Archives for the month of April 2018

Year 2 and 3 Football Tournament | April 26, 2018

The Year 2 and 3 Football Team in action.

The Year Two and Three boys football team went to Silksworth Sports complex to take part in a football tournament.

They played 5 games. After losing the first game 1-0 the boys showed great determination to improve their performance. The next game they drew 0-0. After this the team went on a winning streak and won the next 3 games including a 4-0 victory.

The year 2 and 3 Football Team
The Year 2 and 3 Football Team at the end of the tournament.

Lucas and Miguel managed to get 2 goals each throughout the day with Ishaaq on top form and getting himself 4 goals. Well done all!

A Visit from a member of the Newcastle Sikh Community | April 24, 2018

Cloud Singh Sikh Community Member
Cloud Singh with the children.

The school were visited by Cloud Singh, a representative of the Newcastle Sikh community. He talked to us in assembly about Sikhs’ beliefs and values. He explained that Sikhs believe in God and they follow the teachings and guidance of the Gurus, which in turn help them become closer to God.

Cloud Singh Sikh Community Member
Cloud delivers his assembly.

Sikhs very much believe in supporting and helping others no matter who they are. Community and supporting others who live in the community is very important to them. Cloud said that all are welcome at the Gurdwara, as our Year 5s know from a previous visit. Our Year 4 pupils will be visiting Cloud at the Gurdwara in Newcastle to find out more about his place of worship and practices.

Sunderland Hoops4Health winners 2018 | April 18, 2018

Sunderland Hoops4Health winners 2018
Our Sunderland Hoops4Health winners 2018 with the Eagles.

On Friday 2nd February Richard Avenue went to Northumbria University to take part in the Sunderland Hoops for Health Finals. Mrs Todd, Mr Spoors, Mr Old and the basketball team were very excited about watching the Newcastle Eagles game but even more excited about watching Richard Avenue on the court.

The team played before the game and then made it through to the final at half time in front of the many supporters in the stands.

At half time they played one final game and won to be crowned the Sunderland winners! To read more about the event please follow this link.

Very well done to all.