We are currently looking for a reliable, enthusiastic, self-motivated, responsible and friendly lunchtime supervisory assistant to supervise pupils during lunchtime as part of a professional team and to ensure the well-being and safety of pupils, in line with the school’s policies and procedures.
Our amazing cook Joyce is leaving us after 25 years of work here at Richard Avenue Primary School. We wish her a happy retirement and many many thank yous.
A video from us to Joyce.
The Active Sunderland School Holiday Club is back for May half term, From football and golf to delicious food and family games, there’ll be lots of fun activities to keep everyone entertained this Spring.
With May half term just around the corner all of our thoughts turn to the same thing – how will I keep the kids entertained?
Active Sunderland and partners are coming to the rescue with its School Holiday Club.
They’ve got lots of ideas to keep everyone busy including arts, crafts, recipes, challenges and more including the return of football, tennis and golf.
Join the club!!
Manager (Julie Thompson) & Duty Manager (Emma Parkin) showing off the display.
We received the following message from Holly Cross Nursing Home to whom we had sent some rainbow ribbon rings. We would like to say it was our pleasure and we are very appreciative for all the work your staff are doing.
We are looking for a reliable, enthusiastic, self-motivated, responsible and friendly Teaching Assistant to work in our school for a two year fixed period across all Key stages.
Please visit our Job Vacancies page for more details.
A photo of our Wildlife Garden
Two teams from Richard Avenue entered the Y5/6 Sunderland Hockey Finals. Both teams played some excellent Hockey. They showed great skill and produced some brilliant team goals. In the end both teams won 2 matches and lost 1 in their group.
When the semi finals were drawn, the Richard Avenue teams were drawn to play each other. Not only would the winning team advance to the final, they would also progress to the Tyne and Wear Finals.
Team 1, with some fantastic goals by Mahian and Miguel, were the winners of the Semi Final match. Unfortunately they were beaten 1-0 in a tight final.
They will now represent our school and Sunderland in the Tyne and Wear Finals, where they will play the best teams from
Sunderland, Newcastle , South Tyneside, North Tyneside and Gateshead.
Britain’s Prime Minister Boris Johnson participates in a workshop with children. Photo: David Wood.
The school were honored to be invited to a special event at the National Glass Centre to meet the Prime Minister and members of his cabinet.
A group of 30 Year 4 children visited on Friday 31st January to watch the amazing glass blowing demonstrations and also designed their own pieces of fused glass. During these activities, buy 200 mg tramadol online, the children were joined by members of the government cabinet and some children got to work on their glass alongside Boris Johnson.
It was commented on how well behaved and knowledgeable the children were about Sunderland and its history from their recent visit to the Glass Center and St Peter’s Church. All of the children had a fantastic afternoon and, even if a little nervous at first, soon got in to their stride when talking to all of the guests.
Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster Michael Gove talks with children. Photo: David Wood.
The Children at Penshaw Monument.
Year 5 visited Herrington Country Park to look for physical and human features as part of our Geography topic. Filling in work sheets as they went, the children spotted such features as different types of trees, hill formations, and man made features, such as the skate park. They made map drawings from different vantage points, such as the viewing deck at the park.
Later that day they visited Penshaw Tea Rooms and had a hot chocolate to warm up, followed by a climb to the top of Penshaw Monument to see the amazing view.
The Children at Herrington Country Park.