Last week, our children in school made these beautiful posters for the fantastic firefighters, doctors and pharmacy staff in our village. Thank
Year 3 completed some research on the Romans. These were their results!
Year 4 were invited to a badminton festival. in Ashington.
Elvin the Elf joined Nursery.
Our fantastic 'Guess the weight of the Christmas cake' competition.
Our Barratt Homes winners.
Our Year 5 and 6 girls football School Games team.
Happy Children in Need Day!
Year 4 visited Longhirst Church. It was a beautiful day.
Jenny brought her mother's WW2 Nurses cape into school for the children to see.
Thank you to everyone who came along and supported our coffee afternoon in aid of Macmillan. We raised £485.30.
Delivering our Harvest Hampers!
The whole school went to watch the Tour of Britain.
Year 6 hockey team representing Ashington and Coquet at the Northumberland School Games collecting their bronze medals.
Year 5 hockey team representing Ashington and Coquet at the Northumberland School Games.
Year 6 have been working on their enterprise skills and have produced this Pack of Positivity to sell.
We introduced a new game to Key Stage 2 today called Spike Ball. Everyone seemed to enjoy it and it's so easy to play!
Year 3 & 4 tag rugby team.
Year 6 hockey team after qualifying to represent Ashington & Coquet in the Northumberland School Games.
Year 5 hockey team after qualifying to represent Ashington & Coquet in the Northumberland School Games.
Year 1 and Year 6 worked brilliantly together in the ICT room.
Our Para Games athlete competing in fencing......
.... and winning a bronze medal!!
The Ashington and Coquet Para Games team meeting Paralympian Stephen Miller.
Happy World Down Syndrome Day!
Will Year 4 choose Athens......
The results of Shrove Tuesday!
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 3 had a fantastic Roman Day.
Phase 1 of our outdoor Nursery area completed!
Year 2 were guests at Parkinson's UK Northumberland group in Ellington and challenged the locals to a game or two of Kurling!
Abaana, from Uganda, came to perform for us at school as part of their UK tour.
Identifying creature in Forest School.
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!