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Priamry Community Drive

As part of the Primary Community Drive we are collecting unwanted school uniform. Any uniform that your little ones have grown out of or have no use for any more would be welcome, just bring your items into the school office. All the information can be found in the leaflets below. Thank you. Primary Community Drive Primary Community Drive Wessington


Year 5 Girl Powered Workshop

This Week our Year 5 girls had a great day along at Nissan taking part in a Girl Powered workshop. The Robotics Education and Competition (REC) Foundation and VEX Robotics are working to make robotics reflective of the diverse world we live in, and the one we want to leave behind. We’re committed to showing how exciting it is to be involved with STEM,

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Trolleywise

Trolleywise are launching a new app to help locate and collect abandoned trolleys in Washington. We think this is great news, as it was recorded that over the past 4 months, 4000 trolleys have been abandoned in Washington; this is the second highest in the UK! These trolleys can be instantly reported by using the downloadable Trolleywise app on google play and the app

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He’s Here!!

After what seems like an age, our very own little Elmer is here!! We are so excited and cant wait to get our children’s and staff’s ideas onto our lovely little Elephant. Again, a HUGE thank you to the Glebe Residents Association for helping us to get him in school. Our Elmer page will be updated regularly with his transformation as well as any

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The Great North Elmer Parade

Were proud to announce that we will be part of The Great North Elmer Parade which will be taking place later this year, with Elmer sculptures popping up all over the North East. We need to say a massive thank you to the Glebe Residents Association for helping us fund our sculpture. The parade is taking place to raise money for St Oswald’s Hospice

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National Autism Awareness Week

National Autism Week Just a reminder that this week (1-7 April) is National Autism Awareness Week. National Autism Awareness week aims to celebrate all things Autism. Throughout the week all children and teachers in school will: * learn about autism in fun, imaginative lessons, activities and assemblies that are level-specific. * help spread the word about why it’s so important to understand and accept

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Nursery Places

Do you have a child who is 2 or 3 years before the end of August 2019? If so, please register with the school office for a September nursery place ASAP. Thank you


Woodland Trust Bronze Award

Over the last term we have been working towards the Woodland Trust Green Tree Award and we are delighted to announce that we have been awarded the Bronze Award, with us continuing to work towards silver and then gold! Well Done to Mrs Burnikell and all the children have been working hard to get us points towards the awards by completing different tasks in

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Incredible Years Parenting Programme

Being a parent is probably the hardest job an adult will ever undertake, but most people have very little training and preparation for it. Incredible Years is a group programme for parents with children aged 3 to 8 years old that provides parents and caregivers with useful information and practical guidelines on how to handle a variety of challenges involving children and young people.

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Sunderland Carers Centre Awards

We are delighted to be able to tell you that today our very own Michael received a lovely award at the Sunderland Caring for Carers Awards Ceremony!   Michael was nominated by a Year 6 pupil and his family for his caring attitude and always taking time to contact them to ensure that they were alright and offering additional support when needed.   I

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