8th June 2018 Dans le cadre de notre semaine européenne, Barmby a étudié la France. Ils ont joué aux boules et à d'autres jeux français.
11th May 2018 Miss Matthews organised a fantastic Mega Orienteering Day for us. The following children had the fastest time in their Year Groups: Y1 Madison, Abi and Ava. Y2 Luca, Logan, Abi T and Jacob from Sandholme. Y3 Hugo, Daniel, Isabelle and James. Y4 Jess, Ella, Isabella and Ava. Y5 Isabella, Charlie B, Joshua [...]
23rd February 2018 The big ship sails on the ally-ally-oh, The ally-ally-oh, the ally-ally-oh. Oh, the big ship sails on the ally-ally-oh On the last day of September. The captain said it will never, never do, Never, never do, never, never do. The captain said it will never, never do On the last day of [...]
4th December 2017 Year 2 children are learning about the Arctic food chain and how climate change is having a rapid impact on this on land and on the ice. The Arctic is home to the polar bear, caribou, musk oxen, walrus, the beluga and bowhead whales. The creatures most at risk from a warming [...]
1st December 2017 Minecraft – Hull City of Culture Edition As part of the Hull City of Culture initiative and as a way of getting more young people engaged in ICT, PrimaryTec challenged several Hull and East Riding primary schools to recreate some of the city’s landmarks using Minecraft as the platform - and we [...]
27th October 2017 Wow! That's all we can say. The Year One children have completed their farm projects for homework and they are absolutely magnificent. We are so proud of their attention to detail and we hope the children had a fantastic time making them.
25th October 2017 The Year One children have been learning all about the process from farm to fork. They have learned about the work of farms, types of animals and crops and a smattering of what goes into producing food for us to eat. Finally, they tasted a range of farmed foods and evaluated them. [...]
Now don't be alarmed - here are some pictures of children playing with sticks, grass, leaves and pine cones. They were down in the dirt and in amongst the bugs. They were fascinated to see insect eggs, scuttling woodlice, squirming worms and startled spiders. They weren't frightened, they weren't squeamish and they weren't [...]
Report by Mrs Redfearn Year 2 spent an amazing day at Normanby Hall on Tuesday exploring the beautiful woodland environment. We had the opportunity to look at a variety of habitats and identified many of the different trees and plants. We saw lots of birds and animals including red deer, peacocks and squirrels [...]
Move over SAT NAV - here come Y2 and they don't need a Tom Tom To show you what's in view. Thanks to cartographers, They're brilliant geographers They only need a map book to plan a route for you!