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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 18th June 2021

EYFS – The Rainbow Award this week goes to Orla! Orla has blown us away with her enquiry-based learning into plants and life cycles and has amazed us with her fantastically labelled diagram. Well done Orla, we are very proud of you!

EYFS would also like award Eleanor for the Rainbow Award this week for her fantastic independent research into Venus Fly Traps.
She has loved using the iPads to find out more information before sharing her newfound knowledge with her friends and teachers.

Year 1 – This week the Rainbow Award is for Aaron. During Spirited Arts Week, Aaron has worked hard to join in with discussions about diversity and how everyone is different and special, but equal. Aaron has been demonstrating this through some beautiful artwork, but also through his actions. He is a kind and caring member of Year 1 and goes out of his way to help others. Well done Aaron!

Year 2 – This week’s Year 2 Rainbow Award goes to Jasmine. This week has been our Spirited Arts Week and we have been thinking about what makes us unique but also joins us as a community where we have things in common. Jasmine has shared her love of karate and drew an amazing picture of her with her teacher, Mr Holt. Well done Jasmine, you have worked hard this week and shared wonderful ideas.

Year 3- Year 3’s Rainbow Award goes to Emma for a brilliant week during spirited arts week. She has offered some fantastic contributions during class discussion and made a wonderful starts to her artwork. Mr Cain can’t wait to see the finished piece. Well done Emma!

Year 4 – Well done Connor for producing excellent reasoning for his artwork in Spirited Arts week. You have been able to explain why faith is so important as well as justify the reasonings as to why we may be more faithful after a pandemic. Well done Connor, you have this week’s award!

Year 5 – This week’s Rainbow Award goes to Josh! Josh has done some brilliant work as part of spirited arts week, testing different mediums and explaining which is the most appropriate for stained glass style art. Josh also contributed by doing additional parts of the final piece and showed a great attitude towards his work. Well done Josh!

Year 6 – This week’s Rainbow Award goes to Dylan for his wonderful effort learning song words and his passion when singing.

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Well done to you all xx

Well done Eleanor, Jasmine, Connor and the others 👏 🥳🥰

Well done Eleanor ❤️ congratulations to all the Rainbow Awards this week 🌈

Well done Connor you star, we will celebrate with you the weekend at the bingo 😊

Well done Joshua and everyone xx

Well done Joshua xx

Well done Orla and all the other girls and boys .

Well done to you all.xx👏👏

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🌎This week in school, we have been exploring 'Rights and Freedom' as part of our weekly worship.
We have thought about the UN Declaration of Human Rights, and know that having an understanding of these rights promotes equality, justice, peace and freedom across the globe.
We took some time to learn about and reflect upon the lives of Gandhi, Martin Luther King Jr and Desmond Tutu, all of whom dedicated their lives to protecting the rights of others. 🌍

🌟We hope you all have a brilliant weekend.🌟
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This week in OPAL club the children made leaf monsters using natural resources that we could find in our school grounds. We made them look as funny as we could and then gave them crazy monster names. 💙 #allthingsarepossible #benedictbiscop ... See MoreSee Less

🌈🌈Rainbow Award 11th June 2021 🌈🌈

EYFS – This week EYFS would like to give Rosie the Rainbow Award for her wonderful enthusiasm to her learning outdoors this week, where she has loved exploring nature and sharing her observations with her friends and teachers. Well done, Rosie!

This week’s second Rainbow Award goes to Isla, she has developed so much confidence in her reading. Isla has impressed all of her teachers with her fluency and identifying tricky words whilst reading.

Year 1 – This week’s award if for Nathan. He has worked well in RE this week to understand values that are important to him and our community. He had fantastic ideas and examples of how to show friendship, loving and giving. Well done, Nathan!

Year 2 – The Year 2 Rainbow Award goes to Scarlett. We have been developing our Geography skills this week and Scarlett has been able to work effectively in a group, listening and sharing her ideas. She was able to make excellent notes about different maps and study aerial images, comparing them after. Well done Scarlett - keep up the good work!

Year 3 – Year 3’s Rainbow Award this week goes to Isaac for trying really hard with everything he had done this week and for asking some thoughtful questions when exploring Hinduism in RE.

Year 4 – Well done Indie in year 4 – you have the Rainbow Award for exploring different artefacts and seeing what remains of an ancient Mayan civilisation.

Year 5 – Year 5 Rainbow Award this week goes to Aaron! Aaron has been trying really hard with his writing and has produced a brilliant explanation text about crime and punishment in Anglo-Saxon and Tudor periods. We've been really impressed with how Aaron edited and redrafted his work, he really concentrated on the success criteria and made sure his writing included lots of the required features. Well done Aaron!

Year 6 – This week’s award goes to Charlotte for her outstanding effort learning her lines and truly stepping into the shoes of her character in the Y6 performance. 🎭
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Well done everyone 👏👏👏

welldone to Aaron and everyone 👌

Well done everyone 🌸💗


We hope everyone had a brilliant half term break and that you have been enjoying the fabulous weather this week.

💛 This week in school, we have been exploring 'loving others' as our worship theme. We have been thinking about how the Bible tells us to 'love others as you love yourself'. We have thought hard about what this looks like in our day to day lives and we reflected on the Coronavirus pandemic, exploring the kindness, love and generosity that was shown by so many, in such worrying times. 💛

We hope you can take some time today to watch our worship.
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