Wonderful Wallington!

We had a great time at Wallington Hall ! We followed the story trail and learnt all about the story of the Wallington dragons.

Welcome to Carr Hill Primary School

Those of you who know our school well will appreciate how special our school is as a community of young learners. Our pupils are magnificent and not a day goes by without us celebrating the individual efforts and collective achievements of our children as they sparkle and shine.

Our main goal is to keep our children safe, provide them with an environment and curriculum which reinforces basic skills and opens up those opportunities enabling all children to make good progress. We enable this by ensuring our staff work together providing a welcoming, inclusive offer to all our children, underpinned with a commitment to quality first teaching.

As Headteacher, never a day goes by without me being grateful for the tremendous efforts of our staff and the outstanding relationships that exist with our pupils which spur on their hunger for learning and pride in their school.

Finally, we cannot do our jobs effectively without the support of our parents and carers. Together we can raise the aspirations of our children, aim higher and realise the world is their oyster, there to be explored and become successful in. So many of our past pupils have gone on to succeed, whether it has been gaining higher qualifications, graduating from university, accessing employment or entering apprentice training and then the workplace.

The pathway to this success begins here, in a child’s primary school. In Carr Hill we want the best for all our children. It’s part of our essential school DNA, and long term commitment to our children and their families.

Callum Kidd, Headteacher

Important Dates - SAT's Tests

  • Year 6 pupils take their Key Stage 2 SATs week commencing 14th May 2018;
  • Years 3, 4 and 5 have their optional SATs week commencing 21st May 2018;
  • Year 2 pupils have ongoing assessments throughout May/June 2018.

Please click below to pay for school meals and uniforms online:

Gateshead Council, Northumbria Police and partners have worked together to develop a new Hate Crime strategy to tackle hate incidents in the borough. This was approved by the Community Safety Board in April 2016.

Follow the link below for further information:

Hate Crime Awareness and Reporting in Gateshead

We have recently set up an online fundraising account  to help raise funds for our School Fund Account, funds which are then used towards educational visits for your child.  Please click here easyfundraising.doc  for further information.

Attendance for the week of 4th – 8th June 2018

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Whole School attendance this week

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Whole School attendance so far this year

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Class Champion so far this year is Year 5 (Mrs McClean)

children have 100% attendance so far this year

The Top 3 Highest Attendance Awards this week are

  • Y2a – Miss Henry 100%
  • Rec 2 – Mrs Lee 97.1%
  • Y5/6 – Mr McGill 96.8%

Other Class Attendance This Week

  • Rec 1 – Miss Dorner 94.5%
  • Y2b – Mr McGreevy 92.5%
  • Y4 Mrs Thompson 93%
  • Y1a – Mrs Chandler 93%
  • Y3 Mrs Henderson 94.2%
  • Y5 – Mrs McClean 95.5%
  • Y1b – Mrs Morris 95.2%
  • Y3/4 Mrs Moore 95.5%
  • Y6 – Miss Rickerby 93.9%

School News

Christmas Craft Day

The children in Key Stage One have had a lovely day visiting different classes.They have made lots of lovely crafts to take home to decorate their own homes. Have a look at the fun we've...

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A Night at the Theatre!

The Yr6 Bookclub children had a fabulous night at the Little Theatre, watching the production of Frankenstein. “Very atmospheric,” said Caitlin – “I loved the music,”announced Milly.

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Winner of our chocolate hamper!

Well done to our winner. A big ‘Thank you’ to everyone who donated chocolate and bought raffle tickets. We have raised £268 for a local homeless charity. A second, mixed hamper will be raffled off this time next week! Get your tickets everyone.

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YR6 Bookclub Children Visit the Little Theatre.

On Thursday 7th December, the children from our YR6 Bookclub visited the Little Theatre, to speak to the director of of the play Frankenstein. Having already read the book, a visit to see the stage, costumes and props, as well as speaking to the director, will hopefully prove invaluable when it comes to writing a piece of work relating to the book. Watch out for this.

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Y5/6 Green Fingers at St Alban’s Church

Year 5/6 grew green fingers to help plant some bulbs at our local church. Great job everyone - we can't wait to go back in spring and see the flowers of our labour! Can you share any top tips to plant bulbs...

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