School Events and Visits

We aim to add extra value to the curriculum by arranging a wide variety of in- school events and external educational visits.


Year 4 Attendance Reward Day

Year 4 have done it! We have the best attendance for this academic year in the whole school. The staff decided to take us for a fun filled day to Hetton Country Park to celebrate our achievement. Some of us had fun playing cricket, football and rounders while others chilled out colouring in and reading in the sun. We enjoyed lunch followed by ice pops then played in the park. Let’s see if any class can beat our attendance next year or will we retain our crown? Well done Year 4; you’re amazing!

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Let the games begin…

Year 4 had a fun WOW morning where we took part in a quiz based on the European countries we have been learning about. The gloves were off as we battled against each other to be crowned champions! Thank you to our friends and family for your continued support.

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Y5 Rainton Meadows Visit

Year 5 visited Rainton Meadows Nature Reserve this week to take part in activities linked to their learning in Science. During the pond dipping activity, the children used nets to carefully catch examples of the pond-life and identify it using a chart. They found...

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Year 6 visited SafetyWorks! on Wednesday this week.  SafetyWorks! is a multi-agency interactive safety centre in Newcastle.  Whilst there, we learned about emergency first aid – including how to put an unresponsive person in the recovery position, fire prevention in...

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Our visit to the local Gurdwara

As part of our topic on ‘How Sikhs express their beliefs’, Year 4 visited the local Gurdwara. Whilst there we found out all about where Sikhism began, the beliefs and everyday routines and rituals of Sikhs, their holy book – the Guru Granth Sahib and where and how they worship as well been given the opportunity to ask our own questions about the faith. We then enjoyed juice and snacks in their ‘free kitchen’ – the langar.

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‘Da said men don’t cry’

Our Mini-Police represented the school this weekend at the official unveiling of the new statue in Hetton-Le-Hole to celebrate our mining heritage. The statue is a lasting memorial to our past and a tribute to the men and women who built our coal mining community. Billy, from Year 5, placed our time capsule underground on behalf of our school. Staff are very proud of all the children from Easington Lane Primary who attended this fantastic event.

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Bridge Building Challenge!

Year 5 completed their Spring Term WOW week today. Parents were invited in to help their children in a bridge building challenge. The idea was to build the strongest possible bridge using only art straws, card and sticky tape. There were some magnificent creations!...

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Wear Walk!

Year 5 Spring term WOW week is in full swing and the children have completed two sections of the River Wear Trail. The first section was from Sunderland Marina to Southwick and the second section was from Fatfield to the Victoria Viaduct. The class have been learning...

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Year 5 WOW Week!

Year 5 WOW week began in earnest today! The children spent this morning taking part in orienteering activities linked to their work in Geography. It was a lot of fun and the class used their mapping skills very well. In the afternoon, the Sunderland Maritime Heritage...

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Super Segedunum

This week, Year 4 enjoyed a visit to the Roman Fort of Segedunum as part of our Ruthless Romans topic. We were put through our paces as Roman recruits, training to become soldiers. We also explored the ruins and found about life for soldiers living on the fort many years ago. Have a look through our pictures to see what we got up to.

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Year 6 are having climbing lessons this term at Sunderland Climbing wall.  Some of our class were a little nervous at first but now there’s no stopping us.  Some of us have climbed as high as 17 m...

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Decades Fashion Show!

Year 6 did an amazing job with their ‘Decades Fashion Show’ today.  They all thoroughly enjoyed showing off the fashions from the 1960’s, 1970’s and 1980’s.  We definitely have some supermodels in our midst! Thanks to all the parents, grandparents and family members...

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