We are so proud to have achieved our ‘Healthy School Award’. Throughout the year we have taken part in many sporting activities, promoted mental health awareness, learned about healthy living and so much more. Our School council accepted the award on Friday which was presented by Chrissy Hardy, Public Health Practitioner. Congratulations to the whole school community!
Today, Year 5 had their Topic drop in session. This was a great opportunity for parents and grand parents to come into school and work with their children. There were a range of carousel activities on each table all about ‘North America’. The children thoroughly enjoyed the different activities and we could see how much the adults enjoyed it too. Thank you to everyone who attended. We hope you had a productive morning.
Year One enjoyed an amazing day at Saltwell Park. We had lots of fun in the park, playing football on the field, playing on the climbing frame and the carousel. We ate our tasty packed lunches in the fresh air and we were relieved that everyone found their way out of the maze! We topped off the day with ice creams for everyone. Yum yum! The weather was perfect and so were the children. Happy days and many happy memories!
This letter has been forwarded to all Year 3 children who may be wanting to prepare for their First Holy Communion in May 2019. The original letter states the date to be 19th July, however this has had to be changed to the 17th July as the letter below states. Hope to see you all then.
Yesterday, Year Two enjoyed a trip to Adventure Valley. First, they all went on the bus and they were so excited! Once the children arrived at Adventure Valley, they went to the minibeast experience. The children had to be brave and hold lots of different minibeasts. They held a snake, Giant African Land Snails and a gecko.
Afterwards, the children enjoyed exploring all of Adventure Valley by visiting the different animals, going to the park and having fun in the soft play.
The children had so much fun and their behaviour was outstanding!
Some children visited st Wilfred’s senior school today to take part in their languages festival. The children visited lots of stalls and took part in activities from a range of countries, including Ecuador, Portugal, Wales and Sweden. They even tried some food from different countries. We all had a great time.
Yesterday, this letter was sent home with the Y6 children and needs to be fully completed and returned to school no later than Monday 16th July.
As part of their community project, the children in Year Four were visited by some volunteers from Hebburn Helps today. They learnt all about the charity and plan to collect food, clothes and toys for their charity as well as raise awareness that the charity is there to help our families who need it.
On Thursday, two of our outstanding trainee teachers graduated as teachers. Mr Gorman and Mr Hunter both gained the highest grade. We are delighted for them and are lucky they trained with us.