Go Read Bus – The Northern Echo

The Northern Echo

 

Go North East bus to take Spennymoor children on imagination’s adventures

 

A BUS has been transformed into an inspirational learning environment to encourage students with special educational needs to read for fun and improve literacy skills.

 

https://www.thenorthernecho.co.uk/news/local/southdurham/17369609.go-north-east-bus-to-take-spennymoor-children-on-imaginations-adventures/

Go Read Bus, The Official Opening

the official opening was carried out by Terry Deary, writer of the Horrible Histories books and numerous others.  It was an excellent afternoon with Miss England,  Asda colleagues, cre8ive, Ambic and Go North East all in attendance.  A special mention to Liz Million and Lisette Auton, two inspiring writers and illustrators and Jack Cornish – our very own published author.    The bus will provide an inspiring reading space.    Thank you to everyone involved,  the bus is amazing!

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10R ICT

10R – fun and games using the touchscreen and EyeGaze equipment.

Sensory Science – brrrrrr it’s cold !

Pupils in 10R are learning about different temperatures this term. Today we explored frozen paints, pupils made marks with them and watched how the paints melted. We filled balloons with watercolours and froze them, they looked like giant marbles. We added salt and watched closely to see how the ice changed, we could even hear it cracking. Finally we added hot water and watched the ice melt leaving us with coloured water.

Chad first aid

The year 11 CHAD group completed a Royal Life Saving workshop today held by Barbara Broadbelt from the Royal Lifesaving Society. Thanks to all concerned.

Keep safe online

Anyone’s children get a new phone or tablet off Father Christmas? Well here’s some tips for how to keep their device safe.

Happy Christmas

Wishing all of our pupils and their families a very happy Christmas. We’ll see you all next year!

Fundraising for St Paul’s

CHAD group and Mrs De Muschamp have been working to raise money for St Paul’s centre who are providing Christmas dinners to those who are alone at Christmas. The whole school contributed to a hamper which was then raffles off. A grand total of £132 was raised. Thankyou to all involved.

KS4 Bowling

Pupils took part in reward trips to celebrate all their good work and behaviour over the last term. Some of out pupils went bowling in Sunderland.