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  • 29/11/22

    Architects for a Day

    During Anti-Bullying Week, the Lindisfarne class created a mind map of how learners should feel in school, including words such as “safe”, “happy” and “somewhere that people are kind to each other”. 
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  • 25/11/22

    Lindisfarne’s Livelihoods

    This week, the Lindisfarne class created an Aspirations Alphabet and discussed their own dream careers.
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  • 21/11/22

    Fish are friends not food

    Bamburgh have been looking into the environmental effects of pollution within the sea. Our budding Marine Archaeologists have looked for facts and figures about how much plastic ends up in the sea and how we can stop it. As part of their creative writing they have written letters to and from the fis...
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  • 18/11/22

    Anti-Bullying Week 2022

    For Anti-bullying week, Alnwick have created an anti-bullying pledge. The learners used their computing skills to type the pledge out. They all decorated a hand each to represent that they would not use their hands for hitting.
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  • 16/11/22

    Reduce, Reuse, Recycle

    The Lower Site Learners have been learning about the importance of recycling and how we can reduce the amount of waste we make while reusing and recycling materials to create something beautiful.
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  • 15/11/22

    KS2 Parents Evening Feedback

      We received some fantastic feedback from parents and carers at our KS2 parents evening feedback:
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  • 15/11/22

    A Stich in Time Saves Nine!!

    Sensory stimulation is the activation of one or more of the senses including taste, smell, vision, hearing, and touch. Benefits of sensory stimulation include:
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  • 14/11/22

    The Importance of Reading

    At Trinity Academy Newcastle Lower Site we know that growing up in a household where reading is valued is important in so many ways, not least on achievement. We know that children who read for pleasure at school and at home have more positive attitudes towards reading.  We are lucky enoug...
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  • 08/11/22

    Firework Safety

    Miss Hunter ran an assembly on Firework Safety last week. Learners watched a safety video before discussing how to stay safe around fireworks.
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  • 20/10/22

    Reading

    At Trinity we recognise that being able to read is a key life skill. Therefore, we make reading an absolute priority. We believe that every teacher should be an advocate for reading and so we are devoting time to training staff, so they are fully equipped to support the teaching and enjoyment of rea...
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  • 05/10/22

    Computing

    During this week’s KS3 computing lesson we have been going through the principles of information and computation, how digital systems work and how to put this knowledge to use through programming.
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  • 03/10/22

    MacMillan Coffee Morning

    Friday 30th September 2022 was our favourite day of the year, time to enjoy a cup of coffee and a slice of cake with our nearest and dearest and raise money for a cause close to all our hearts.
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