Early Years Visits, Proposed for 2020-2021
Key Stage 1 Visits, Proposed for 2020-2021
Lower Key Stage 2 Visits, Proposed for 2020-2021
Upper Key Stage 2 Visits, Proposed for 2020-2021
2019-2020 Educational Visits
Year 6 - Eden Camp, 9.10.19
The children in Year 6 visited Eden Camp as part of their unit of work on World War Two. The day provided a great opportunity for the children to experience what life was like during WWII and use this knowledge to support their English and Topic work.
Year 4 - Murton Park, 15.10.19
The children in year 4 visited Murton Park, which supported their knowledge and understanding of the Stone Age and it's impact on the modern day.
Year 2 - A visit from Florence Nightingale, 17.10.19
The children in Year 2 were visited by Florence Nightingale herself. They took part in role play activities, had the opportunity to ask questions and explore her role. The children had the opportunity to discover what life was like during this time and use this knowledge to support their English and Topic work.
Year 5 - Jorvik Viking centre, 13.11.19
The children in Year 5 visited Jorvik Viking centre in York to experience what life was like as a Viking. Children developed their knowledge and understanding of the importance of archaeology as the took part in many 'dig' activities. By experiencing life as a Viking, the children developed their knowledge and used this to support their written work back in school.
Year 3 - The Rainbow Factory, 21.11.19
The children in year 3 visited The Rainbow Factory in Leeds to develop their knowledge, understanding and skills in story telling. The children enjoyed a range of activities and performances based around the many books written by Julia Donaldson and developed their ability to write ambitious descriptions of characters and settings.
Year 1 - The Deep, 23.01.20 and 24.01.20
The children in year 1 visited The Deep in Hull to develop their knowledge of different creatures that live in the world's oceans and seas. The children enjoyed looking at creatures from penguins to sharks to starfish and loved discussing what they saw. They completed a workshop to learn from the expert aquarists and developed their vocabulary and their knowledge. Back in school they are applying their knowledge to improve their geographical knowledge of the world in which we live.
Whole School - Cinderella Theatre Company Visit, 30.01.20
The children from Reception to Year 6 thoroughly enjoyed our annual Pantomime, this year was Cinderella and they loved it! Please see just some of the photographs below to see what they experienced.