Year 6


A huge thank you, to all who supported our scrumptious Cake Break event. You have managed to raise and incredible £503 for the local branch of the M.S. Society. Your fund raising efforts has helped to provide essential support for those suffering from M.S. £500 can fund a M.S. specialist nurse for


Thank you to everyone who requested a username to add comments to the website, we had a great response… If you have not requested a username but would like one please let me know your Initial, surname, email address and childs name and I will set one up for you. Thank you Miss Scott


On Friday 30th April the School Council spent some time preparing the school gardens for planting. Weeding and looking for worms is good fun on a sunny afternoon, everyone worked hard and Miss Scott was very proud of the children. The new greenhouse will hopefully be arriving soon and with some help


Every year on April 1st the staff at Front Street have to beware of Mr Lakey. He has managed to carry out April Fool jokes on numerous members of staff. However, this year Mrs MacDonald beat him hands down! Not satisfied with tying all of the chairs in his classroom to the desks she tied his car to


At Front Street we are keen to promote the positive aspects of good attendance and punctuality. Coming to school regularly is important to your child’s future. For example, children who miss school frequently can fall behind with their work and do less well in exams. Also good punctuality gets you


On Wednesday 24th March the school council went on a very special visit, they went to the Civic Centre in Gateshead. At the Civic Centre the children sat in the Council Chambers and had a question and answer session with some of Gatesheads Councillors. The Macebearer carrying the Mace and the curren


Children in Year 6 have been modelling their own writing on a children’s picture book called Tuesday by David Wiesner. In the original thousands of frogs mysteriously float from their pond into a near by village and cause chaos during the night.  In the children’s own versions of the story,  it al


Things have been hotting up in Year Six as the children find out about volcanos.  As well as investigating some of the Earth’s most violent eruptions in history and geography, the children have made and tasted real lava!  (Well toffee lava anyway!)  They have also produced some really fantastic