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Scrumptious Sandwiches

Year 2 have been reading the story 'Mr Grinling the lighthouse keeper's lunch.' We so inspired by all the scrumptious lunches he had that we decided to write instructions for our own sandwiches. Once we had written the instructions we made our very own delicious...

Art Club

In art club this week we have been practicing our pencil skills. With the weather being so glorious we took our pencil skills outside in the...

National Children’s Book Week

To celebrate National Children's book week we completed lots of exciting activities around story books. Year 4 also chose our new Author of the Month as Rachel Renee Russell. On Friday afternoon we had a great time reading some of our favourite books to our families....

Spelling Bee

Nine Year 5 pupils attended the Gateshead Spelling Bee to compete against 16 other schools. Their knowledge of homophones, silent letters and prefixes was put to the test and they worked extremely hard. Well done...

Art Club

The first session of Art Club has been fantastic! We have had lots of fun.  Have a look at what we have...

Book Week in Nursery

As our topic is all about bears this half term, we have been looking at the book ‘We’re Going on a Bear Hunt’ for Children’s Book Week. The book is full of repeated refrains so it has been great fun having the children join in with telling the story and doing actions...

Min Vinnies – Books for Refugees

A massive thank you to everyone who donated their old children’s books to give to local refugee families. The Mini Vinnies met with John to talk about where the books would go and they helped pack them up in his van ready to deliver to the families. He is going to...

Sikh Visitor

Years 2, 4, 5 and 6 welcomed Cloud Singh into their classrooms to explore the Sikh faith. Cloud said he was delighted with the children’s attitudes and interesting questions. We learned lots about the 5 Ks and the Gurdwara. Thank you very much Cloud for sharing your...

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