Class One enjoyed Forest School on Tuesday 2nd July 2019. When asked to describe what it was like they said it was ‘awesome’, ‘cool’, ‘fantastic’, ‘incredible’ and ‘amazing’. The children set up camp on the field and then spent the morning making prayer flags, decorating pots to hang on the […]
The Year 4 Cricket Team played very well in the Staindrop Academy Competition at Raby Castle yesterday. The whole team played their part winning 3 out of 4 games and narrowly missing out on a place in the A Team Final – Well done Team Bowes!!!
Russian Visitor We have recently had a Russian visitor in school. Julia Pavlova came from north of Moscow to Bowes Hutchinson’s. She talked to us about her school in Russia a little bit. She taught us about life in Russia. She taught us Russian but it was difficult. This what […]
Class 2 are doing a science project starting this week. They are investigating the best conditions needed to grow healthy plants. The children have taken kits home and have a sheet to fill in noting: 1. When the plant is watered. 2. If it has been a sunny day. 3. […]
The children made the most of a sunny Spring day to spend the afternoon doing Forest School activities. Class 1 were first to toast marshmallows on the fire wok. Once cooked they were finished off with a dip in chocolate. The children also enjoyed making colourful Easter sticks. We were […]
As part of British Science Week Class One have been growing seeds. First they made predictions about what might happen. Then they sowed the seeds and waited. We are looking forward to seeing if our predictions are correct.
We all had a great day at Hardwick Park doing Christmas Forest School activities. Class 1 had a very busy day walking around the park and developing our Forest School skills, learning about the natural Christmas trees and plants. We learnt about natural Christmas decorations and made our own crowns. […]
We have, again, been taking part in the BBC Science Live lesson about feet and adaptation. Although only designed for year 5 and 6 we took the opportunity to include all of KS1 and KS2 this proved to be a great idea as KS1 have been learning about how animals […]
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