Celtic Homework

We were delighted with the amount of effort that the children put into their homework projects. The creativity and imagination that the children showed was fantastic.  We can’t wait to receive the Roman project work at the end of this half term (6.4.17).

After a very busy half term, we have finally arrived at the holidays.  Thank you again, for all of your support with handing in homework and reading books on time and supporting your child’s learning at home. Next half term will also be busy, so look out for any letters that come home and please… More


The End of the Fire!

Thank you to all of the parents and carers that came to our year group assembly yesterday. The children really enjoyed sharing their work with you. We hope you enjoyed looking through your child’s work with them afterwards. We have completed our topic all about The Great Plague! All of the children have really enjoyed… More

Thank you

Thank you to all parents who attended parents evenings this week. It was a great opportunity to speak with each of you individually about your child’s learning. However, if you were unable to attend and wish to make an appointment, please contact the school office. As we mentioned to some parents, we will be hosting… More


This afternoon Year 5 have welcomed Dave Burns, from Be Safe, into school who has talked to the children about the potential dangers involved with bullying, and in particular cyber-bullying. The children really enjoyed this session; finding it both useful and informative. As some of the photos show a few were keen to role-play various scenarios!

Pie Corbett Workshop

Thank you to everyone who attended the Pie Corbett Workshop on Monday 30th January.  We hope you found this evening both fun and informative.  Certainly the feedback we have received suggested you found it worthwhile.  If you have any suggestions for future sessions, please speak to a member of the Foundation team.

A very successful week in Year 6!

On Thursday our Year 6 girls netball team won the entire competition at Blyth Sports Centre. They won every single game and will be representing our county at the Northumberland School Games in June later this year. In addition to this, 53 of the pupils in year 6 have had their writing chosen to be… More

Fitness Circuits!

In PE this half term, we have been completing a variety of fitness circuits to promote a healthy lifestyle and encourage the children to think about how their bodies work. This has linked really well with our afternoon topic as we have been learning about the human body, including: the functions of the organs, the… More

Time to read!

We have been learning time the past two weeks, please could you support your child by continuing this at home, giving children lots of opportunities to read the time and answer time related questions. Children are still finding this concept quite difficult and need lots of ongoing  practice. The reading is getting better at home… More

London’s Burning!

  This week we continued our history topic and moved on from the plague to the fire of London. The children have been captivated by this and have learned with such verve and enthusiasm this week! Our timelines were superb. In English we used our knowledge of the fire of London to compose compound sentences and… More