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Anti-Bullying Workshop Drop-in

Thank you to all parents and guardians who attended our anti-bullying drop-in session ran by our Rights Respecting Ambassadors and our Anti-Bullying Ambassadors. The workshops included: exploring the difference between bullying and bad behaviour rights which are violated as a result of bullying e-safety leaflets with information about bullying more information is available on our school website, including our behaviour …

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Judo player of the week

Well done Jake for being awarded player of the week in Judo. Not only that, but Jake also moved up belts and now has his red and white belt. Super work Jake. Keep it up!

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Man of the Match

Well done Isaac for Man of the Match. Isaac worked really hard last Saturday for his football team. He showed respect to the opposition and helped his team mates to win their game. Super work Isaac.

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World Children’s Day

World Children’s Day, the United Nations (UN) states, is an event that promotes international togetherness, awareness among children worldwide, and improving children’s welfare.  We got together as a whole school and Mrs Parlett (as a duty bearer) told us all about the day and why we have it and explained the rights we have. To check our understanding of World Children’s Day we …

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Our November beach visit!

Today Reception Class went to the beach to work with Playology. The weather was amazing and the sun was shining. We had such a busy day finding treasures, making dens, sand sculptures and rivers. We finished the day toasting marshmallows around our fire pit. Mrs Groark was so proud of our super behaviour.

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Football Festival

Well done to Year 5/6 football girls. On Thursday the girls took part in a football festival at East Durham College. It was the first time the girls had played together as a team and although they did not get through to the semi finals, they were a credit to the school.  They came second in their group winning one …

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A visit from Fr.Hastie

Year 6 enjoy a visit from Fr.Hastie who came in to help them understand the sacrament of ordination further by sharing his own ordination experience. Luke helped  to demonstrate the laying on of the hands by the Bishop and Ethan was chosen to act out what a Priest goes through in this sacrament, he even modelled what delivering communion would …

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Rock Detectives

We had a fun start to our new science topic Rocks and Fossils. We had to study rock samples, getting to know the texture, colour and appearance of each sample we observed. We used magnifying glasses to study them carefully, then made observational drawings. We tried to make our drawings as realistic as possible. Using scientific observations and vocabulary, we …

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Well done Roman!

A huge well done to Roman in Year 3, who came 1st in a dancing competition. Roman came 1st in singles dance, pairs dance and group dance when he went to a dance competition at Butlins during the half term holidays. He has obviously worked very hard. Congratulations Roman from your St. Cuthbert’s friends.

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Making Magic Potions

Reception Class were trying to make their own magic potions. First of all they had to make a magic wand using leaves and sticks. They then made a magic potion using mud. They also made a class potion that started to bubble !!!

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Fun at the Disco

Reception Class had great fun at their first Halloween Disco. Their costumes were so good it was hard to recognise them! A big thank you to all the organisers .  

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Netball Winners!

Congratulations to the girls who represented our school at the tier 1 netball competition this morning at Shotton Hall. They won 2 games and drew one taking them through to the final which they won 5-2! Excellent netball and sportsmanship! We are very proud of you all.

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Durham Cathedral

Year 2 had a lovely day at Durham Cathedral and enjoyed finding out why it is a special place in our local area.  

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Year 3 Nocturnal Animal Projects

Well done Year 3 for your fantastic Nocturnal Animal projects. They were brilliant and we had a lovely morning sharing learning learning logs and projects. Keep up the good work.

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Year 5 – William Morris

Year 5 making a start on their sketchbook work researching William Morris. Taking pride in presentation is our mantra this term and year 5 are enjoying making design and layout choices in their work.

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