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Governors have completed the process to recruit a new Headteacher, following Mr Kidd's request to take early retirement. We are delighted to share with you that, following a two day grueling interview process this week, Mr Harris, our current Deputy Headteacher, has...read more
We had a great time singing some wonderful songs at the Sage, Gateshead. We also enjoyed making our fabulous Easter hats!read more
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Each year we ask our pupils their opinions about their school. Last week we completed the Pupil Survey and had responses in four areas covering 24 questions. Select "About" and "Pupil Survey - January 2018" to see the results.read more
We have had so much fun in Nursery during December as we have been busy rehearsing and performing our nativity; making fabulous arts and crafts; dressing up and playing games during our first Christmas party and then finally ending it all with a Christmas Jumper Day!...read more
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...read more
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...read more
As part of our Ancient Greek topic this term Year 5/6 researched local buildings to see which had been inspired by Ancient Greek style architecture. We then visited Grey Street in Newcastle, took photographs and sketched some of the Doric, Ionic and Corinthian columns...read more
Last week as part of our English and History topic. We learnt all about mummification. We researched how the Egyptians mummified people once they had died ready for their journey into the afterlife. As we didn't have any bodies available we thought oranges were the...read more