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Gateshead School Sport Awards 2019

Thursday 11th July 2019

 

As part of our journey this year to reach diamond level in the Blazing the Trail project, our school was tasked with designing the front cover of the Dance Festival Programme. After thousands of entries, our very own Rosie from Year 6 was chosen as the overall winner. She was presented with her award last night at the Gateshead School Sport Awards from the Mayor and Mayoress of Gateshead. What an achievement! Well done Rosie! 

 

 

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June- Sporting Snap of the Month! 

 

Our June sporting snap of the month displays the theme of 'Determination'.  Here you can see one of our Year 5 pupils trying her best and being determined to succeed within PE lessons. Great job!

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May- Sporting Snap of the Month! 

 

Our May sporting snap of the month displays the theme of 'Respect'. We recently held a team building afternoon in school where each class took part in an outdoor circuit to improve their fitness levels. In this photograph, we can see the love and respect our pupils show each other as one of our KS2 children supports one of our KS1 boys during the circuit!

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April- Sporting Snap of the Month! 

 

Our April sporting snap of the month displays the theme of 'Leadership'. Our buddies from Years 5 and 6 display their leadership skills every day when they are looking after the younger children in our school. They support them with their learning and always make sure they are safe and happy in our school. 

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March- Sporting Snap of the Month! 

 

Our March sporting snap of the month displays the theme of 'Inspiration'. We recently had some visitors in school from Destination Judo who were kind enough to come and work with each year group and teach us some Judo skills. The children were so inspired by our visitors and they loved trying out something they had never did before, they really sparked an interest into Judo in some of our children! 

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February - Sporting Snap of the Month! 

 

Our February sporting snap of the month displays the theme of 'Friendship' and was caught by a member of our SSOC! These Year 6 girls enjoy playing on the yard with their friends and also supporting the younger children in our school (during their role as buddies), making sure everyone is included. Good job girls!

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Judo Taster Sessions!

Years 1-6 were lucky enough to receive some Judo taster sessions in school this week. We had lots of fun playing defense and attack games and also learning how to perform a Judo throw. Thank you very much to Destination Judo for two fun mornings, we loved trying something new!

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World Number Day - Friday 1st February 2019.
Non-uniform day - thank you for the money we raised for the NSPCC last Friday! The children, from Nursery to Y6, had great fun celebrating numbers and maths in a variety of ways; outside building snowmen, counting the animals in twos onto the snow-covered ark, shape puzzles, bar modelling, mazes, reasoning, creating maths games and finally to the winners of, 'Who Wants To Be A Mathsionaire!!' Great fun while supporting a wonderful charity!
Thank you again, Mrs Kevan.

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World Number Day - Friday 1st February 2019.

Non-uniform day - thank you for the money we raised for the NSPCC last Friday! The children, from Nursery to Y6, had great fun celebrating numbers and maths in a variety of ways; outside building snowmen, counting the animals in twos onto the snow-covered ark, shape puzzles, bar modelling, mazes, reasoning, creating maths games and finally to the winners of, 'Who Wants To Be A Mathsionaire!!' Great fun while supporting a wonderful charity!

Thank you again, Mrs Kevan.

We were visited by our music specialist Mr Parkin and his band, for our annual Christmas music workshop. As you can see, fun was had by all!

We were visited by our music specialist Mr Parkin and his band, for our annual Christmas music workshop. As you can see, fun was had by all! 1
We were visited by our music specialist Mr Parkin and his band, for our annual Christmas music workshop. As you can see, fun was had by all! 2
We were visited by our music specialist Mr Parkin and his band, for our annual Christmas music workshop. As you can see, fun was had by all! 3
We were visited by our music specialist Mr Parkin and his band, for our annual Christmas music workshop. As you can see, fun was had by all! 4
We were visited by our music specialist Mr Parkin and his band, for our annual Christmas music workshop. As you can see, fun was had by all! 5
We were visited by our music specialist Mr Parkin and his band, for our annual Christmas music workshop. As you can see, fun was had by all! 6
We were visited by our music specialist Mr Parkin and his band, for our annual Christmas music workshop. As you can see, fun was had by all! 7
We were visited by our music specialist Mr Parkin and his band, for our annual Christmas music workshop. As you can see, fun was had by all! 8
We were visited by our music specialist Mr Parkin and his band, for our annual Christmas music workshop. As you can see, fun was had by all! 9
We were visited by our music specialist Mr Parkin and his band, for our annual Christmas music workshop. As you can see, fun was had by all! 10
We were visited by our music specialist Mr Parkin and his band, for our annual Christmas music workshop. As you can see, fun was had by all! 11
We were visited by our music specialist Mr Parkin and his band, for our annual Christmas music workshop. As you can see, fun was had by all! 12
We were visited by our music specialist Mr Parkin and his band, for our annual Christmas music workshop. As you can see, fun was had by all! 13
We were visited by our music specialist Mr Parkin and his band, for our annual Christmas music workshop. As you can see, fun was had by all! 14
We were visited by our music specialist Mr Parkin and his band, for our annual Christmas music workshop. As you can see, fun was had by all! 15

Celebrate a snapshot of our AMAZING Christmas productions: KS1 - The Innkeeper's Breakfast, KS2 - Pirates Of The Currybean below and please see Nursery and Reception Class Pages for the EYS - The Toyshop.

All the children and staff worked so hard to produce wonderful productions! 

Thank you for all of the brilliant feedback from parents/carers/family members who came to see the productions last week.

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We have had the chance to participate in some fantastic sporting events recently such as the Sportsability Indoor Athletics and the Gateshead Schools Gymnastics Festival. Children from Year 4 and 5 participated in the Indoor Athletics Competition and placed 3rd overall!! Amazing work! Children in Year 3 & 4 participated in the Gymnastics Festival and delivered an amazing routine showing off their skills! Fantastic job everybody, we are so proud! 

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Some Y6 children volunteered to sing for St Oswald's hospice, at ASDA Metrocentre. We raised a total of £190.92 in an hour for this very worthwhile charity.

Some Y6 children volunteered to sing for St Oswald's hospice, at ASDA Metrocentre. We raised a total of  £190.92 in an hour for this very worthwhile charity. 1
Some Y6 children volunteered to sing for St Oswald's hospice, at ASDA Metrocentre. We raised a total of  £190.92 in an hour for this very worthwhile charity. 2
Some Y6 children volunteered to sing for St Oswald's hospice, at ASDA Metrocentre. We raised a total of  £190.92 in an hour for this very worthwhile charity. 3
Some Y6 children volunteered to sing for St Oswald's hospice, at ASDA Metrocentre. We raised a total of  £190.92 in an hour for this very worthwhile charity. 4
Some Y6 children volunteered to sing for St Oswald's hospice, at ASDA Metrocentre. We raised a total of  £190.92 in an hour for this very worthwhile charity. 5

Friday 16th November was so amazing for all the children at Brighton Avenue Primary because we were visited by the very special Pudsey bear! He thanked everyone for donating money to Children In Need and loved hugging and dancing with everyone - including the staff! We even had lots of special Children In Need prizes (kindly donated by all the staff) that children, from every class, could win by having their name drawn out of the raffle tickets.

Please see 'Class Pages' for more photographs of everyone celebrating this special day.

 

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On Friday afternoon, the whole school continued with their fine motor skill activities with a very special focus on Remembrance Day. 

Miss Turner had explained Remembrance Day, during collective worship last week, and how it marks the day that World War One ended, at 11am on the 11th day of the 11th month, in 1918. Each class made a variety of poppies, in different media, having understood that the poppy was adopted as a symbol of Remembrance.

The whole school will pay our respect, with a two-minute silence, to the people who have died in wars on Monday at 11am.

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We were delighted to receive letters of thanks from both Gateshead Food Bank and the Bensham food CO-OP, for our donations from our harvest celebrations.

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The children really enjoyed their Harvest Celebrations at St.Chad's Church as a whole school and with Reverend Meg.

Harvest donations

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Harvest donations 2 Donating food at the food COOP.

Wow! We are so proud of all the children, staff, parents/carers in our amazing school and community for helping to raise money for our Macmillan coffee morning.

Can you believe we raised £705? Wow!

A BIG thank you all once again.

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