💙For all those who have or know people with Autism we have discovered that the Metrocentre has a new scheme going, at each information desk they have a backpack that contains sunglasses, ear defenders, egg times, visual symbols, fidget spinners etc and an orange wristband that allows all staff to be aware that the child/person is autistic. It is a £10 refundable deposit. Also the first Tuesday 10-11 and the first Saturday 9-10 they have a quiet hour where participating shops will reduce lighting sound and tannoy announcements. Do visit Metrocentre website for more information.💙
As a celebration of our Fairy Tales topic, Year One have designed, created and evaluated their own houses today.
We used a range of biscuits and had to work as a team to build our houses.
Which biscuit do you think is the strongest?
This morning, Year 6 were lucky enough to be invited to Cleadon Academy to take part in their annual careers fair. The children were able to meet with adults from all different professions and discuss what their jobs entail. They also got to try out equipment, tools and uniforms to try out what it might be like to work in areas such as: the emergency services, law, building and architecture, medicine and dentistry, sport and fitness, science and pharmaceuticals. I hope the children came away inspired about their futures!