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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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Rainbow Award 17th September 2021

EYFS – This week EYFS would like to put Hollie forward for the Rainbow Award. We are very proud at how well she has settled into her new school - she has been wonderfully enthusiastic this week and has been beautifully kind towards her peers! Well done, Holly.

Our next award goes to Georgia! Georgia has been a fantastic role model during group work. She has listened well to others and has made valuable contributions during Maths meeting - well done Georgia!

Finally, we would like to give Miller the Rainbow Award for settling so well into class and for building great relationships with his peers and teachers through his strong communication skills. Well done, Miller!
Year 1 – Year 1 Rainbow Award goes to James! James has had a brilliant week, listening carefully to instructions and trying his best. He produced this lovely front cover of his favourite book, Funny Bones! Well done James!
Year 2 – The Year 2 Rainbow Award goes to Fallon for showing fantastic enquiry skills during our Science lesson. Fallon used her magnifying glass to explore the different fruits and their seeds. She then carefully sketched them showing great detail. Well done Fallon - keep up the hard work!
Year 3 – This week’s Rainbow Award in year 3 goes to Ella for creating a fantastic fact file about Stone Age life. She used key historical skills such as exploring sources and answering historical questions - well done Ella!
Year 4 – This week’s award goes to Reuben in Year 4 for developing and testing his sketching skills and applying his knowledge of Ancient Greek pottery to develop designs.
Year 5 – This week’s nominee is Isabelle. Fantastic article writing and beautiful presentation!
Year 6 – This week’s Rainbow Award goes to Aaron for phenomenal ideas when planning a biography on Winston Churchill.
Well done everyone

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Well done Ella, & well done to everyone xxx

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Year 6 have been exploring what life was like for children being evacuated during World War II, this morning we were presented with some parcels from the suitcase of Mary, who was being sent to live in the countryside with strangers. We looked at the list of what the government deemed was "essential".
We used our prior knowledge and our senses to make predictions about what could be inside the parcels in her suitcase and came up with some great ideas! We then unwrapped them and found some surprises! What do you think was essential? Why do you think they packed so little? Have you ever smelled pears soap 🤢 ?
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Year 2 have been investigating seeds.
This week the children explored seeds in fruits vegetables and flowers using magnifying glasses to make observations. They then drew their own pictures and labelled them clearly.
After this they investigated how seeds are dispersed; making their own helicopter seeds and trying them outside.
We wonder what science investigations they will do next week. 💙
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Early Years need your help!

The children in Early Years have shown a keen interest in parties and celebrations! If you have any party/celebration wear that you no longer use or need, we can give them a new home!

We are looking for…..
Vintage clothing
Hats
Party clothes
Costume jewellery
China tea sets
Scarves
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The children in Early Years have settled so well and have had great fun exploring their new provision – look at what they’ve been up to! We hope you have enjoyed hearing all about your child’s adventures at home. 💙
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