A Huge Thank you

Many thanks to all of our families for your wonderful generosity this  Advent. The disco, book sale and Christmas jumper day raised a fantastic £573.80 !!

This will go to Mission Together – whose motto is ‘Children helping children’

It will be used to help children who live in rural and isolated communities in parts of the developing world to have adequate health care and education.

Article 24

All Children have the right to the best health care possible, safe water to drink, nutritious food, a clean and safe environment, and information to help them stay well.

Article 27

All children have the right to food, clothing, a safe place to live and to have their basic needs met. They should not be disadvantaged so that they can’t do many of the things other kids can do.

Article 28

 All children  have the right to a good quality education. They should be encouraged to go to school to the highest level they can.


Many thanks once again.We could not do this without your support!

Rights Champions

Each week our Rights Respecting Steering group name two children who have displayed that they are looking after the rights of others in our school. We call them our Rights Champions. They receive a special certificate and get to wear our Rights Respecting T. shirt in school all the next weekContinue Reading

Corpus Christi Nativity

Thank you to all who came to our wonderful Nativity performances today. The children worked so hard-from Reception class through to Year 6, and really did themselves proud. We have some real talent here in Corpus Christi! And thank you also for your continued generosity. Your donations raised well over £200! We’ll update this page…Continue Reading

Exciting Science!

Our new science topic in Year 2 is ‘Living things’. Mrs Clarke was given a humongous tarantula skin, so they started their new topic off in style!  The skin came from a large tarantula called Hera. Initially the children were afraid, but after seeing Mrs Clarke and Mrs Jones being brave and handling the skin…Continue Reading

Writing letters

Last week the children in Year 2 were very excited because we were visited by one of Santa’s elves!  Mrs Gunby caught the elf on the school cameras and found a letter that it had left behind addressed to Year 2! The children wanted to interview Mrs Gunby to see what she knew about the…Continue Reading

Safety Works

  This week in Year 5 we visited the ‘Safety Works’ in Newcastle and we had a fantastic time learning how to be safe and look after ourselves. In groups we took part in a number of different workshops lead by members of the Tyne & Wear Rescue Service. The first situation we encountered was…Continue Reading

Tesco Visit

  On Monday morning we had a visit from a lady called Margaret who works in Tesco Gateshead. She came to talk do some Christmas crafts with us as part of our DT topic. We were lucky enough that Margaret was able to bring with her lots of fresh ingredients from the Tesco store she…Continue Reading

Gateshead in a Box

Following our fantastic trip to the Shipley Art Gallery Earlier this term we were delighted to welcome our guide Julie into school last week. She had come to visit us and do some work on our Local History topic with us. We took part in a workshop called ‘Gateshead in a box’. Julie had brought…Continue Reading

Take A Seat

In Year 4 this half term, we have looked at chairs as the inspiration for our D&T topic. We have looked at different designs of chairs and what their purposes may be. We have designed chairs for different people and imagined what they would want from their chair. Last week, we went to the Shipley…Continue Reading