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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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WE ARE FUNDRAISING FOR RED SKY!
Thursday 7th is our KEEP FIT FUNDRAISER for REDSKY.

Children should come to school in their P.E uniform where they will be taking part in a sponsored KEEP FIT HIIT session with our very special guest - PT Adam Maddison.

GET FUNDRAISING - ALL FORMS AND MONEY TO BE RETURNED IN A SEALED ENVELOPE BY Monday 11th July. 💙

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******REMINDER******* 

WE ARE FUNDRAISING FOR RED SKY! 
Thursday 7th is our KEEP FIT FUNDRAISER for REDSKY. 

Children should come to school in their P.E uniform where they will be taking part in a sponsored KEEP FIT HIIT session with our very special guest - PT Adam Maddison. 

GET FUNDRAISING - ALL FORMS AND MONEY TO BE RETURNED IN A SEALED ENVELOPE BY Monday 11th July. 💙

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The children in Early Years had so much fun celebrating International Mud Day yesterday!

We started our day with a fantastic story that taught us how mud is helpful for different animals and plants. Then, the children planned their own learning by coming up with their own mud based activites.

these included mud ball throwing, a mud slide, mud kitchen recipes and painting with mud!

The children especially enjoyed painting their skin with mud and making footprints and handprints on large paper.

We hope you enjoy the photographs as much as us!

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What absolutely fantastic photos. Truly what Early Years is. Amazing they can have this and see the adults get involved too! X

Lovely to see everyone having so much fun, grown ups and children alike ❤️

This looks like great fun.. I'm sure my daughter used to come home from early years most days like this even if it wasn't a mud day 🙈🤣😂.

Fab photos love to see the kids n teachers having fun xxx

Amazing thanks for sharing and for doing it Fraser-Charles had a great day

Fab photos!! They weren't half as muddy as I was expecting them to be 😁

Great fun had by all....fabulous x

Fab photos of them all x

Looks like great fun !!!

Love these photos.xGreat fun.

Phil Williams Thea is going to be in her element 😍😍😍

Jill Hutchinson , but oh she was so happy, 😂😂

Paul Moss Janine Swinburne look at charlotte 😭😭

How exciting 👏👏

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WE ARE FUNDRAISING FOR RED SKY!

Thursday 7th is our KEEP FIT FUNDRAISER for REDSKY.

Children should come to school in their P.E uniform where they will be taking part in a sponsored KEEP FIT HIIT session with our very special guest - PT Adam Maddison.

GET FUNDRAISING - ALL FORMS AND MONEY TO BE RETURNED IN A SEALED ENVELOPE BY Monday 11th July. 💙
#benedictbiscop #allthingsarepossible
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******REMINDER******* 

WE ARE FUNDRAISING FOR RED SKY! 

Thursday 7th is our KEEP FIT FUNDRAISER for REDSKY. 

Children should come to school in their P.E uniform where they will be taking part in a sponsored KEEP FIT HIIT session with our very special guest - PT Adam Maddison. 

GET FUNDRAISING - ALL FORMS AND MONEY TO BE RETURNED IN A SEALED ENVELOPE BY Monday 11th July. 💙
#benedictbiscop #allthingsarepossible

🌈RAINBOW AWARDS 24.06.2022 🌈

Nursery – Theo B is our Nursery Rainbow Award winner. Theo has tried really hard with his learning, particularly his name writing and letter formation within phonics sessions and the provision. Well done Theo!

Rec –Archie is our Reception Rainbow Award winner. Archie has been trying really hard this week in all aspects of his learning. He has been determined to wow his teachers in maths and phonics, and even his own personal development, showing kindness to his peers.

Year 1 – Year 1’s Rainbow Award this week goes to Jack and Matthew N!
Jack has really impressed us this week with his rapping skills! Jack has joined in enthusiastically with the raps we learned in class as well as having fantastic ideas when writing his own rap.
Matthew has worked really this week when doing subtraction with regrouping! He has answered some tricky questions using cubes and place value charts to help him.

Year 2 – Year 2’s Rainbow Award this week goes to Samuel and Hannah.
Samuel has really impressed us this week with his geographical skills. He explored and labelled maps of the local area and drew his own using a key.
Hannah has showed enthusiasm when learning about Amelia Earhart. She wrote about her life using a variety of features and showed her factual knowledge too.

Year 3 – Year 3’s Rainbow Award this week goes to Max and Jacob
Max has created a superb storyboard to show his understanding of the events in the story of The Milk and the Jasmine Flower.
Jacob has made a brilliant mind map to record the key information from the story The Milk and the Jasmine Flower

Year 4 – Year 4’s Rainbow Award this week goes to Charlotte and Ava K
Charlotte has worked extremely hard in maths this week, drawing tables and grids and showing a fantastic understanding of how to plot coordinates.
Ava K has shown a fantastic understanding in guided reading, clarifying vocabulary as well as making fantastic predictions.

Year 5 – Year 5’s Rainbow Award this week goes to Cameron and Amelie
Cameron has given fantastic contributions in maths this week showing an excellent understanding of angles in Triangles and parallelograms.
Amelie for her conscientious attitude towards work and producing an excellent explanation text to explain how criminals were punished in Anglo-Saxon and Tudor times.

Year 6 – Year 6 ’s Rainbow Award this week goes to Millie and Melody
Millie has been given 100% effort and enthusiasm in learning her lines for the end of year production.
Melody has shown fantastic resilience and reasoning skills solving challenging maths problems.
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Well done everyone and so proud of Samuel xx

Wonder if Jack also shared the breakdance that accompanies his rap 🤣

Well done everyone.👏

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