Well done to 6 Red and 7 Blue who achieved 100% attendance last week.
Well done also to 6 Blue achieving 99.3%, 4 Red 98%,3 Blue 97.3%, 2 Red 96.5% and Reception Red 96.6%.
Today we had some very special visitors in Nursery. The chicks, which hatched last week in our reception class, came to see us. We all held them and talked about what they felt like. We could hear them making chirping noises too. The children were all very sensible. They understood that we had to be gentle and quiet with the chicks, to keep them safe and make sure we didn’t scare them.
Today we held our first special Attendance Assembly which will become a weekly event every Monday morning
An extra well done to 3 Blue who achieved 100% last week, 6 Blue and Reception Red who achieved 99%.
Well done to 1 Blue and 1 Red who achieved 97% and 4 Red and Reception Blue who achieved 96%
The overall attendance has improved to 95.65%
South Tyneside’s Spring Holiday Club
Monday 11 – Friday 22 April (excluding bank holidays)
You can now enrol your child in a free holiday club programme over the Easter holidays. There are
free places available for children and young people in South Tyneside who are eligible for benefits
related free school meals or from a family experiencing hardship, where they can enjoy a variety of
creative and physical activities, alongside a nutritious meal every day.
Sessions include sports, arts, crafts and more!
All events are subject to availability and booking is essential. Activities and food are funded by the
Department for Education.
For more information and to book, visit www.southtyneside.gov.uk/holidayclub
Our Upper Key Stage Two Girls continued their unbeaten run in this year’s Primary School Girls’ Football League at Hebburn Comprehensive on Wednesday afternoon.
Up first was Bede Burn Primary and an evenly-matched game eventually ended in a 1-1 draw.
Next, we played St Oswald’s Hebburn and our girls re-discovered their winning ways with a 3-1 victory.
Well done girls and thanks too to Mrs Richardson for her support with the team.
The next round of games will be played on Wednesday 6th April.
We had a great day in 4 Blue’s classroom yesterday for a ‘Harry Potter’ inspired day. The children thoroughly enjoyed their day and embraced the experience. They began their day by taking part in a Harry Potter quiz, followed by a game of quidditch before break. After break, the children demonstrated their art skills by sketching Dobby followed by wand making. After lunch in ‘The Great Hall,’ the children made traditional ‘Butter beverages’ and met our surprise visitors, the owls.
The children creatively flew on a makeshift broomstick to play a tournament and scored lots of goals, whilst also trying to catch the Golden Snitch to win the game! This wasn’t an easy task as they had to avoid the bludgers.