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Reading buddies

As part of book week,Year 2 had a visit from Year 6. The children had lots of fun reading their favorite books to each other.As you can see they all had a great time together and hope they will get a chance to do it again in the future. [gallery...

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Sharing books

As part of book week, each class visited another one in school to share a book and discuss it. There were lots of smiles and chat when year 4 visited reception. Not only did the children talk about their books but they were also able to talk about their understanding...

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Year 3 Achievement Assembly

Today was Year 3's achievement assembly. The children talked about change and thought about situations where change is easy and hard. They then spoke about how the teachings of Jesus still inspire change in people today. One of the examples we looked at was Mother...

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Titanic Models

In preparation for our History topic and as part of their half term homework, Year 2 were challenged to find out about the Titanic and build models of it using different junk materials at home with their parents and caregivers. All we can say is WOW! Thank you so much...

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Salsa , Waka Waka or Haka ?

In PE this half term Year 6's topic is dance.They were given a choice of three dances The Haka, Salsa or Waka Waka( a modern dance based on a traditional African dance ). Watch the video below to see which one they chose. https://vimeo.com/320692360...

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Important eSafety update

Dear Parents and Carers, following news in the press about the 'MOMO Challenge' we would like to offer you the following advice from Parentzone: While scrolling through the news or social media, you may have glanced an image depicting a stretched, disfigured face with...

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We Are Poets

In Year 1 we got straight back into our routines and worked very hard after enjoying our rest. In English we are going to be looking at poetry by Christina Rossetti and began today by looking at her poem 'Ferry Me'. After discussing what we thought the poem was going...

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Boccia @ Gateshead Leisure Centre

Children from Years 3,5 and 6 took part in a Boccia competition at Gateshead Leisure Centre. Boccia is a bowls type target sport in which players propel balls nearer to a target than their opponents. The children played in teams of three against other children in the...

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  • June 17, 2019Year 6 Residential to Holy Island
  • June 19, 2019Year 1 and 2 Games club
  • June 20, 2019KARATE CLUB CANCELLED
  • June 20, 2019Karate Club
  • June 24, 2019Year 2 Achievement Assembly 9am
  • June 25, 2019Yoga Club
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St. Aidan’s Church of England Primary School
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