It's Christmas! (20th December) The surprise arrival of letters from our pen pals in Kleve was a lovely way to end the term.
Great Fires of York (19th December) Art work centred around two key events related to our History and RE studies: the York Blitz (1942) and the York Minster fire (1984). Art by Eliza, Elizabeth, Isaac, Daisy, Jon, Jude, Lily, Isla and Crystal.
Grand Designs (18th December) There was teamwork aplenty today as work continued on our Blitzed Street designs...
Multiplicity (18th December) Numeracy work with multiplication has been pushing into some tricky areas... The result of one of Daisy's calculations today was a mere 39352599992666. Now here's the big question: what is this number?
Newsround (17th December) If you pop to our new page you will find some recently rediscovered World War II reports...
Yes Minster: The Sequel (16th December) Further exclusive photographs from our York Minster escapade...
HOMEWORK (wb 16th December)
YEAR 3: Maths, p22 English, p10/11 YEAR 4: Maths, p58 English, p10/11
Yes Minster! (13th December)
These pictures should give you an idea of where we've been today... More photos coming soon. Have a great weekend!
Democracy In Action! (12th December)
Policies, speeches, rosettes and staged photo opportunities can only mean one thing: election time! It was a hard fought contest too, with a range of parties seeking election: The Sea Party, The Charity Party, The Coastal Party, Animal Party, Save The World Party and The Wildlife Party all stood up and expressed their views on important subjects as diverse as hospitals, littering, homelessness and child protection. However, when the election was over, it was The Blue Party (named after the oceans they wished to protect) with their firm focus on children and climate who had won the majority vote...
Shocking! (11th December) Which materials will conduct electricity? This afternoon we decided to find out...
Infamy! Infamy! (11th December) It's not every day that a Roman soldier pops into Collective Worship. The reason for today's out-of-time visit? To publicise this weekend's Christmas event at Eskdale School!
The Extra Factor (10th December)
Factors have been a recent Numeracy focus with "Factoroids" allowing us to put our knowledge to the test! Why not log into Purplemash and see if you can beat these scores? Can you match (or beat?) Joe's eye-watering score of 125?
HOMEWORK (wb 9th December)
YEAR 3: Maths, p47 English, p6/7 YEAR 4: Maths, p53 English, p12/13
Blast From The Past (6th December) Enjoy a recently discovered batch of Eden Camp photographs! Have a great weekend!
Invasion! (4th December) A host of new faces and 16.66m of paper chain; both the result of this morning's Open Day!
It's Christmas! (2nd December)
Well, almost... However, if you happen to be in the vicinity of St. Mary's Church why not pop in and see our Christmas tree?
HOMEWORK (wb 2nd December)
YEAR 3: Maths, p46 English, p8/9 YEAR 4: Maths, p52 English, p8/9
World War New (29th November) Enjoy more exclusive Eden Camp photographs... Have a great weekend!
Blast From The Past! (28th November) This morning we stepped straight into World War II as we spent the day at the excellent Eden Camp! More photographs coming soon.
Starring Role (27th November) Coming soon to the St. Mary's Church Christmas Tree Display...
Glitterball (26th November) Our contributions to this year's Christmas Fair have a sparkly feel to them...
HOMEWORK (wb 25th November)
YEAR 3: Maths, p20 English, p8/9 YEAR 4: Maths, p12 English, p6/7
Deep Thought (22nd November)
Today's RE work involved much debate... How does the story of Noah relate to how people think and behave today?
Have a great weekend!
Let There Be Light! (22nd November) Science can be illuminating...
The Evacuation Situation (21st November) Our writing has centred around the experiences of World War II evacuees... Art by Eliza, Jon, Lyla, Viviann, Emily, Elizabeth and Joe.
Their Finest Hour (20th November)
Recent work has included looking at the events of the Battle of Britain - a crucial point in the timeline of World War II...
Out to Lunch (18th November) It was a sad day today as we said farewell to our cook, Miss Miller...
HOMEWORK (wb 18th November)
YEAR 3: Maths, p18 English, p6/7 YEAR 4: Maths, p24 English, p6/7
Children In Need (15th November) As part of today's charity fundraising there were cakes, costumes and the all-too-rare chance to be photo-bombed by a World War II Prime Minister... Have a great weekend!
Who's Who? (15th November) You can find out in a new whole school display... coming soon!
Shape Up! (14th November) Investigations with 2D/3D shapes produced interesting (and curious!) results...
All Over The Place (12th November) Research skills at the ready today for a Geography challenge: just how many counties are there are in England and what are they?
Armistice Day (11th November)
HOMEWORK (wb 11th November)
YEAR 3: Maths, p15 English, p5 YEAR 4: Maths, p19 English, p5
Helping Hands (8th November) Recent RE work has included a look at the Good Samaritan. Art by Will and Elizabeth.
Have a great weekend!
The Restoration (8th November) Today our class Church received the finishing touches to its recent renovation...
The Poppy Appeal (7th November) Don't forget that poppies are on sale this week in support of the British Legion charity.
Boom Bang-A-Bang! (7th November) Thoughts around the Gunpowder Plot led to some inspired poetry...
Remember, Remember... (5th November)
See if you can guess who and what provided the inspiration for our poetry and art work today...
HOMEWORK (wb 4th November)
YEAR 3: Maths, p14 English, p4 YEAR 4: Maths, p18 English, p4
Poetry Please (26th October) WEBSITE EXCLUSIVE: You can now find our Harvest poem on the Performance Poetry page!
Art Attack (25th October)
Recent art work has included experiments with the style of Vorticism - an art style from the time of World War I!
Have a great, safe holiday!
On The Run (23rd October) Excitement was in the air this afternoon as some of us took on the challenge of Cross Country... You can find more photographs here.
The Sound Collector (22nd October) Recent Science work has involved collecting and presenting experiment data...
Thanks! (21st October) Recently we've put our Art skills to good use by creating a display centred on Thankfulness...
HOMEWORK (wb 21st October)
YEAR 3: Maths, p13 English, p4 YEAR 4: Maths, p22 English, p4
Art Attack (18th October) With harvest fast approaching our Art work around perspective, light and shadow has had a fruity theme... Art by Eliza, Crystal, Emily, Elizabeth, Lyla and Daisy. Have a great weekend!
Shape Up! (18th October) This week we've investigated the properties of 2D shapes...
Extra! Extra! (17th October) History and Literacy collide in our Blitz-based newspaper reports...
Take A Letter (16th October) After much work, today our letters finally began their journey to the German town of Kleve...
The Sound Vibration Soaking Situation (15th October) WARNING: Sound vibrations can get you wet!
HOMEWORK (wb 14th October)
YEAR 3: Maths, p12 English, p2/3 YEAR 4: Maths, p11 English, p2/3
That Friday Feeling (11th October) Enjoy more exclusive photographs of yesterday's activities promoting well being...
Have a great weekend!
The French Connection (11th October)
Recent French work has included phrases about Britain's favourite subject: the weather! Art by Isla, Will and Elizabeth.
Feeling Good (10th October) Art, games, teamwork, conversation... all excellent ways of helping us to be positive.
The Sound Vibration Situation (9th October) Enjoy more exclusive images of our Science work...
Good Vibrations (8th October) Recent Science work has included investigations involving sound vibrations...
HOMEWORK (wb 7th October)
YEAR 3: Maths, p9 English, p38/39 YEAR 4: Maths, p10 English, p38/39
"Put That Light Out!" (Part 2) (4th October) More stern ARP Warden's have arrived... Have a great weekend!
"Put That Light Out!" (3rd October) Sound advice as a fearsome group of ARP Wardens arrived today...
Time Team (1st October) We all know that London was a prime target in World War II, but it wasn't the only city to be attacked... Geography and History combined this afternoon as we worked together to locate these key UK cities...
Brought To Book (30th September) The results of this Summer's Whitby Library Reading Challenge are in...
Melody Maker (30th September) Today's Collective Worship included a surprising array of violins...
HOMEWORK (wb 30th September)
YEAR 3: Maths, p11 English, p30/31 YEAR 4: Maths, p9 English, p26/27
The End Of An Era (27th September)
With the doors of St. Bartholomew's soon to close, this morning we took part in one of the church's very last services...
Have a great weekend!
Think Of A Number (27th September) Don't forget that you can log into your Sumdog account from home.
Thought For The Day (27th September) Some of our recent RE work has included writing prayers...
All In A Good Cause (27th September) Enjoy more exclusive photographs of our part in today's Macmillan Coffee Morning.
The Great Discos Bake Off (26th September) Cooking up a treat for tomorrow's Macmillan coffee morning...
You Can Count On Me (25th September) Teamwork was the order of the day as we explored some Numeracy problems...
Success Story (23rd September) There was some exciting news about swimming successes today...
HOMEWORK (wb 23rd September)
YEAR 3: Maths, p10 English, p36/7 YEAR 4: Maths p8 English, p36/7
The Blitz: Day Two (20th September)
Enjoy further Blitz-inspired art work by Isaac, Jacob, Effie, Jon and Isla. Check back for more soon. Have a great weekend!
Blitzed Brits (19th September) What might the Blitz on London have looked like...? Art by Will and Lyla. More coming soon.
Poetry Please (17th September) Check out our new Performance Poetry page to see what we've been working on...
HOMEWORK (wb 16th September)
YEAR 3: Maths, pages 6 and 7 YEAR 4: Maths, pages 6 and 7
Big Questions (13th September) Recent RE work has included ideas about God... Art by Isla, Theo, Eliza and Daisy.
Have a great weekend!
Number Crunching (13th September) More Numeracy challenges today as we tried to outwit one another once again...
World War How? (13th September) Just how did the UK prepare for WWII? Here's how! Art by Elizabeth, Crystal and Lyla.
Great Value (11th September) Numeracy in action as we used our Place Value knowledge to try and outwit each other!
Out Of This World (9th September)
You may recall that last term we were studying the Space Race and Apollo moon missions. At the end of term we wrote to astronauts Michael Collins and Buzz Aldrin... Look what came back to us all the way from America!
Art Attack! (6th September) We had a smashing time with some World War II art work... Have a great weekend!
Tables Time (5th September) Maths and Music in collision today as we tried our hand at Times Tables songs! Enjoy this example from Crystal. More songs coming soon.
The Who's Who Of World War II (3rd September)
Eighty years ago today WWII began. This afternoon we looked at some of the leaders of the time. One of them was this man: Winston Churchill. Art by Margot, Lyla, Isla, Eliza, Crystal, Elizabeth, Viviann, Lily and Joe.
Lift Off! (3rd September) Jackson Pollock meets Pop Art! Enjoy this art work from our Transfer Days.
Tuesdays (from 10/9/19): Swimming
Thursdays (from 12/9/19): Multiplication Tables test
Reading books will come home every day. Additional homework is under review.
Areas we will be looking at in the near future: