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- Colour Run
- More Cross Country Success
Our Cross Country Teams took part in the district finals today.
- Cross Country Winners
Our Cross Country team have taken part in three races at Sedgefield, Spennymoor and Ferryhill.
- Year 5 Trip to Beamish Museum
Year 5 had a great time at Beamish, some children even dressed up as evacuees.
The KS2 fruit shop will be open from Monday 9th September during morning break times on the KS2 corridor next to Class 9.
Some of our wonderful pupils raised a fabulous £500 for Clic Sargent by selling cakes they had made at our local Tesco. Clic Sargent Nurses support families of children and young people living with cancer and were a huge help to Freya and her family during her treatment
Freya, Molly, Layla, Ava and Maisie worked so hard. They did it all themselves and had impeccable manners and behaviour through the event.
What we have been up to in school!
Multi Skills Festival
On Wednesday 10th October our children led a Multi Skills Festival organised by Sedgefield Sports Partnership. Year 5 did a fantastic job as the activity leaders, while Year 4 took part in the festival. 9 schools from the surrounding area attended.
Visitors in Year 2
Children in Year 2 enjoyed a visit from the Bowes Museum on Monday 7th October. Year 2 children are trying to find out what was it like when the Queen came to the throne in 1953 . They looked at different toys and learnt about the world in the 50s.
National Poetry Day
Vane Road celebrated National Poetry Day on Thursday 3rd October. Members of staff performed some of Roald Dahl's Revolting Rhymes, which inspired children to write their own poems. Miss Emery was a super Red Riding Hood!
In addition, children were treated with a selection of poems creatively hidden around the school for their pleasure.
Latest Main Calendar Events
- Halloween Disco22Oct2019
5:30 pm - 7:00 pm
- Autumn Half term26Oct2019
- Children return to school05Nov2019
- World Diabetes Day - Onesie (or pjs) Day (No donation, just awareness raising)14Nov2019
- New starters 2020 open evening14Nov2019
4:00 pm - 5:00 pm
Year 6 Viking Day
On Tuesday 1st October, Year 6 children took part in a Viking workshop as part of their History focus. It was led by staff from Jorvik Viking Centre in York. Children learnt a great deal about Viking life, weapons and sagas.