Key Stage One in their costumes ready to perform their nativity, ‘Christmas Counts’.
The children had a spotty start to the school day this morning. The effort the children made was fantastic to see. With all of them having to donate £1 for the privilege of wearing something spotty, Children in Need will be a few pounds better off. Well done to all the parents for their support.
A huge harvest thank you to all who donated food to create this massive harvest feast. The donations will be collected by the Newton Aycliffe Foodbank in the next couple of days.
We have a lot going on in school at the moment. Harvest Festival is fast approaching and we are looking forward to receiving donations of food for the Newton Aycliffe FoodBank. There is more information about what’s happening in our latest Newsletter. Have a read!
Pictures of our latest open evening displays.
What a wonderful afternoon spent showcasing the talent of our Key Stage 1 children! The standard of talent was higher than ever! The winners of each category are: Singers 1st Kitty-Rae Wilson-Lee 2nd Ruby Caygil & Rhyss Craggs 3rd Holly Hebenstreit Entertainment 1st Jake Hall, Finley Harrop & Jack Herron 2nd Lucas Horner 3rd Albie Pipe-Fahey Dancers 1st Arthur Shotton 2nd Maddison Dixon 3rd
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Did you know that Year 6 pupils have gone to France? Well, we have! It has been brilliant … warm weather… learning more about the Battles of the Somme and the fact that we were there thinking about the centenary of the start of the Somme Warfare. We also saw Thiepe Val, an amazing monument to the soldiers, a visit to Lochnagar Crater.. ever
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The annual KS1 talent show takes place on the 13th of July. Rehearsals take place on Monday the 11th and Tuesday the 12th of July. Please make sure children have costumes or props for these two dates. We expect another fantastic turn out to showcase the talent we have here in KS1.
On Tuesday 17th May Key Stage One went off to the farm! How amazing was our day out? FANTASTIC! Ask you child what they have learned and how much they enjoyed their day. All the adults enjoyed their day with beautifully behaved, well- mannered and inquisitive children. Which part did they enjoy the most…?
We held our annual Key Stage 2 talent show today and as always the talent on display was fantastic. The judges had a real tough time deciding a 1st, 2nd and 3rd place in the singing, dancing and variety categories. But after much deliberation a decision was made. Pictured are the 1st, 2nd and 3rd place winners. Thanks to our three judges Mrs Gargan, Miss
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