A team of 6 children from Y4 took part in the South Tyneside Hockey Finals last week. The children played really well, winning two matches and losing one. They just missed out on progressing through to the semi-finals. Well done on a great effort!
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
The School Council for this academic year have been chosen, and our new Y6 House Captains have been elected! We know that they will all do a great job!
We have held another very successful family Christmas Craft afternoon, with so many families working together to create their annual Christmas Card. All 3 sessions throughout the afternoon and evening were full, which was fantastic to see. A big thank you to Mrs Limer and Miss Howes for running this fantastic event!
The whole school took part in an aerobic work-out as part of a sponsored event to raise money for the NSPCC. All of the children tried really hard in a range of exercises. A reminder that all forms and money needs to be in by the end of term.
Yesterday, we held our first family Liturgies of the year and the theme was Oscar Romero. Each class prepared a special collective worship, based around the teachings of the priest from El Salvador. It was lovely that so many of our parents and grandparents were able to join us.
Year four had a fabulous time this week at The BIG SING at Sage Gateshead. They joined their voices together with hundreds of other primary school children from across the region to ‘sing their socks off’!! The theme this year was songs from the movies and musicals so there were certainly some favourites from DisneyContinue Reading
Last week, we took 35 children from Key Stage 2 to Monkton Stadium to take part in the South Tyneside QuadKids Athletic Tournament. The children all competed in 4 events – a sprint, a lap, the long jump and the howler (mini javelin). The children all performed brilliantly and there were some super individual performances.Continue Reading
Year 4 performed brilliantly at the tennis festival today. With a team of 4 girls and 4 boys they battled against other schools in their group to score points. Everyone won at least one or more of their matches against some stiff competition from 11 other school teams. They finished a fantastic joint second inContinue Reading