April 14, 2014
Easter Art Competition
During the weeks before the Easter holidays the whole school took part in a range of art activities linked to Easter.
We had a number of visitors who discussed the meaning of Easter and we used this to help us create artworks based on the symbol of the cross.
Art from each year was displayed and judged by one of our visitors Andy Gawn. Click on the link below to see a full list of winners.Easter Art Winners.docx
April 11, 2014
Awesome Easter Eggs
Children across the school egg-celled themselves this year with some wonderful egg creations. Mr Malik and Mrs Atkinson found the task of judging the winners particularly difficult and enjoyed seeing the creations that the children had obviously spent a great deal of time and effort making by themselves.
As always, prizes were a selection of lovely chocolate eggs. Click on the link below to see a full list of prize winners.
Easter Egg Winners.docx
April 4, 2014
Olympic Attendance Medal table
March 27, 2014
After weeks practising our skills at Hockey Club, Year 3/4 went to Cardinal Hume school to participate in the Gateshead School's Hockey Tournament. When we arrived we were all feeling a little nervous. However, our nerves quickly disappeared when we won three out of our first four games, taking us through to the winning group to play the final few games. Unfortunately, we lost the first game but were able to pick ourselves up and win the following three games. All of the hard work paid off, when it was announced that we came second out of 16 teams, winning silver medals. Well done to all of those who both participated and came along to support the rest of their team members.
Gateshead Schools Dance Festival
After weeks perfecting their dance, the children from the Happy Feet dance club went to the Sage Gateshead to perform in the Gateshead Schools Dance Festival. They children were a credit to themselves and the school and danced their socks off opening the show at the festival! It was a joy to watch and an amazing experience for the children to be dancing up on the stage at the Sage. Well done to every who took part.