As part of the Northern Children's Book Festival, the children in KS2 enjoyed a very humorous visit from author Guy Bass. He had us in stitches telling us all about his childhood, the lies he was told and how he wanted to be a dinosaur when he grew up....
A huge well done to each and everyone of you! Keep up the brilliant work and your love for reading! Here are the happy faces of the children who have already reached their Accelerated Reader target. Enjoy your special book mark and chocolatey treat!
Congratulations and a huge well done to our raffle winners. Within each class in KS2, all of the children who had achieved 85% and above in the quizzes this half term had their names put into the draw - and here are our lucky winners!! Enjoy spending your...
As you have seen on our Facebook page, we have had a fab time away!...
Welcome to 6P and what promises to be a fun filled and fruitful time as the children embark on their final year at Dunston Hill.
Please regularly visit our class page to see photographs and explanations of where our learning has taken us each week alongside key information and dates for 6P.
Dukes House Wood
A huge thank you to the children who made our residential such a fun experience! It was fantastic to see how much you pushed yourselves; took responsibility for organising your self and of course embraced each challenge to ensure you always had fun!
More photographs to follow.
Lost Property – there is a small selection of lost property a the front office if you have misplaced anything – please see Mrs Thompson or Miss King AFTER school.
Week Beginning 2nd October
Monday – Girls’ Football – 8am with Mr Parsons Reading Club – after school with Mrs Donaldson Gymnastics with Julie Tuesday – Drama Club – after school with Mrs Donaldson Tag Rugby Club after school with Mr Parsons YOU MUST HAVE YOUR PE KIT IN SCHOOL Wednesday – Thursday – Forest School Friday – House Captains and Vice Captains to be announced.
Progress Check Three
School Council Elections
Friday saw our school council hopefuls take to the podium as they drummed up support with their creative manifestoes. We were bowled over with campaign films, puppet shows and slogan adorned cookies and buns. Equally it was brilliant to see those children who didn’t want to run in the election help their friends out as they took on roles in the films and offered help and advice throughout the campaign process. The children worked on their campaigns purely in their own time showing their personal commitment to the election. Well done all involved! Our new School Councillors for 6P 2017-2018 are Natalie and Matthew . Vice roles have been given to Ruby and Jayden.