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Please read the 'Head Teacher's Welcome' from Mrs Stuart.
Our purposeful and empowering curriculum fully prepares learners for their next educational steps and the challenges of the wider world.
Our rigorous curriculum encourages children to work collaboratively on challenging tasks in order to master essential knowledge and skills.
We have a robust approach to the development of early reading so that older children can read to learn and enjoy reading for pleasure.
Our teachers ensure that the children are engaged and excited to learn by providing key experiences which stimulate curiosity.
Learning is connected both across subjects and year groups through a concept-led curriculum with technical and ambitious vocabulary.
We encourage our pupils to develop a strong sense of responsibility for themselves, their peers and the wider world.
Our PSHE curriculum encourages children, through quality talk and debate, to celebrate difference and to develop a wider sense of self.
Children in the Early Years have experiences which support their understanding of the world, such as this butterfly release science lesson.
Children in the Early Years have exciting opportunities to learn new skills, such as making flour with a mill at Broxfield Farm.
Children in the Early Years often learn in the outdoors, stimulating their curiosity and developing their physical skills.
University students from Newcastle University inspire our pupils by sharing their experiences of higher education.
Key experiences which drive aspirations are delivered by visitors in school, such as this electrical engineering project.
Quality talk and debate encourage children to connect their learning across subjects.
The Greenwich Hospital development provides our older children with inspirational enterprise visits to the building site.
We hold the Primary Science Quality Mark, an award which recognises the high profile of and quality teaching of science in our curriculum.
We are part of the Great North Maths Hub Mastery Workgroup and all pupils have the opportunity to achieve mastery in key mathematical concepts.
We work with experts at GEM Education to support us in delivering a challenging and innovative IT curriculum.
We deliver a rigorous online safety curriculum and we have older children who act as e-safety ambassadors.
Our local area provides experiences which underpin subject knowledge and understanding, such as this trip to the Beamish Living History Museum.
Our history curriculum brings the past to life with special events such as this St George's Day assembly.
We participate in local cultural events, such as the Great North Exhibition, which encourage children to be proud of their locality.
We have a cultural link with a school in Brainstone, Kenya and links through an e-twinning project with schools in Norway and Sweden.
Children have many opportunities to explore their creativity in art and design & technology lessons and after school clubs.
Children have the opportunity to learn about artists from experts at local museums, such as in this Lichtenstein Workshop.
Children participate in music lessons which are provided by specialist teachers and they have opportunities to perform in music assemblies.
We work with local universities to provide key experiences which underpin learning such as this Greek drama workshop with Durham University.
Children have many opportunities take part in drama, music and dance and showcase their learning in performances such as 'Macbeth'.
We have a beautiful, spacious and modern building.
We provide outstanding PE and a wide range of extra-curricular sports clubs.
As part of our PE curriculum, children gain confidence through outdoor adventure learning experiences.
Our extensive outdoor learning environments provide key experiences which help children to understand the wider world.
The Greenwich Hospital development has provided the school with a new Sport England standard sports pitch.
Outdoor adventures give the children opportunities to learn about the natural world while developing team-building skills and perseverance.
We have links with local sports teams such as Newcastle Falcons, Newcastle Thunder and Newcastle United.
A team of three PE experts delivers our outstanding PE and we are holders of the Gold School Games Award.
As part of our PSHE curriculum, children learn basic first aid skills and participate in special events such as Restart a Heart day.
Healthy, colourful and exciting cookery lessons in our Design & Technology curriculum support children to learn these important life skills.
As active citizens, our children learn about Democracy and British Values through key experiences such as a visit from Catherine McKinnell MP.
We encourage Pupil Voice through regular School Council and Governor meetings.
Our children learn to be active and responsible citizens by participating in enterprise projects which raise funds for charities.
We work with local community organisations to encourage children to respect and care for their local area and environment.
Parents and Carers are our partners in the education of the children and regularly come into school to work with us.
All parents and carers are members of our PTFA which hosts exciting community events such as our annual Summer Fair.
We work with local organisations such as St Mary's Church and Sainsburys to ensure that the school is at the heart of the community.
Chartwells provides healthy and delicious school meals.
We provide a Breakfast Club from 8.00am and Cuba Kids provide an After School Club until 5.30pm.
Class assemblies give our children the opportunity to share their learning with their parents and carers.