Children at a County Durham primary school were overjoyed to meet – and feed – a lamb in school. In the run up to Easter, St Godric’s Catholic Primary School, in County Durham, were overjoyed to meet a special furry guest.
Well done to schools in the North East for getting involved in the Great British Spring Clean. Schools from West End Schools’ Trust (WEST) took to the streets to take pride in their community.
Easington Colliery Primary School are educating their pupils about their local coastline in order to help them further their understanding of the history of their local area.
Pupils from Haughton Academy in Darlington used some of their time over the festive period to help those who are more disadvantaged than themselves.
St Peter’s Catholic College is preparing to celebrate its “80th birthday” this year with events involving students past and present.
Huge congratulations to Westgate Hill Primary Academy, Newcastle-upon-Tyne, which has achieved an Ofsted Outstanding grade!
Following an inspection in November, Prudhoe West Academy has received incredibly positive comments from Ofsted as they are deemed to be a good school.
We were all very disappointed when we made the difficult decision to postpone our Victorian day at Beamish Museum because of the rising number of Covid cases in one of our KS2 classes.
Schools North East would like to extend their congratulations to a number of NE Trusts recognised in national awards.
Bishop Wilkinson Catholic Education Trust was recognised as a ‘highly commended’ MAT Finance Team of the Year at The MAT Finance Awards 2021, this week. The Trust achieved a status of ‘highly commended runner up’ after being shortlisted along with seven other MAT Finance Teams from across the country, which is a great achievement for the growing North East Trust.
Corbridge Middle School has been rated ‘outstanding’ in all areas following a recent Ofsted inspection.
The quality of education, behaviour and attitudes, personal development and leadership and management within the school have all been recognised as being outstanding – making it an OUTSTANDING school overall.
Sixth Form Computer Science students from North East Futures UTC have been working hard on their team project for the Mayor’s School’s Climate Challenge, supported by Newcastle University and Ubisoft.
Bubbles, portable sinks and sanitising stations are just a few things that Kenton School has implemented to ensure that their opening for the new term is a successful one.