Poetry Week

This week we have been reading We’re Going On a Bear Hunt by Michael Rosen and Helen Oxenbury as part of poetry week. We  looked at  onomatopoeia words which he uses to describe the movements through the different landscapes. We enjoyed making up our own sound words...

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Harvest Festival

Reverend Meg opened our Harvest Festival by explaining to the children that we would be sending our food donations to the Gateshead Food Bank. The Bible reading was about people giving money to those in need. Jesus said it was not about those who gave the most money,...

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Year 4 visited the Roman fort of Segedunum. In the morning we learned about the Celts and dressed up as them. We discovered the foods they would eat and how tomatoes, sweet corn and peppers hadn’t been imported to England at this time. People would eat stews and...

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Our Visit to the Baltic

As part of our Art topic, 'Local Artists, Urban Landscapes', we visited the Baltic Centre for Contemporary Art to take part in a workshop with a real working artist called Louise. We began by looking closely at and sketching landmarks on the Newcastle and Gateshead...

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Year 5 European Day of Languages and more

Year 5 are excited to start their special role within our school this year, due to the links they maintain with various international partnerships. Our work with China and Italy has enabled St Aidan’s School to develop deep and meaningful connections with children, of...

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  • March 22, 2019Parent Meetings
  • March 25, 2019Year 1 Achievement Assembly
  • April 1, 2019Film Night
  • April 1, 2019Reception Achievement Assembly
  • April 2, 2019Year 3 First Communion/Easter Service 9am
  • April 5, 2019Open Morning for parents
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Mrs Lesley Steele: Head Teacher
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St. Aidan’s Church of England Primary School
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Gateshead NE8 2HQ
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