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REACH FOR THE STARS THROUGH LEARNING...POSSIBILITIES...MAKING A DIFFERENCE...BOOKS BUILD BRAINS...ADVENTURE...Great attendance this past week - 96.3% across the school. Well done the under-9 football team who won the Newcastle Schools’ Cup. Have a look across the website at all our great STEM Week learning activities related to bees. 96.2% attendance for this school year - well done Westerhope. LATEST OFSTED REPORT PUBLISHED. Our school is 'good' in all Ofsted Framework areas. 'Thoughtful, high-quality care contributes well to the happy and harmonious school atmosphere.' Well done to all our pupils, staff and school community for their efforts in contributing to an excellent report. Department of Education data indicates no better performing school within a 75 mile radius with similar key stage 1 scores. WELL DONE WESTERHOPE.

Spring 2

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STEM week has started! Children reflected on what they already knew about bees.

STEM week has started! Children reflected on what they already knew about bees. 1

19.3.19 Year 6 children had great fun, showed perseverance and developed their reasoning skills by taking part in the 'Crystal Conundrum!'

Year 6 had a great time learning about the process of mummification and then working collaboratively to write a poem, song or rap to teach others. We performed them in front of our class mates.

Year 6 played a game to consolidate their knowledge of 2D shape properties such as parallel lines, perpendicular lines, lines of symmetry etc

Year 6 played a game to consolidate their knowledge of 2D shape properties such as parallel lines, perpendicular lines, lines of symmetry etc 1
Year 6 played a game to consolidate their knowledge of 2D shape properties such as parallel lines, perpendicular lines, lines of symmetry etc 2
Year 6 played a game to consolidate their knowledge of 2D shape properties such as parallel lines, perpendicular lines, lines of symmetry etc 3

Rinke, a Northumbria University lecturer, worked with the children in Year 6 learning about classification of living organisms.

Rinke, a Northumbria University lecturer, worked with the children in Year 6 learning about classification of living organisms. 1
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