Children in Need & Anti-Bullying Week

We are linking Children in Need Day this Friday with Anti Bullying Week.

To show our commitment to Anti- Bullying we are asking everyone to wear odd socks on Friday. This is the same day as Children in Need so children can also wear their own clothes, dress up, wear spots or other Children in Need t-shirts, ears or badges.

We are focusing upon showing kindness through our actions and particularly our words this year rather than asking people for donations of money.  If you wish to make a contribution, we will send it on to Children in Need , but children can still show their support and dress up without a donation of money.

School Clubs for Autumn 2

Here are the clubs running after-school for the 2nd Autumn half-term:

Autumn Half-term: Things to Do

Half-term is a wonderful opportunity to get out and about and visit some of the wonderful places and events in our part of the world.

Here are a few suggestions of things you might like to try! If you would prefer to do something more specific – check out our subject pages for places & events linked to your interests!

Harvest Festival – 18th October 2021

Once again, we are unable to get together for our Harvest Festival but our friend, Rev. Margaret Mackay, will be sharing a virtual assembly with us. During the week, children will be taking part in many harvest activities and their work will be displayed along with a pumpkin trail and a harvest table in the hall.


Play together at BALTIC Family Days this October Half Term. Enjoy five free days of play, suitable for families of all ages and abilities.
Take part in creative workshops, fun activities and family tours. No booking needed. Bring your family and friends and get ready to play! Explore the timetable of free activities below.

Black History Month (1st – 31st October)

What is Black History Month?

Black people have not always been treated equally simply because of the colour of their skin. Lots of people knew that this was wrong and wanted things to change.

What’s Going on in School?

This half term, there are some great sport related clubs which are extremely engaging, active, and fun! If you look on our Clubs page, you will see details of times and dates.

A message from Gateshead Council


Dear Parent/Carer,

Now the academic year is coming to an end we know, as parents ourselves, how difficult it has been
for you and your children. We do not underestimate the impact of having to self-isolate- sometimes on
many occasions. We are very grateful for the efforts you have all made and we should all be proud of
our contribution in combatting the pandemic.

Deadline extended for Easter Cook ‘n’ Eat

As part of Gateshead Council’s expanded 2021 Holidays and Activities Programme, they’re going one step further than last year by offering you and your family an Easter Cook ‘n’ Eat box with enough fresh food ingredients to cook five meals.

Social Distancing

Please can I remind everybody that it is still important to practise social distancing when bringing your children into school. I have had a number of complaints regarding parents congregating for a chat. Please follow government guidelines at all times – especially on school grounds.

Key Stage 2 is a phase of primary education for pupils aged 7 to 11.

Key Stage 2 BLURB

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