In our Year 3 geography lessons about the UK we are learning about land use and so we all went on a very interesting walk round Hebburn today. We were armed with clipboards and checklists and we made a note of the various features we saw on our journey. We noted that there are lots of shops, including two Supermarkets and there are lots and lots of homes. We saw a medical centre, Hebburn Hub, a park, the Metro station, several car parks and the roads were very busy with lots of cars and buses too. We examined the evidence when we got back to school and concluded that Hebburn is an urban area. Geography is very interesting and it is great fun.
The children from the Year 2 class thoroughly enjoyed creating their very own mystical animals out of Lego. The children were able to work independently to create their masterpiece and were able to share their inventions with Sunderlands University’s Reece. He was blown away by the talent and the attention to detail in the models created. Brilliant! Fun! Unique!
Year 4 First Reconciliation Service is Thursday 23rd January at St Aloysius church at 5pm.
During our RE lessons we have been learning that in every parish people are needed who will help to serve others within the community in different ways.
Today Mrs Scullion came into our school to talk to us about some of the different ministries and roles there are in our parish community for example Extraordinary ministers of Holy Communion, ministers to the sick, readers, parish visitors, SVP etc. Everybody has a special role to play and every role is important.
Mini Athletics is a great way to boost fitness and improve agility as well as being great fun. Look out for the leaflet in your child’s bag.