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Catherine Readshaw Art Festival 2019

This term has seen pupils take part in the annual Catherine Readshaw Art Festival. This year the theme was the environment. Across the school, pupils were asked to consider colour, line, first-hand observations and tone. Classes studied famous…
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Infant Games

Today, we took a group of Year 1 & 2 children to the Alun Armstrong Centre in Shildon to take part in the Infant Games.  The children had to play a game of kick rounders and then take part in various skill stations before playing the game…
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SSP Disability Sports Day

This week children took part in a Disability Sports Day where they got to try some new activities.  KS1 tried their hand at Boccia and KS2 had taster sessions for Seated Volleyball.  The children found it interesting, if a little tricky, to…
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Book and Bagel

Our school is proud to have joined the government’s National School Breakfast Programme (NSBP), which is being delivered by the charities Family Action and Magic Breakfast. As a NSBP School we are pleased to offer a healthy breakfast,…
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Y1 Multi-Skills Event

Year 1 went to Newton Aycliffe Leisure Centre today to take part in a multi skills event.  All of the children had a great time but they couldn’t decide on a favourite activity as “they were all our favourite”.  The children were great…
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Destination Judo

Last week, we were lucky enough to receive taster sessions from local Judo Club, Destination Judo.  Children in Years 1-6 took part and everyone had a great time and learnt some new skills.  Destination Judo visiting us is always one of our…
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Cross Country Festival Success!

A huge congratulations to all of our children who ran in the school games cross country festival. All children put so much effort in and we were so proud of how they supported and encouraged each other. Our year 3/4 boys team and our year…
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Pupil Governors 2018-19

We would like to formally introduce our Pupil Governors for 2018-2019. Our 18 pupils, from Years 4 to 6, represent our nine family groups. It is a great responsibility taking on this role, but we know they will do a fantastic job and have…