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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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OPAL club didn’t let a thunderstorm ⛈ stop them from completing our activity this week we just brought the activity inside. We decided to use old wellies as planters to grow some Sunflowers.🌻🌻

We used the drill to create drainage holes and then added the soils and seeds. We have placed them around sunny positions in the school grounds and can’t wait to see how tall they grow !! 💙
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💙As part of worship this week, we have continued to develop our understanding of The Lord's Prayer - thinking specifically about lines seven and eight, and what they mean.💙

🙏This has given us further opportunity to reflect on these important and special words, thinking about how they impact of lives, and the choices we make, today.🙏

💭Do you say The Lord's Prayer?💭
💭What do the words mean to you?💭
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Francine has been telling us all about it and what certain parts mean. She’s loving it. 🙏🏻

"Art is too important not to share" ~ Romero Britto

🎨 For the first few weeks following the National Lockdown, classes prioritised our art curriculum. We recognised that art can at times be more challenging to teach effectively remotely and that pupils may not have access to the range of resources at home that we have in school, but also Art is a fantastic subject to allow children to reconnect and express their feelings.

We have shared a video of each classes art work via SHOWBIE If you would like to view your child’s artwork – please log into your child’s SHOWBIE account to see their classes art gallery video.
(Videos will be uploaded this afternoon.)
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🌈Rainbow Award 30th April 2021 🌈

EYFS - This week we would like give Penelope the Rainbow Award for her unwavering enthusiasm and resilience towards her learning outdoors this week. She has been a wonderful role-model to her peers when taking on various challenges within her explorations and this has been fantastic to see!

EYFS - Isaac has impressed us too this week with his artistic skills, he has created a range of real-life drawings. He has applied his phonetic knowledge to describe & label his work. Well done, Isaac!

Year 1 - This week the Rainbow Award is for Ava! Ava has been working so hard in all subjects but especially in maths. She always has her hand up to give questions a try and is improving her mathematical reasoning. Well done superstar Ava!

Year 2 - This week’s Year 2 Rainbow Award goes to Darcey. We have been learning all about transport in Year 2 and last week we wrote an information text about past and present transport. Darcey described each of the different vehicles and used facts that she had researched to make her writing exciting. Well done Darcey - keep up the hard work!

Year 3 - Year 3’s rainbow award goes to Ethan for working extremely hard to improve his handwriting and for redrafting part of his recount to add humour. Well done Ethan!

Year 4 – This week Year 4 have been looking at creating artwork based on the animals of the rainforest. Olivia managed to use her sketching skills excellently, drawing a toucan and used watercolour paints to add detail. Well done Oliva !

Year 5 - Year 5 rainbow award this week goes to Jackson! Jackson has been using his scientific skills to design, create and test a parachute, as well as doing an excellent write-up explaining what happened and why. Jackson has worked well individually, with his partner and as part of a group. Well done Jackson!

Year 6 - Callum has been awarded the rainbow award this week for his fantastic research effort looking at life on slave ships. Callum has used various sources of evidence both on line and on paper to find out exactly what life was like. 🌈💙
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Well done all you must be so proud of yourselves, Fantastic! Xx

Well done Callum 💗

Aww so proud, Well done Callum Well done everyone 👏🏻

Well done to each and everyone of you,well done.x x👏👏

Well done everyone.

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💭This week, the children have continued to explore The Lord's Prayer in class.💭

💙We have been thinking more about lines five and six; what these special words really mean to us and how they may impact on our lives today.💙

🙏Why not take some quiet time to watch our weekly worship and reflect on your own understanding of the prayer Jesus taught his disciples.🙏
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