Year 6

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Spring Watch at St Joseph’s Juniors

Yesterday, to mark the Spring equinox, and for some the first official day of Spring, the whole school took part in a Spring Nature Day. The day began with an assembly led by a representative from the Woodland Trust, who explained to the children how important trees...

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Performance Poetry Week

Our Performance Poetry was another huge success this year, with some outstanding performances from all year groups. Each year group gave a fantastic performance of a classic class poem (The Lion and Albert by Marriot Edgar by Y3; The Listeners by Walter de La Mare by...

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Cross County Competition

Well done to those children from our school who ran in the Chester-Le-Street Cross Country Championships on Saturday morning (see photos below). The weather was reasonably warm, certainly better than the ice and snow of the previous week, let’s hope for good...

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Annual Performance Poetry Competition 2018

Next week in school we are holding our annual Performance Poetry week. Children from all classes will be learning by heart and performing a range of classic poems including: The Listeners by Walter de La Mare; The Pied Piper of Hamelin by Robert Browning; The Lion and...

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Y6 Advent Liturgy – the Candle of Love

In our Advent liturgies over the last few weeks, we have been meeting some of those who joyfully shared the good news of the Saviour’s birth. The prophets prepared the people for the coming of the Messiah and the shepherds told all they saw of the good news of the...

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Christmas Jumper Day and Christmas Lunch.

Our annual Christmas Jumper day coincided with Christmas lunch at St Joseph’s Juniors this year which made for a very festive celebration as you can see from the photographs below (Naughty Elf even got in on the fun too! – can you spot him in the...

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Home for Christmas by Year 5 and Year 6

Taking the theme of ‘No room at the inn’, the Year 5 and Year 6 children’s musical contrasts the bustling commercialism of a modern Christmas with the plight of the homeless at this special time of the year. It’s a manic pre-Christmas shopping...

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Our Parliamentary Visitors

On Friday 8th December, Year 5 and 6 had a very special visit from our local MP, Liz Twist, who came to visit as part of a Parliamentary Workshop. Liz talked to the children about her role in parliament and how she came to be an MP. The children also asked lots of...

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Anti-Bullying Assembly 2017

As always, our school was very keen to join in with the annual national anti-bullying campaign again this year ‘ALL DIFFERENT, ALL EQUAL’ – a message which as a Catholic school we already understand and always strive to live our through remembering...

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Year 6 visit to SafetyWorks!

This week our Year 6 class visited SafetyWorks in Newcastle. SafetyWorks is a life sized, safety ‘town’ of scenarios which are traditionally built ‘bricks and mortar’ scenes from everyday life. They include a house, road with pedestrian crossing, police station,...

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Raising Aspirations

Last week our Year 6 class attended an ‘Apprentice Student on Campus’ event organised by Northumbria University. This is an opportunity for pupils to spend a day on campus, taking part in fun activities and sports and get a taste of what it is like to be a...

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November, the month to remember…

In November the Head Teacher led a very special assembly to celebrate All Souls day, after which the children all wrote a special prayer card to commemorate a loved one who had died, the prayers were hung on our ‘Tree of Remembrance’ (see below) and different cards...

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