Events and Visits

999, What’s your emergency?

Nightingales have had 3 visitors in today to help to keep us safe. The visitors were from the North East Ambulance Service and they played interactive games with the children to help them to decide in which situations they might need to dial 999. They also tole the...

End of term extravaganza

In the last week of term Reception children had lots of special treats. Water fun (in the rain), adventure day (with camp fire food), exploring and finding minibeasts on the top field (the slugs were called Lulu 1 and Lulu 2, in case you were wondering) and an...

Dragonflies final book look

Lots of special people crowded into the Dragonflies classroom at the end of the day on Tuesday. It was their last chance to browse through the children’s achievements this year. All the mams, dads, brothers, grans, little sisters thought they had done excellent...

Amazing Achievements in the Sports Assembly

This morning we celebrated all the sporting events from this academic year. Our sporting teams have been amazing and we have got to lots of finals. Lots of medals were given out. Well done to everyone who got a medal....

Music Madness!

There were some great moves as the children (and staff) strutted their stuff at the summer festival organised by Y6 pupils. The children ‘got down’ to some classic sixties and seventies music. We all had a groovy time and the sun came out too!

KS1 Sports Day

Today we had Key Stage one sports day on the top field. The children worked in teams and completed 10 activities. Some of our Year 6 children took charge of the teams and we had lots of fun. The winning team was orange so a big well done to them. Thank you to everyone...

Key Stage 2 Sports Day

Yesterday was the Key Stage Two Sports Day. The children worked in teams and completed 12 activities. They then competed in year group running races. We even had a parents race!!! The weather was very kind to us and the children had a lot of fun. Thank you to everyone...

Pirates of Windy Nook 2

Not all of the pirate fun happened outdoors. Indoors, everyone could build a pirate boat and get the crew on board, make a model of a pirate boat, draw and paint a fishy picture and … best of all, use a quill pen to write a list of a pirate crew in BLOOD!!!!...

Ahoy there pirates!

Last week the rain spoiled the fun for Nursery and Reception children, but this week Pirate Day could go ahead. Everyone looked and sounded like a pirate, played like pirates, pulled and pushed like pirates, danced and sang like pirates, parachuted like pirates,...

Finger lickin’; lip smackin’ fish and chip treat

Everyone in Dragonflies was excited at lunchtime today. Their classroom was changed into a fish and chip cafe at lunchtime. Mrs Hanratty and the school lunch team had organised a special seaside treat for them. Fish and chips in carry out boxes were brought into the...

Ice-cream Treat

As we couldn’t go on our trip to Saltwell park because of the rain, Key Stage One had a visit from the ice-cream van instead. We all enjoyed a delicious ice-cream. This was a lovely end to the...

School Games Day in Key Stage Two

This afternoon Key Stage Two had a great School Games. They paraded around the yard in the colours of their countries, waving flags and banners. The reception and nursery children opened the Games with an amazing Spanish dance. They then took part in different...

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