Our school has a very strong community spirit and well-established home-school partnerships. A committed governing body and P.T.A. contribute positively to the ethos of our school.
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Calling Corbridge/Hexham families looking for a fun-filled activity on 31st July. Look no further than our Music and Dancing Hands workshop with the fabulous Mayuri Boonham! @CorbridgeFirst @FirstHexham @VisitCorbridge @ForumBooks @CogitoBooks @QueensHall @hexhamcourant https://t.co/2RFph4w85l
Are you interested in life underwater? 🐬 Newcastle University’s Splashdown Summer Schools are back this year! Each summer school is one week long. Learn about marine science and the natural environment in a fun-packed week! 🐟 For more info and to book: https://t.co/XkhqdBlL5c https://t.co/lGe8c2X1N6
Year 3 are fascinated by plants and flowers and are becoming experts at examining and identifying the carpel, stigma and stamen using a magnifying glass and digital microscopes.
What a treat! Thank you to @titch’s kitchen for their kind donation of a delicious chocolate cake to say thank you to all the staff.
We are so proud of the children that took part in the Hexham First School Captain Tom litter picking challenge. They helped create a better environment on our doorstep during the bank holiday weekend & raised money in the process. #CaptainTom100 @hexhamcourant @KeepBritainTidy
As part of our ‘Earth Day’ learning the children in Year 3 learnt about two endangered animals that live in South America. They were shocked to learn that the beautiful Hyancinth Macaw is on the red list of endangered animals and could become extinct! #EarthDay2021
As part of our work on endangered animals and Africa, Year 2 found out about the artist Edward Tingatinga. They looked at his paintings and copied his style, using bright colours and patterns. We love his art! #EarthDay2021
Everyone worked together to make a giant tiger collage & also created individual tiger drawings using pastels. We read lots of stories about tigers too -our favourite was ‘The tiger who came to tea’ by Judith Kerr. We even wrote shopping lists for our very own tiger tea party.
As part of our whole school project to mark Earth Day 2021, the children have been learning about endangered animals across the globe. Reception focused on tigers and have had lots of tigery🐅fun! #EarthDay2021
As part of their work on endangered animals and Africa, Year 2 found out about the artist Edward Tingatinga. They studied his paintings and copied his style, using bright colours and patterns. #EarthDay2021
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