Welcome to Swalwell Primary School
At Swalwell Primary School we work together to promote learning and achieve the highest standards for every child through high expectations and high quality teaching.
We provide an education that is enjoyable, inclusive, stimulating and challenging and which allows individuals to develop their educational potential and skills for life.
The school promotes fundamental British values and is at the heart of the community and provides a safe, secure and respectful environment which enables pupils to develop emotionally, physically, socially, spiritually and academically.
‘EVERY LESSON COUNTS.’
Mrs J Smith: Head Teacher
ATTENDANCE – week ending 20/04/2018
- Reception 97%
- Year 2 94%
- Year 4 92%
- Year 6 98%
- Year 1 97%
- Year 3 91%
- Year 5 93%
- Whole School Last Year 95.3%
Every Lesson Counts...discover what our classes have been learning below
Children enjoyed a maths morning when parents and carers came into school to have fun playing number games which were organised in a very interesting way. Adults interviewed on the day said that the morning had been a success and they had enjoyed the lessons. Photos...read more
Children enjoyed a maths morning organised by Miss Smith, our numeracy co ordinator.Parents and carers attended the event held on April 27th. Lots of fun was had by all.The sessions were eventful , interesting and well organised . Photos can be viewed in our...read more
Playground Buddies is a playground leadership programme designed to develop leadership skills and to encourage children to partcipate in activities. The programme is aimed at children in Year 5 and 6. Our Year 5 pupils attended Whickham comprehensive for buddy...read more
St. James' Park; the home of Newcastle United football club was the venue for a Year 5 outing on the day Alan Shearer signed as temporary manager. Miss Busby and Mrs Anderson accompanied the children on a tour of the grounds. Dressing rooms, dugouts, private boxes and...read more
Saltwell park was the venue for an exciting literacy/book week event. The Dryden centre at Gateshead had organised a literacy project which encouraged the sharing and reading of books. Staff were dressed as characters from their favourite books and our year 5 class...read more
Year 5 were very lucky to have a visitor in school. Luca, a student who had first hand knowledge of African culture and who had visited the country himself came into school on many occasions to show children African artefacts and to talk about his travels. Masks,...read more
The internet can be great fun. You can chat to your friends, play games and learn about new things. But sometimes things happen which can make you upset. People may say mean things which make you feel sad, or you may see something that you don’t like.
If this happens, you must remember it’s not your fault.
TELL AN ADULT YOU TRUST if you are upset or worried about something that has happened to you. They can help you to report it to CEOP.
If you feel in danger phone 999 to speak to the police.
They will make sure you are safe.