Please read the letter that was sent to the school by the Geography Inspector.
KS2 Pupil, Isabel Houghton, decided to invite The Queen to the Buffet, being held on the 10th June, that the school are having to celebrate Her Majesty’s 90th Birthday. Isabel wrote to The Queen as well as sending her a painting. Please see the reply from Buckingham palace.
This page will show our pupils varying talents and achievements.
Year 6 pupil Johno Robinson-Kirwin holding cup for 100cc standards for quad biking
Each pupil’s parent(s) will be receiving a letter today, 19th April, regarding the proposals suggested from the L.A to potentially amalgamate our school with St John’s Chapel Primary School. Please read and respond to the letter by 25th April 2016. Many thanks.
On Monday 21st March the school took part in the traditional competition of Egg Jarping. Like conkers, but with hard-boiled eggs, it is a tradition from the north-east of England. Here is how it works…using hard boiled eggs one player holds their egg firmly in their hand with the pointed end uppermost. The second player brings their egg down, so the pointed ends connect, in a movement known as a “dunsh”, If either egg is cracked after the first jarp, the unlucky player is eliminated. If both eggs remain intact, swap places and keep jarping until one egg gives way. The winner is the bearer of a perfect, undented egg. Please see our photographs.
WEARNEWS Spring Edition now available to view. Please use link WEARNEWS
The whole school attended a dance festival on 8th February at Wolsingham Secondary School. The infants theme was birds and the juniors danced to Michael Jackson’s song Thriller.
Back by popular demand. Take a photograph of your child/ren reading in an extreme situation and send it into school by Monday 29th February. There will be a prize for the most extreme scene.
Baroness Armstrong is visiting the school to explain the workings of the House of Lords as part of the British Values curriculum. She will also be attending the School Council meeting.