Firstly may we take this opportunity to thank the fabulous support the children received from home (the spare eggs were all needed!) for our Easter Fun Day – the egg decorating was fantastic and everyone had a brilliant time.
We only hope our bins are emptied soon!
Have a lovely Easter 🙂
Year 5 took part in a fantastic ‘Show Racism the Red Card’ workshop this week. As part of the sessions, the children learned about what racism means and how we can help to put a stop to it.
The year group were fantastically well behaved and took part enthusiastically; sharing their thoughts, ideas and experiences. The workshop dealt with some sensitive dialogue and issues; we are immensely proud of how maturely the children responded to this and subsequently volunteered their own perspectives.
It wasn’t all classroom based however, the children also took part in a Fitness Fun session with ex-professional footballer Gary Bennett. This taught them invaluable team building skills whilst putting their fitness levels to the test. The team were brilliant with the children and we think we can safely say that the children (and adults) thoroughly enjoyed their day!
Well done year 5 👏🏼😊
Here are some photographs of Y5JS taking part on the day:
All of the children in Year 5 and 6 should now have received a child and an adult ticket so that they can attend the South Shields vs Hyde match on Saturday 23rd of March. The game will Kick Off at 3pm and you may see some of our children waving flags for the players just before the kick-off.
The children are also welcome to join the team from the foundation from 1.30pm for fun on the 3G pitch which will include football, hockey, rounders and other games.
If you are in another Year Group it would be lovely to see you at the match tomorrow and you can get reduced priced tickets from the club website.
Please remember that children must be accompanied by an adult to gain entry into the ground.
Isabelle received a special pencil and stickers from Mrs Todd for her superb poem ‘The Magic Box’ based on Kit Wright’s poem of the same title. Isabelle was very proud of herself and rightly so. Fabulous! Well done Isabelle.
We were delighted to welcome mams, grandmas and nanas to our yoga with Nadia from The Tranquil Treehouse. Thank you for your continued support and we hope you enjoyed it!