Happy World Down Syndrome Day!
Will Year 4 choose Athens......
The results of Shrove Tuesday!
Elvin the elf has been visiting the Nursery over the last few weeks.
Our trip to the Houses of Parliament.
Our Year 4 tennis team who managed to finish in second place in the competition.
Our new Nursery outdoor area.
Year 5 and 6 children competed in the Northumberland School Games tag rugby competition and came 2nd out of 9 teams.
Jenny brought her mother Violet's nursing cape into school for Year 4 to study.
Evil Pea was holding vegetables in Reception hostage!! The children designed 'wanted' posters and they were being put up around school.
A fantastic coffee afternoon was held in aid of Macmillan's research. Thank you to all that helped in any way. Over £600 was raised.
Year 4 on their Harvest deliveries.
Year 3 have been learning the cornet all year and held a concert for their parents/carers.
Year 5 and 6 children competed in the Northumberland School Games Quadkids competition and came 4th out of 6 teams.
Year 3 had a fantastic Roman Day.
Year 5 and 6 launched our Daily Mile session on Tuesday.
Well done to our Year 3 and 4 Tag Rugby players who took part in a recent Northumberland School Games tournament.
Well done to the Year 5 football team who finished 5th in the recent Northumberland School Games competition.
Well done to the Year 4 Tri-Golf team who beat six other schools to become the winners for Ashington and Coquet. School Games - here we come!
Year 6 began their transition to Ashington Academy and had a great morning.
Year 2 using our new bird hide.
Phase 1 of our outdoor Nursery area completed!
Well done to our Year 3 and 4 gymnasts who won our area competition beating 11 other teams.
Year 2 were guests at Parkinson's UK Northumberland group in Ellington and challenged the locals to a game or two of Kurling!
Charity hair shave - before.
Charity hair shave - after.
Year 5 and 6 enjoyed their ten pin bowling Christmas treat.
Year 4 took part in a Northumberland School Games tennis competition.
Year 4 visited Longhirst Church. It was a beautiful day.
Abaana, from Uganda, came to perform for us at school as part of their UK tour.
Our huge Red Nose Day cheque for our huge amount raised - £818.47!
Working with our Community Support Officer.
Identifying creature in Forest School.
Our fantastic scarecrow at Alnwick Gardens.
Using Ipads to investigate different flowers.
The adventure started for Reception when Duncan ate some spicy salsa with his tacos, escaped and burnt Mr Waterfield's desk and keys!