A team of Key Stage 2 children represented St Matthew’s at the annual Sportsability Festival at St Joseph’s Academy on Friday. The children had the opportunity to experience new sports such as curling, boules and volleyball. All of the children performed well and were a real credit to St Matthews! Well done! Also a specialContinue Reading
Letter to parents Spring 2018
On Friday, we enjoyed the annual performance of The Holly and the Ivy, who entertained us with a mixture of festive songs, stories and dancing. It felt especially Christmassy, as we were all wearing our Christmas Jumpers in aid of St Clare’s Hospice, Jarrow. What an enjoyable way to end the week! More photos andContinue Reading
During Art this term- Year 3 have been producing work on shadow art- using Halloween as a theme. Here are some examples of their work. Apologies for the delay in publishing!!!
Consultation on Admission Arrangements for St Matthew’s RC Primary School, Jarrow – 2019/2020 Where changes to admission arrangements are intended, all schools are required to consult before these are determined and published. The policy for consultation for 2019-20 is available on the link below and in the Admissions section of the Website. The consultation willContinue Reading
Today, our Mini-Vinnies challenged the school to wear Hoody’s in celebration of Youth Sunday this weekend. They also planned and delivered a super assembly on the importance of the Youth in today’s world and devised a pupil v teacher quiz. We will announce the winner of this next week! Well done Mini Vinnies- a greatContinue Reading
As part of Anti-Bullying week, Key Stage 2 took part in some drama workshops, where they were asked to think about what bullying is and how do we stop it. Natalie from Bigfoot Arts North East also led a whole school assembly, where the children were asked to think about the word ‘Respect’. //
Key Stage 2 took part in the South Tyneside Cross Country Finals at Temple Park. All of the children ran extremely well and we were delighted to win 4 out of the 8 team competitions. A special well done to the Y3 girls, Y4 boys and girls and the Y6 girls, who won their events.Continue Reading