Over the last half term, the eco kids have been encouraging their class to recycle paper using the recycling box in the classroom. Today, we examined the waste that is being put into the general waste bin and found out that we have succeeded! There is very little paper in these bins which we were re
This morning the whole school walked to St. Mary’s Church for our Easter service. We all joined in singing Easter songs… thank you to Mrs Marshall, Mrs Smith and all of Year Two who provided us with the story of Easter and musical instruments during the songs! Article 28, 29 and article 30
Wow! Look at the wonderful entries submitted by the talented children from Nursery to Year 6 in our, ‘My North East’ art competition. On view at Whickham Library from now until the end of the Easter break. Why don’t you pop in and take a look? Article 29
Next weekend (Saturday 24th) it is the annual Easter Egg Hunt held at the Hermitage garden. It would be lovely to see lots of you there supporting this community event. It starts at 10am until 3pm. There is a guaranteed chocolate egg for everyone who completes the hunt. There is a small char
Many of our children were moved by the images shown on the BBC documentary Blue Planet showing the impact of humans on the environment. As a result, an Eco Team has been established with children from KS1 and KS2, along with adult representatives, who will take the lead i
What a great treat everyone had at Front Street this morning! The Mayor of Gateshead came to our assembly to listen to our Rota Kids talk about their job roles and what they have been doing in the community. The children were presented with a rota badge and wristband which they will wear around scho
So as we can’t be at school today I thought we could do with a World Book Day challenge: Who can find a snowy place to read? I can’t wait to see the pictures on Monday. There might even be some prizes! Bonus question: Which book am I reading?