We finished our History topic last week with a P.E. lesson, moving like old toys. Year 2 have been learning about what life was like in the past. They compared old and new toys. Here’s Year 2, learning to move like clockwork/wind-up monkeys and walking like toy soldiers.
In our celebration assembly this morning we were delighted to award certificates to all the pupils who achieved 100% attendance for the Autumn Term 2019. As a special reward all the names were entered into a draw and one lucky winner received a GO Gateshead Clip & Climb voucher to use this term.
Year 1 and Year 2 had a fantastic time at their Christmas party on Wednesday. I couldn’t believe some of the great dance moves! We danced to party and Christmas songs, played games, ate yummy food and even had a special visitor. Santa! He came and gave all the children a Christmas gift. Everyone was
This week, Year 2 were very excited to be visiting Heworth Grange School to take part in multi-skills activities. The Year 9 Young Leaders were very helpful throughout the morning, explaining all the different activities. We dribbled balls, played golf games, played dodgeball, completed obstacle cou
KS1 and EYFS had a great morning when Tracey Corderoy came to visit Colegate. She shared her stories and brought Shifty McGifty and Slippery Sam to life. Tracey showed us how to draw Slippery Sam and we went on mini adventures with Shifty McGifty. Year 2 were very lucky to have Tracey visit. Some ch
Tracey Corderoy EYFS and KS1 were very lucky for Tracey Corderoy to visit Colegate Primary School and share her new stories with us ‘Shifty McGifty and Slippery Sam’ and ‘Mouse’s Night Before Christmas’. Tracey brought the stories alive by bringing along with her Shifty McGifty and Slippery
Year 2 had so much fun on Wednesday when Nick the Chef came to Colegate. He worked with Year 1 and 2, showing us all how to make delicious, healthy meals. Some children helped cook a pasta salad and some children made a nutritious spaghetti bolognese – with a secret ingredient! (apple juice!) The ch
Thank you to all of the children (and grown ups!) who created some fantastic pieces of homework over February half term. I am so impressed at the creativity and effort put in!
The children enjoyed showing their houses to the whole class this afternoon. They explained how they had built them and which materials they had used.