Year 2 parents are invited to take part in a Family Learning programme with Sunderland AFC’s Foundation of Light. The first course will begin on the 3rd October 2018 and will be ‘Supporting your child with their English Learning’.
South Tyneside Council are running a number of activities over the Summer Holidays, which may be of interest.
More information can be found following this link or by downloading the pdf below.
Many thanks to all who came to our Summer Fair on Friday 29th June.
Special thanks must go to O’Brien’s Funfairs, Steve’s Animal Ark, Northumbria Police, Radio South Tyneside, Friends of Fellgate and to all our families who came and supported the school.
We raised over £900 for school funds!
Once again, Fellgate will be taking part in The Big Pedal. This year it will be running from 23rd April to the 4th May.
The Big Pedal aims to inspire children to cycle or scoot to school with lots of prizes on offer!
We will count the number of journeys made by our children, families and staff and enter these on the Big Pedal website. Last year we did really well and hopefully we will have lots of children making their journeys to school by bike or scooter.
More information can be found by clicking this link…
The Big Pedal 2018
Many thanks to all our Fellgate families who came and joined in with our Smelly Egg Competition.
The standard of entries was incredible with some very creative ideas. Well done everyone!
We will be looking at all aspects of e-safety and appropriate internet use with the children throughout this week.
Useful information for parents on how to support your child to stay safe and positive online, can be found here…
Our book fair is here! It will be open each morning from 8.30 and after school from 3.20 Monday-Friday this week only. The more money we raise, the more books and resources we get for our school. There are some great books on offer, ideal for Christmas…
Thank you for your support.
It would be lovely to see you there!
Hawthorns have been doing some fantastic work during Anti-Bullying Week. The theme this year is ‘All Different, All Equal’.
We have really enjoyed participating in Kidsafe week and ‘Purple Day’ raising funds for the charity Kidsafe UK. We designed and created banners, flags and posters!
Each class made Kidsafe themed treats to sell at playtimes. Yum!
On ‘Purple Day’ we all wore something Purple. We used our banners and flags to welcome Val and Jude (Kidsafe UK programme developers) and KS to Fellgate. We had a really great day!