Fun at School


STEM Careers Week This week Year 4 have been visited by members of the public who have careers involving, Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths. We were first visited by Miss Jobes, an Environmental Health officer for Gateshead council. She explained how she began her education here at Corpus Christi, talked about her training and her…Continue Reading

S.T.E.M. Week visitors

This week we have some exciting visitors coming into school to talk to us about jobs requiring good skills in S.T.E.M. – science, technology, engineering and maths. Today’s visitor in Year 3 was an Environmental Health Officer. She had also attended our school as a pupil! She told us how she became an Environmental Health…Continue Reading

World Book Day

World Book Day This year for world book day we decided to embrace the message buy a book not a costume and instead of dressing up as a character from a book, we brought in our favourite book from home to share with the other children in our class. In Year 5 we had a…Continue Reading

World Book Day

What a fabulous World Book Day we had in Year 2! We started the day by sharing our favourite stories and books from home with each other. Then Mrs Clarke shared her favourite story – The Twits by Roald Dahl. After that we then split into two teams – boys vs girls and competed against…Continue Reading

World Book Day

What a fabulous World Book Day! We started the day by giving some ‘Speedy Book Reviews’. Everyone brought a book in from home that they have enjoyed reading; we had to describe the book to a partner in 1 minute. Then it was our partner’s turn to describe their book while we listened and decided…Continue Reading

World Book Day

Year 1 had lots of fun this year on World Book Day. Everyone brought their own book in from home to share with the class. First of all the children stood up at the front of the room one by one, and briefly explained what their story, or book was all about. We looked at…Continue Reading

Wonderful World Book Day!

On World Book Day, Nursery had the very important job of starting off the whole school story, using mystery objects as prompts. Mrs Lilley brought in an old watering can, which contained a very unusual sticky, glittery liquid. The nursery children described  the watering can, setting the scene for the story. We then spent a…Continue Reading