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The latest from across the school...

Year 1 Summer Timetable

Please click the link to view Year 1's timetable for this term. Year 1 Summer Timetable 16 If you would like further information regarding Year 1's timetable or curriculum, please speak to Miss Thielmann, Year 1 Class...

Culture Day

It is important for children to be aware of and celebrate different cultures and faiths. On Tuesday 22nd March, we held a Culture Day . Each class chose a different country and learnt about traditions,  another religion,  language and way of life.  The day involved a...

Year 6 Spring Term Junior Journalist

Our Junior Journalist for this term is Danika Scott from Year 6, Well Done for a fantastic piece of writing. Ding. Ding. Ding. It was midnight sharp, I was on patrol. As I swallowed the bitterness of fear a jet black figure stumbled towards me. Fire. Burning, red eyes...

Culture Day

It is important for children to be aware of and celebrate different cultures and faiths. On Tuesday 22nd March, we held a Culture Day . Each class chose a different country and learnt about traditions,  another religion,  language and way of life.  The day involved a...

Year 2 Assembly

Every morning when Year 2 children come into school they do wake up, shake up. They have learnt three different dances which they shared with the rest of the school in a special assembly.    

Easter Disco

On Monday 21st March children danced the night away at our Easter disco. All children from Nursery to Y6 were invited. The Disco began at 4:15pm and finished at 5:45pm and was a great success.  A big thank you to all school staff who attended the disco.

Y3 Assembly

Monday 21st March was World Poetry Day and in celebration of this Year 3 performed one of their favourite poems in assembly,' I like to rhyme it, rhyme it'  by Craig Bradley. They each made up their own actions for the lines they performed and everyone joined in with...

Sport Relief

For a small donation children in Swalwell came into school dressed in sports wear. The aim was to raise funds for Sport Relief 2016. Pupils took part in running, swimming, dancing and walking activities throughout the day. This active, fun day raised cash to help...

Afternoon Tea -Y1

Afternoon Tea is an English tradition and a classic and enjoyable occasion. It was introduced in England in about 1840 when the Duchess of Bedford could not wait until 8 p.m to eat. She asked for a light tea to be served at 4 p.m to cover the long gap between lunch...

Dance Festival 2016

Schools from the Gateshead area took part in a dance festival at The Sage on Wednesday 16th March. Swalwell’s  Y4 children, did us proud. They danced to a medley of songs: Annie, Singing in the Rain, Frozen, High School Musical and Mary Poppins .Congratulations to...

Fire Safety Talk for Y5

Firefighter Anderson, a member of The Tyne and Wear Fire Service visited Y5 this week to teach children basic life skills. He discussed safety issues, hazards in the home, the importance of having working smoke alarms and escape plans at home. He talked about the need...

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