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RAAC Temporary School Closure Update

Please click here to view a media statement update from our Trust.

School Closure Update

Dear Parents and Carers,  We are waiting for further information from the Trust about St Anne’s Catholic Primary School and our plan going forward. We will be in touch as soon as we know more information. From Tuesday 5th September all teachers will be contacting parents and carers as we look forward to catching up […]

Ofsted Report Publication

Dear Parents and Carers, I am pleased to attach a copy of our latest Ofsted report and accompanying letter. Thank you, Mrs Fraser

Year 4/5 Appliqué

Year 4/5 have been practising their appliqué skills for their cushion and have produced some brilliant designs.

Ofsted Visit – Friday 5th May 2023

We have received notification today that St Anne’s Catholic Primary School will undergo its Ofsted Inspection on Friday 5th May 2023. All children have been issued with a letter, providing you with information on how to share your views with Inspectors via an online form.  Your ongoing support with our school community is grealty appreciated. […]

Year 4/5 Textiles

Year 4/5 have been working very hard on their cross-stitching skills for their cushion making. They all managed to produce neat stitches and are ready to progress to using felt next week.

KS2 online author visit with Rob Biddulph.

All of the children across KS2 had a very exciting morning on Monday as they took part in an online workshop with author Rob Biddulph. Rob is known for his fantastic picture book creations and his love of art and story-telling was shared with the children. The theme of the morning was based on the […]

Year 4/5 Art and Design – Mayan Prints

Angel of the North 25th Anniversary

Year 4/5 Centre for Life trip

Girls in Science

Some Year 6 girls were chosen to go to Cardinal Hume to take part in their girls in science event where they were able to work with key women in science who worked with them to develop key scientific equipment. This event was a huge success and the girls really enjoyed it. They seen first […]

Maths Investigations!

Children in year 2 have been completing a range of maths investigations. They used their knowledge in addition, subtraction, multiplication, shape and more to find solutions to some of the problems. Well done year 2.

Angel of the North 25th Anniversary Project

Year 4/5 have been working on their collages for the Angel of the North Anniversary project. They used their experimental work from last week to cut and stick onto an outline of the angel with the background and foreground colours in mind. The children are loving getting creative and exploring different ways to view our […]

KS2 Curriculum Morning

We had a fantastic end to our half term as we welcomed grown ups into school to share some of the brilliant curriculum work produced by our St. Anne’s children. The children were so excited to show off their Art, D&T and Science work with their loved ones and adults got to enjoy a cup […]

Curriculum Coffee Mornings

On Thursday 16th February, we will be hosting a Curriculum Coffee Morning for Reception, Year 1 and Year 2, where parents, carers and family members are invited into the school hall from 9.15am to 10.30am to celebrate with the children some of the work they have been completing over the half term. Tea, coffee and […]

Parent Consultations

Parent Consultations will take place in school on Tuesday 7th March from 1pm to 6pm. Bookings are now live. Please click book now to select an appointment slot. Appointments are strictly 10 minutes. If two parents and carers are attending together, you will only need to book one ticket (slot). Therefore, we have added a […]

Seven Stories!

Year 2 had a fantastic trip to Seven Stories in Newcastle where they explored the centre, retold and re-enacted stories, made their own toy and explored the winter wonderland. They had a fantastic day.

Fruity Creations…

Year 2 had a visitor from an Animal Aid charity Worker who taught us all about how we can care for animals in our environment and why some mini beasts are so important to our ecosystem. We made our own fruity mini beasts and tasted new fruits we hadn’t eaten before.

Wonderful Windmills!

Wonderful Windmills! In Design and Technology, Year 2 children researched, designed, made and evaluated their own windmills. As you can see they are fantastic! Such fantastic skills.

Habitat Hunting!

Habitat Hunting Year 2 Children enjoyed using the binoculars to search for and identify habitats and micro habitats.

Author Visit

Author Visit Today in Year 3, we were very fortunate to be part of an exciting author visit hosted by World of Stories. The author of Football Rising Stars: Marcus Rashford, Harry Meredith talked to the children in great detail about his life as an author. He spoke about his aspirations to be an author […]

Beamish Museum

Beamish Museum Today Year One got to go on a trip to Beamish Museum and take part in a toys workshop. The children got to play with a variety of different toys from the 1950s and picked their favourites to create their own Beamish Toy Shop window display. It was so much fun! After their […]

Year 6 Design & Technology

Year 6 Design & Technology In Year 6 our topic for D&T this half term has been to adapt a recipe to make it healthier. The children have learnt about nutrition and the five main food groups, they have compared recipes and identified which recipe is healthier and they have also created their own pizza […]

Bonfire Night Safety

Bonfire Night Safety In Year One we have been learning about Bonfire Night and how we can stay safe during Bonfire celebrations this weekend. We looked at different ways we can stay safe and talked about our ideas of what we can do on Bonfire night to stay safe. We them drew pictures to match […]

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RAAC Temporary School Closure Update

Please click here to view a media statement update from our Trust.

School Closure Update

Dear Parents and Carers,  We are waiting for further information from the Trust about St Anne’s Catholic Primary School and our plan going forward. We will be in touch as soon as we know more information. From Tuesday 5th September all teachers will be contacting parents and carers as we look forward to catching up […]

Ofsted Report Publication

Dear Parents and Carers, I am pleased to attach a copy of our latest Ofsted report and accompanying letter. Thank you, Mrs Fraser

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RAAC Temporary Closure

School is temporarily closed following an instruction by the Department for Education, due to RAAC being in existence. Further details can be found in our letter to parents dated 01/09/2023 found on our letters / newsletters page. Please bear with us whilst we work through the detail and make the necessary arrangements to cause the least disruption to our staff and pupils. We are working very hard to make emergency arrangements and will issue further updates as soon as we are able. If you have an urgent RAAC enquiry please email raac@bwcet.com. Thankyou.

 

If your query is relating to a student in the school, our new temporary phone number is
0191 823 9390


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