Home PageLog inWELCOME BACK TO SCHOOL. Our COVID-19 page is available on the ‘Parent' tab. This includes the measures that will be in place to ensure the safety of those on our school site. Please view these measures and follow the guidance outlined. REACH FOR THE STARS... POSSIBILITIES...MAKING A DIFFERENCE...BOOKS BUILD BRAINS... ADVENTURE... Our school is 'good' in all Ofsted Framework areas. Our most recent report indicates: 'Thoughtful, high-quality care contributes well to the happy and harmonious school atmosphere.'
A visit from a Team GB athlete helped us to understand how it is possible to achieve your dreams by training as hard as you possibly can.
John Grundy is a local historian and TV presenter. He visited school tell us all about how he became interested in the past and how he became an authority on local history.
The possibility of travelling to Greenland was highlighted to our pupils as they discussed polar exploration with a scientist who had just returned from the region.
Speaking to other people in life about what they have achieved is a powerful way to inspire pupils. The Year 4 pupils received a call from explorers in the Antarctic in order to discuss their scientific work.
The possibility of competing against 550 other Newcastle athletes in the Newcastle Games is a great incentive run faster, throw further or jump longer!
We want to give our children as many opportunities as possible to try different activities. Here are our Year 4 children trying fencing!
‘Ada Lovelace Day’ gave us the opportunity to consider the vital contribution women have made to Science.
High standards are so important to support us in whatever we want to do in the future. These Year 4 writers are certainly striving for improvement this term!