All of our pupils designed some amazing odd socks of their own. This helps to reinforce the Anti-Bullying Alliance message of ‘Choosing respect’ and ‘Being unique.’ Here are our competition winners:
Members of the School Council have been busy working their magic again. Not content with making a huge difference to their local community, the children have turned their attention to how they might be able to help fellow pupils within school.
Members of the School Council explained in their recent meeting that the yard can, at times, be a lonely place for some children. It is not always easy to find someone to play with, especially when close friends are absent or are eating lunch. After a lengthy discussion of possible ways around this issue, the School Council decided upon installing a ‘Buddy Bus Stop’ in each yard. Children who are feeling lost and in need of a friend can come to one of the Bus Stops to receive the help that they need.
Our School Council members have been carefully counting your cans of food. They were thrilled to find that our first ‘Canny Friday’ resulted in 249 cans being collected for the South Tyneside Food Bank.
We’re looking forward to our next Canny Friday (17th March) already!
This half term the children in the nursery have been visited by the staff from The Foundation of Light. All the children are taking part in Little Dribblers sessions and as you can see they are clearly enjoying themselves.