely opportunity to have their grown-ups in to help and just like Christmas elves, the...

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KS1 Cenotaph Visit.

Today, we took part in a Remembrance Service led by Father John at the Cenotaph in Rowlands Gill. We read Remembrance poems, listened to readings and prayers, held a two minutes' silence and laid down our handmade wreaths. We were all very considerate and thoughtful...

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