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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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🌈🌈🌈16th April Rainbow Award 🌈🌈🌈

EYFS – We would like to put Aaron forward for the Rainbow Award this week for his enthusiastic attitude towards his learning in Maths this week. He has been extremely eager to impress his friends and teachers with his knowledge of shape names and properties and it has been fantastic to see - well done Aaron!

Reception - The Rainbow award for this week goes to Erin! Erin has blown us away this week in maths meeting. She has demonstrated great confidence when using cubes and tens frames to create teen numbers. She has also mastered counting on! Well done Erin, we are very proud of you!

YEAR 1 – Rainbow award for Georgie this week. He has had a great week, working hard and putting in lots of effort in lessons. He recreated Fulwell Mill for his DT construction project, and it even really spins! Well done, Georgie!

YEAR 2 – This week’s Year 2 Rainbow Award goes to George. George has worked extremely hard in Maths this week. We have been working on multiplication and division using equipment to show our understanding. George supported his partner and enjoyed using cubes and drawing the different groups. Well done George - keep up the hard work!

YEAR 3 – Year 3’s Rainbow Award goes to Isla this week. Isla has a brilliant attitude to her learning and completes her work to such a high standard. Isla used her amazing historical enquiry skills to find information about the six main religions from around the world and presented her work superbly.

YEAR 4 – This week the award goes to Xenia for conducting excellent research on continents and countries, focusing specifically on South America.

YEAR 5 – Y5 rainbow award goes to Lily! Lily has had a fantastic week back school, writing and answering interview questions for an imaginary police investigation and working independently on tasks. Lily has also been trying really hard with her handwriting and presentation, which has been a focus this week in class. Well done Lily for a brilliant week!

YEAR 6 – This week’s Rainbow Award is to Luke for his determination and effort with coordinates this week. Well done Luke – it is great that you persevered and didn’t give up!

Well done everyone.
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So proud of Georgie, he has been fantastic this last week 👏🏻😊 well done son xx

So proud Erin, well done xx

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Happy Easter to all of our BB family. 💙 #benedictbiscop

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Special Easter Thoughts for healthy new beginnings xx

Happy Easter everyone

Happy Easter!

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Happy Easter Everyone!

Happy Easter 🐰 xx

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🌈RAINBOW AWARD - 26.03.2021🌈

EYFS – This week’s Rainbow Award goes to Anya for working so hard in Phonics. We are blown away with her phonetic knowledge and enthusiasm towards using these skills in her independent play. Well done Anya - we are so proud of you!
EYFS - Our second award is for Olivia M for the fantastic list she made of requirements needed for our developing garden space. Absolutely amazing work, Olivia! We are blown away!
Y1 – In Year 1 we have been learning all about Holy Week and retelling the Easter story. The rainbow award this week is for Samuel for showing so much enthusiasm for learning. In our freeze frames, Samuel really enjoyed acting. Well done Samuel!
Y2 – This week, the Year 2 Rainbow Award goes to Annabella. Annabella was able to retell the Easter story from a Disciples’ point of view. She included a variety of emotive language, showed a great use of punctuation and contributed to the lesson with fantastic ideas. Well done Annabella - great work!
Y3 – Year 3’s Rainbow Award this week goes to Sophia for fantastic determination when completing long division and for working collaboratively with her partner. Keep up the fantastic work, Sophia!
Y4 – Well done Ellie in Y4. You have the Rainbow Award this week for fantastic investigation skills about finding out who killed Julius Caesar and then writing a report about all it. Your enthusiasm has been a delight to see!
Y5 – Y5’s Rainbow Award this week goes to Melody. Melody did some fantastic coding work this week. Not only was Melody able to successfully create a game of Crossy Road on Hopscotch, she was also able to use her logical thinking skills to overcome issues with the code. Well done Melody!
Y6 - This week’s Rainbow Award goes to Bradley. This is because, throughout the whole term, he has consistently tried his hardest in every area of the curriculum. Well done on this achievement and keep it up as we move into summer term!
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Well done to all of you.xx👏👏

Well done all of you fantastic effort and talent x

Well done Samuel nana is so proud of you xx

Ashleigh Bird x

Year 2 enjoyed using pastels last week to create background effects for their art project. we love the colours they chose to compliment each other and their blending techniques too. Well done Year 2 💙
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Year 1 have been exploring the concept of mass. They investigated and got to grips with a range of objects LARGE and SMALL to find out if LARGER things were always HEAVIER than SMALLER things. They used scales and balances to explore further and thoughts about how fast objects travelled. 💙
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That lesson looks mass-ive fun! ⚖️👍🏼

Gem Isabella Pamela Carrick xx

Looks fab Year 1 🥰🥰

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