Year 6 Ash and OakMrs Bell and Miss McRoberts
On Friday 25th May almost 400 of us (!) went to Saltwell Park, to participate in the annual ‘Gateshead Schools Fun Run’ event. We arrived by coach and when we got there we enjoyed warming up with the Metro Gnomes!read more
We have been very fortunate to have had such a close relationship with our local church, so this week’s assembly was a particularly sad occasion for our school – as it was Father’s Tom leaving assembly.read more
Year 6 have been braving the weather in maths this week - after completing a Mishmash maths hunt in the rain! [gallery type="slideshow" size="large"...read more
As everyone around school was decorating eggs this week, Year 6 and Year 2 came together in the old Year 6 classrooms to decorate eggs. It was lovely to see both year groups working on their egg-cellent designs together.read more
Last Monday, we had brilliant time at The Sage performing at the ‘Big Spring Sing’. Thank you to all of the wonderful West Lane parents who came to support us at the event and a huge thank you to Mrs Kendrick our fabulous music teacher from Gateshead council, who worked alongside Miss Sergison so that we could reach our full potential as a choir. We hope you enjoyed the afternoon as much as we did!read more
Well done to our Y5/6 players, who played a match as part of Blaydon & District league last night. We have another match coming up soon and hopefully we will progress to the finals!read more
During Commonwealth week, Year 6 spent their afternoon’s researching their designated Commonwealth country – India. It was a shocking start to the week, as we discovered that Yorkshire tea did not come from York but actually is grown in Assam – which is in the north east of India.read more
Last week, our school had a visit from our local All Stars Cricket representative – who told us all about this summers’ exciting scheme!read more
On Monday 19th February 2018, Year 6 were lucky enough to have Beamish brought into our classrooms! Hannah and Bill from ‘Queen’s of Machines’ workshop, at Beamish Museum, came in to give us lots of information about how ‘The Great War’ changed many stereotypes for women (for a short while) and how this affected change for women now in the UK.read more
As we are studying World War 2 as our topic this term, Year 6 have decided to ‘Dig for Victory’ and this week we planted some potatoes in our school planter boxes…read more
At last night’s football match against The English Martyr’s, our team played extremely well together and we drew 1-1!
Fantastic team spirit and great sportsmanship was shown by all – well done to Adam, Mckenzie, Tre, Ellie, Holly, Spencer, Sam and Harvey!