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I am delighted that you are considering Benedict Biscop Church of England Academy, a primary school in Sunderland, for the first stage of your son or daughter’s education. The school is an “outstanding” (Ofsted 2012) Academy for children aged 3-11 years.…

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🍂🍂🍂Andy Goldsworthy in Year 1 🍂🍂🍂
Year 1 have been exploring natural art, and this week we made our own temporary natural structures like Andy Goldsworthy. We used leaves and sticks to copy his circular shapes.
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It is fabulous to see children having fun

That looks lots of fun! 🍂 🖼 👍🏼

This looks great 👍

Fantastic photos! Love autumn 🍂 🍁😊

looks amazing,very creative

Fab pictures x

Well done

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Rainbow Award 23rd October
EYFS - Well done James F for amazing progress in phonics! You are trying super hard at home and school with your letter formation and it has certainly shown in your beautiful handwriting, keep up the hard work!
This week has been a very special week for Isaac. Isaac decided it was time to give up something special to him. He designed a special box and wrote a letter to the elves. Well done for being brave Isaac!

Y1 – Well done Dan, you’ve been nominated for the Rainbow Award this week. Year 1 have been learning about landmarks and Dan has made a great practice model of The Angel of the North! The class can’t wait to see his model made from clay!

Y2 - This week’s Year 2 Rainbow Award goes to Faris. He has tried so hard during Maths all week and has been able to use equipment to work out answers and share what he has done and why. Well done Faris - keep up the amazing work!

Y3 – We have a special Rainbow award for all of year 3 this week - for amazingly adapting to home learning and being Showbie superstars!

Y4 – Well done Ellie S, you received this week’s nomination for writing a fantastic newspaper article based on the Greeks and the Trojans.

Y5 - Year 5 rainbow award goes to Erin L. Erin has had a brilliant week, both in her writing and her maths, particularly in our work writing non-chronological reports on the Anglo-Saxons! Well done Erin!

Y6 – this week’s award goes to Harry W for an excellent illustration of Psalm 8, reflecting on the meaning linked to creation, God and humans.
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Fabulous work as always guys!! Have a lovely safe half term! X

Well done all

💙Food Bank Donations - THANK YOU💙
Donations were picked up this morning-not our usual display but the sentiment remains the same!
This food will make a huge difference to so many people....
We will continue to collect donations throughout the year to support those is in need 💙
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Rainbow award 16th October🌈
EYFS – Well done Oscar for being an amazing friend and showing enthusiasm in his learning, we are so proud of you!

Well done Phoebe, this week has been a very special week for Phoebe as she has been promoted to ‘big sister.’ She has taken on her role with a caring, loving attitude and she is so proud of her baby brother, Archie. We can’t wait to watch their relationship flourish.

Y1 - Rainbow award in Year 1 this week goes to Ella. She wrote an amazing autumn poem, even using similes and alliteration…what a star!

Year 2 - Well done Edie! You have tried ever so hard in all aspects of the curriculum this week and her effort and determination have shone bright in class. You tried particularly hard with her handwriting as we try to master loopy letters.

Year 3 – This week’s rainbow award is for Francine for amazing research about Skara Brae and how Skara Brae explains what life was like in the past.

Year 4 – Well done Layla in Year 4, you have received this week’s award for a fantastic letter to Helen of Troy persuading her to return.

Year 5 – This week’s rainbow award goes to Isabelle, for some lovely writing and art work about Katherine Rundell after our event with the author! Well done Isabelle for a great week!

Year 6 – Well done Lois, you’ve received Year 6’s Rainbow Award for this week, you produced a fantastic piece of research all about the Dig for Victory campaign.

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Is there no picture of Francine? X

Fantastic! Well done everyone! X

The Year 4 children have been studying Ancient Greece as part of their theme work. 💙The children have been researching Greek vases and pottery and have been creating and designing their own work! ... See MoreSee Less

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