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Undertow

For in the deep your bones will lay.
Like buried treasure and sad decay.
Though the whale of sadness took a dive.
And dragged your body still alive. 18 more words

Poetry

It Was A Gruelling Day In Year 6.

In Narwhals and Orcas we decided to try some cooking in true Victorian style – work with what we had, lob it in and hope for the best! 142 more words

Whole School

Christianity Around the World

This week Year 6 have been exploring how Christianity differs around the world. We debated if Christianity has informed local culture, or if churches and worship are actually informed by their location.  56 more words

Whole School

Victorian Computing 

This week in computing we have been learning about the Jaquard loom construction and we have tried to make our own patterns. We found out how hard it is to weave by hand and how a programmable machine changed how patterns could be made. 12 more words

Whole School

Outstanding Collaborative Work Locates Pinnace of HMS Royal Oak

HMS Royal Oak Steam Pinnace Located

The tragic story of the loss of HMS Royal Oak in the first weeks of the Second World War is well known in Orkney and further afield, but there has always been mystery surrounding the location of one of the small vessels that was used by sailors attempting to escape from the sinking battleship. 566 more words

Orkney News

Shiptime Maritime Archaeology Project Orkney - HMS Royal Oak Steam Pinnace Located

The tragic story of the loss of HMS Royal Oak in the first weeks of the Second World War is well known in Orkney and further afield, but there has always been mystery surrounding the location of one of the small vessels that was used by sailors attempting to escape from the sinking battleship. 1,070 more words

Archaeology

The Great Orca Bake Off continues...

Another fantastic cake turned up on my desk today and as much as I wanted to take it home, I thought I better share with Orca class and Mr Lane. 17 more words

Whole School