“We enjoyed dressing up in clothing from the 19th Century and and taking part in many fun activities…comparing old photos from the 1900s, taking part in the real life history and taking photos of each other in different locations.
We were amazed to see the variety of photos that were taken in the past – cricketers, miners, elderly couples, soldiers, business men and families. Pin hole cameras were massive and really hard to carry around with you.
The pictures came out in black and white and you had to stay still for a few minutes before the picture was taken which made it hard to smile. In the past it cost a lot of money but now you just press a button without costing anything. Ipad cameras only take a few seconds to take the photo!”
Morpeth Cricket Club’s Junior Section have a number of places available for coaching and teams.
Congratulations to the following students who have been selected for the East Northumberland SFA U13 Girls Football Team.
- Ciara Callaghan
- Caitlin Love
- Jade Clapperton
- Lucy Coulson
- Alex Carr
- Anna Thompson
These 6 now make us the joint most represented school in the area. Well done girls!
You can now view the weekly pupil-parent bulletin online under the Parents menu.
Thankfully the weather was in our favour and 525 students and over 40 staff took part in the performance on the school yard – dancing to Shakira’s ‘It’s Time For Africa’.
Check out the photo gallery.
Some of our Year 7 students are off to Alpe d’Huez, France this week.
Follow their adventures here:
Good luck to all the Steel Pan groups who are performing in the Wansbeck Music Festival on Wednesday 18th March.
This takes place at The King Edward VI School in the Lower School Hall at 5pm.
There is a small charge by the Wansbeck Festival at the door for anyone who would like to go along and support them.
Find out more about the Wansbeck Music Festival on their website.