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Emily in Reception Class (and her Mum) & Mr Addinall and take part in the MoRun November 2017

Emily in Reception Class (and her Mum) & Mr Addinall and take part in the MoRun November 2017  1
Emily in Reception Class (and her Mum) & Mr Addinall and take part in the MoRun November 2017  2

Exert from the web site explaining about running for "Mens Health"

THE POWER OF MORUNNING

The power of MoRunning brings out the best in all of us!

Whether it makes you run fast, run in style, run in pride or run together, it has the ability to make us all smile, whilst at the same time help raise massive awareness and funds for Men's Health through the Movember Foundation charity.

2017 is set to be even better than ever. One of the most exciting additions to this year is the introduction of Mini MoRunning. A 1.5km mini MoRun. Remember MoRunners, you're part of a community, a family, a team. When you step up to that start line, remember that you're helping men live longer, healthier lives.

We'll clap for you, we'll shout at you, we'll support you, maybe even laugh at you (all in good humour of course) but mainly we will praise you for your commitment to making a difference. Run hard, run fast, have fun and enjoy being part of something special.

Isla Year 3 Wins the Safe City Bear Summer Competition, October 2017

Isla Year 3 Wins the Safe City Bear Summer Competition, October 2017 1 Isla's family joined the celebration
Picture 1 Safe City Bear came into school
Picture 2 Safe City Bear presenting Isla's prize
Picture 3 Well done Isla!
Picture 4 Isla won a £20 voucher for Smiggle

Join the hunt for Safe City Bear!

​If you go down to the city this summer….you may come across a teddy bear!
The summer hunt for Durham's 'Safe City Bear' was launched in the Market Place in Durham city. Safe City Bear was joined by police, civic dignatories and local families who helped with the launch. A total of 115 teddy bears were hiding in shop and cafe windows across the city centre, each wearing a blue, red, green or yellow sash representing a key safety warning.

Red means “Say No to Strangers”
Yellow means “Keep it Hidden, Keep it Safe”
Blue means “Stay Safe around Rivers and Ponds”
Green means “Keep Durham City Tidy”.

To help us make Durham the safest city in the country, the idea was that children, would get involved to hunt for the teddy bears and when found would be reminded of the safety message that particular bear represented.

The winner is….

The bear hunt ended on Sunday, 30th August and the winner announced on Wednesday, 2nd September, is Isa, Year 3 from Finchale Primary School.

Running (October 2017)

Running (October 2017) 1 Patrick Year 4
Running (October 2017) 2 Ran the Active Northumberland, Kielder Junior Run

Fantastic Football (October 2017)

Fantastic Football (October 2017) 1
Fantastic Football (October 2017) 2
Fantastic Football (October 2017) 3
Well done to Daniel and Charley from Year 2 who were in a newspaper article in the Sunderland Echo for playing brilliant football. They play for Deerness Football Club and Durham County and were celebrating their achievement of wining a match against 9 year olds when they are only 6 years old themselves. Keep up the good work boys! 

Superb Swimming (October 2017)

Superb Swimming (October 2017) 1 Imogen Year 2
Superb Swimming (October 2017) 2 Achieved Learn to Swim - Level 3

We all wore our jeans to school on Friday 22/9/17 to support Jeans for Genes Day. We raised a fantastic £162.40 for this worthy charity. Well done and thank you to all involved including Fergus in Year 5 who suggested the event to Mrs Whitton. 

The difference you make

The charity helps disorder-specific charities and patient groups to deliver inspiring projects and support services for children affected by genetic disorders in the UK.

The monies raised on Jeans for Genes Day provide grants for day-to-day support, equipment, nursing and patient support services, and events which bring together affected children and their families.

 

Picture 1 Fergus Y5 with Mrs Whitton
Picture 2 Ben, Reception Class
Picture 3 Magda, Rosie and Ava - Year 1
Picture 4 Daniel, Oscar and Chirag - Year 2
Picture 5 Max, Year 3
Picture 6 Cara, Year 4
Picture 7 Yinuo and Pooja, Year 5
Picture 8 Harriet, Year 6

Swimming (September 2017)

Swimming (September 2017) 1 Izzy, Year 2
Swimming (September 2017) 2 Achieved Learn To Swim Stage 4

Royal Academy of Dance (September 2017)

Royal Academy of Dance (September 2017)  1 Isla, Year 3
Royal Academy of Dance (September 2017)  2 Received a Merit for her "Primary in Dance" Exam
Picture 1 Isabella, Year 2
Picture 2 Class Award - "Pre-Primary in Dance"
Picture 1 Ruby, Year 2
Picture 2 Class Award - "Pre-Primary in Dance"

Clarinet Success

Clarinet Success 1
Well done to Meadow Y6 for passing her ABRSM Grade 2 clarinet exam, this is a great achievement!

Shotokan Karate (September 2017)

Shotokan Karate (September 2017) 1 Rebecca, Year 2
Shotokan Karate (September 2017) 2 Edward, Year 4
Shotokan Karate (September 2017) 3 Rebecca & Edward Achieved 8th Kyu, Red Belt.
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Great North Run Participants (September 2017)

Great North Run Participants (September 2017) 1

A huge well done to our Great North Run participants:

Year 1: Chloe, Emily and Freya.

Year 2: Phoebe, Imogen, Chirag and Isabella.

Year 3: Josh, Jenna, Holly, William, Ross and Patrick.

Year 5: Fergus.

Summer Reading Challenge 2017 (September 2017)

Summer Reading Challenge 2017 (September 2017) 1
Summer Reading Challenge 2017 (September 2017) 2
Summer Reading Challenge 2017 (September 2017) 3

A huge well done to our pupils who took part in the Reading Agency and Libraries

"Animal Agents - Summer Reading Challenge 2017". Supported by the Arts Council England. 

Picture in Centre

Front row (left to right): Charley Y2, Lucy Y2, Harriet Y2

Back row (left to right): Ruby Y2, Izzy Y2 and Dominic Y2

Picture on Right

Rose Y1

CHAPS Championship Show (Sept 2017)

CHAPS Championship Show (Sept 2017) 1
Well done to a special young lady in Year 4 for winning a prize at a Horse Show. She was the Class Winner for the horse that was well groomed and ran out nicely. A great achievement at a championship show!
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