Spring Term in Reception

The first half term topic is all about Space. We are learning about the planets and space travel and within this we will be thinking about the world in which we live and its care. As part of our literacy work we are learning about the difference between fiction and...

Spring Term 2019 in Year Four

Happy New Year and welcome to the Spring term of 2019! Please find a link below to some details of what we will be covering in class during this busy term leading up to Easter. Letter to Year Four Parents Jan 2019 Spring Term in Year Four 2019

Spring Term in Year 3

Welcome back! I hope you had a wonderful Christmas and I wish you a very happy New Year. Please click to read about the exciting things the children will be learning: Y3 Spring Term letter 2019.doc Y3 Spring Learning 2019 Best wishes for 2019, Mrs Latham

Spring Term in Year Six

Happy New Year and welcome to the Spring term! I hope you have had a happy and restful Christmas break and that 2019 has got off to a good start for you! This term is a very busy one in Year 6 – preparation for our SATs tests steps up a few gears, and it also includes...

Year 5 Spring Term 2019

I hope you have all had an enjoyable Christmas break and you are looking forward to the upcoming Spring term. This term is always a busy one please click the link to find out all about what Year Five will be doing. Spring overview 2018

Welcome to Whickham Parochial

Mr ArmstrongAt Parochial we pride ourselves on providing a high quality education which focusses on the needs of children as individuals. We are committed to developing children who have a positive outlook on learning and understand what they need to do to improve and reach their potential. We focus on the importance of having a growth mindset and children taking responsibility for their own learning in preparation for their future lives in secondary school and beyond.

We are also very proud of our school community and the nurturing environment that has been created in partnership between school staff, parents, children and the Church. We want our children to come to school and enjoy what they are doing safe in the knowledge that they are going to be cared for by their fellow pupils as well as our staff. We aim to provide our children with lifelong memories and a desire to learn more.

I hope you will enjoy finding out more about our school on this website. If you are new to our school and would like more information, or to arrange a visit please do not hesitate to contact me.

Peter Armstrong – Headteacher

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Year 3’s visit to Durham Cathedral

Today Year 3 visited the magnificent building of Durham Cathedral. We spent the day learning about St Cuthbert. In the morning, with the help of our guide and her costumes and props, we re-enacted Cuthbert's life at various places in the Cathedral and of course we...

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Fun in the sun!

Well done to all the children who took part in the Intu Metrocentre Great Gateshead Run event at Saltwell Park today. Our Year 3 class ran the 1 mile fun run and ten children from Year 5 and Year 6 entered the 1 mile elite race. It was a scorching morning but everyone...

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Reading Log Winner!

Our love of reading project has been very successful and today we drew out the winner of a fantastic free day out at Kirkley Hall Zoological Gardens from a very packed reading log box! The lucky winner, from Year One, had brought in several logs already and told us...

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Outdoor Classroom Day

It was lovely to see all of the classes taking part in national outdoor classroom day. The children spent the whole day outside doing a range of activities including den and raft building, making crowns from natural materials, creating bird feeders and pebble art. As...

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