What a truly wonderful week we have had displaying our amazing gifts and talents but most importantly having lots of fun!
EYFS Christmas Play
What a success! Our little angels, shepherds, animals and inkeepers made us all very proud!
Year 1 and 2 at the Dance Festival
Wow! What brave children getting up in front of a full hall on a real stage and performing our Gruffalo dance at Bishop Barrington. Well done!
KS1 and KS2 Christmas Peformance- Straw and Order
We saw many characters from cool shepherds to bouncy sheep, quizzing wise men to one grumpy judge! Our children really made us proud in the spectacular performances they gave!
Christmas Dinner and Jumper Day
We went to Bishop Auckland College to see their version of Dick Whittington (OH NO YOU DIDN’T!)- what a great performance and we had so much fun!
Creative Craft afternoon
Thank you to all of the adults who came and helped us make our super christmassy crafts!
Following our recent school raffle, we have the following unclaimed items. Please Note any prize containing alcohol cannot be taken home by our pupils.
Please contact the school office to claim your prize .
After our Remembrance mass, we joined together with our friends at Victoria Lane Academy and processed to the War Memorial Garden! We took part in a service led by Fr Gary from St James’ church; we prayed for the fallen of our community and thanked God for their sacrifice, courage and bravery. Rest in Peace.
|They shall grow not old, as we that are left grow old:
Age shall not weary them, nor the years condemn.
At the going down of the sun and in the morning
We will remember them.
by Robert Laurence Binyon
You can view our latest Ofsted report, following our inspection on the 18th and 19th of September 2018, on the School Performance section of our website.
We had the DHL gang deliver a lesson on road safety with the help of a huge Argos van! We got to go inside the van and learned all about blind spots and where not to play near a van or lorry.
Wow! What an amazingly fun day with our Bouncy Castle outside … we couldn’t resist taking lots of snaps of the children!
What a wonderful afternoon we had in Class McGough at the Locomotion Museum in Shildon.
Our tour guides led us around the museum but, most importantly, we got to go inside of the Flying Scotsman! So exciting!
Then, we built train tracks using giant building equipment.
At the end of the day, we had a quick stop in the park before heading home!
Wow, what an amazing week year 6 have had! It all began with a visit to Forbidden Corner, where we looked for all the hidden rooms and secret passageways. On Tuesday, we burnt off lots of energy by taking part in: laser tag, bowling, trampolining, climbing and virtual reality, at ROF59 and Planet Leisure. We couldn’t possibly say who won at the bowling and the laser!!!! Wednesday was seaside day. Thursday we pedaled for our lives on the smoothie bike. Finally, Friday was sports day with a win for the purple team. We are totally worn out but have had a super time.