Welcome to our website

We would like to take this opportunity to welcome you and your child to the Biddick Hall Junior School website.

At our school we believe it is important to form partnerships with parents.We intend to create within school a warm, caring and welcoming atmosphere for pupils, parents and staff.

We aim to produce an atmosphere of industry and purpose in which our children will be happy, secure and enthusiastic about learning.

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Mrs Michelle Collinson.

Head Teacher

 

Rugby in Year 5!

On Wednesday 1st November, 3 squads of 12 children went to Boldon School to take part in a Rugby Tournament.  The children played extremely well, developed fantastic team skills and had exemplary sportsmanship.  One of our teams – Team B came first in their group, receiving a medal each.  The other two teams came second in their groups.  A great result!

 

Hinduism in RE in Year 3.

This term, Year 3 have been studying Hinduism in RE and had the amazing opportunity to take part in a Hindu workshop where we learned about Diwali, the Festival of Light. Some of us even got the chance to dress up in fantastic costumes to act out the story of Rama and Sita. A fantastic time had by all!

Harvest Festival deliveries!

On the afternoon of Friday 13th October, class 6JO went out to deliver donations of Harvest food to our neighbours who live in the bungalows near school.  All those who answered the doors we knocked on were extremely grateful for the gift.  It was a lovely afternoon!

Year 4 visit Jarrow Hall

Year 4 had a very interesting visit to Jarrow Hall.

We enjoyed finding out about about an Anglo Saxon Village. We found out about the farm and sampled riddle telling and traditional biscuits around the fire in the Grand Hall.

We dressed up as warriors and recreated our own battle.

We told the story of Beowulf and looked for Anglo Saxon treasure.

Year 4 visit All Saint’s Church

Year 4 went for a visit to All Saints Church as part of their RE studies.

Year 3 visit The Word.

This week, Year 3 visited The Word to take part in a Lego WeDo Programming Workshop.  The children thoroughly enjoyed building Lego models and then programming them to make them move.

Year 6 Greek Pots

We have discussed the ways in which we know about people who lived in Ancient Greek times.  Year 6 researched, designed and made Greek pots.  When they are dry, we will be painting and decorating them to show aspects of Ancient Greek life.

Year 6 football tournament at Boldon School