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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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Year 4 have continued to work hard in Art this term and have developed their sketching and watercolour techniques. They created their final design and have started to complete their final pieces.

We think you'll agree they look amazing and we can't wait for them to be on display around school.
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Fabulous paintings 😊

Lots of good art work,well done everyone.x

Amazing work! xx

Continuing with their theme "Planes, Trains and Automobiles", Year 2 have been exploring the work of Andy Frost - their inspiration for this term.

They found out he is a sculptor and has created many famous pieces such as the Derwent Walk Express. The children had fun comparing his work to the other artists they have studied in Y1 and Y2; they were able to identify comparisons between each artist and their work as well as say how they were different. the children commented on colour, tones, textures and how wach piece was created.

We are excited to get the clay out this week and use some images from our recent trip as inspiration to create some unique pieces. 💙

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Year 1 have loved exploring their R.E. topic this term which is all about Judaism!
The children thought about what was special to them before learning about some special items in Judaism. They were then able to explore all sorts of special artefacts from the Jewish faith and began to reason what they were and why the were used.
The children made comparisons to their own lives and other faiths and cultures they know. They were able to formulate lots of questions for Mrs Springett and Mrs James and they are excited to learn more in the coming weeks.
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Karate Competition

Well done to all of the pupils who represented Benedict Biscop in the Kawauso Karate competition at the weekend. Everyone performed brilliantly and we came away with a final medal tally of 3 Gold, 3 Silver and 5 Bronze.

Dan was also awarded the trophy for most outstanding fighting performance. Well done to everyone that took part!

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Karate Competition

Well done to all of the pupils who represented Benedict Biscop in the Kawauso Karate competition at the weekend. Everyone performed brilliantly and we came away with a final medal tally of 3 Gold, 3 Silver and 5 Bronze. 

Dan was also awarded the trophy for most outstanding fighting performance. Well done to everyone that took part!

💙

#allthingsarepossible #benedictbiscop

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Well done everyone very proud of you all x

Well done everyone and we are very proud grandparents xx

Well done all.

Brilliant,well done everyone.x

Well done to you all x

The Karate Kids!!!!

On wow all three. Brilliant. XXX

Well Done kids!!! 👏🏻🥋🏅

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Year 4’s new theme is “ What I believe: What I believe: Everyone and everything has the right to be alive. Life in the rainforest.”

As part of their Art curriculum the children have been exploring artwork linked to the rainforest including art by Henry Rousseau. They were able to compare his work to the artists and art work they already know and use this as a starting point for their own rainforest inspired pieces.

They then began to develop their own designs ready for when they create their final piece, thinking carefully about the colours and techniques they would like to use. The children have experimented with different watercolour techniques and refined their sketching skills too!

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We cannot wait to see their final pieces.

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