Mrs Kelly and Mrs Stringer work in Year 6,
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Year 6 joined members of the Ryton community, including local MP Liz Twist, to name the tree stump sculpture that they helped to design and to choose a name for. It was a really special moment for everyone involved and we were delighted to be involved in such a lovely…
Lots of challenge in this activity – setting ourselves a goal to climb as high as possible on the climbing walls or tower or moving quickly across the bouldering wall to get points for the team!
On guard! Trying out fencing was a lot of fun. Some of the children were naturals at it! Problem solving helped us to develop our cooperation skills and we also learned to light a fire.
Class six really enjoyed shooting arrows at the archery range. There were quite a few bull’s eyes too!
One of the highlights of the visit is the High Equilibrium activity. Pushing ourselves to climb as high as we can – some of us even made it right to the top to stand on the see-saw!
Day one at Kingswood started with a walk in the woods followed by an obstacle course.
The reigning Gateshead champions were back at the Eagles arena on Friday night to compete in the Champion of Champions tournament. They played against all of the other regional champions to play for the honour of being the North Eastern Champion. Sadly a spot in the…
The children in Years 5 and 6 were joined by the Newcastle Eagles for an afternoon of health, fitness and basketball. They started with a fitness station where the children learnt all about the importance of exercise and why they need to keep fit and played a game of…
Year six enjoyed learning out macrophotography this week. They even had a go at taking some of their own photographs using this technique. We think the results are pretty impressive!
Here you will find information about the upcoming residential to Kingswood. This is the presentation shared at the meet the teacher event. KW-490-Powerpoint-Presentation-Dukeshouse-Wood-1Download