Mr Steadman and Miss Smith have been training up our new Sports Leaders.
They will be teaching our younger children some new games, and joining in with their games too.
Some Year 1 children were on hand to help give them some practise in using their leadership skills.
Miss Cook came back to visit us in Year 1 after her month long visit to Kenya. She had been a volunteer teacher at a school there and wanted to share details of her fantastic experience with us. She saw zebras, elephants, giraffes, lions and hippos while on a safari there. At break times, the pupils ate cooked sweet potato or corn on the cob. Miss Cook brought a Kenyan worry doll and a Masai warrior robe to show us. Lots of our pupils seem keen on going on travel adventures just like Miss Cook.
A local theatre company performed ‘Ti Jean and his Goat’ for us in a mixture of English and
With the environment being at the forefront of many people’s minds these days, we thought we’d have a whole school Arty Party, re-designing old T-shirts in preparation for Europe Day.
A Mental & Emotional Health Parent/Carer Event will be taking place on Tuesday 15th May from 4:30pm until 7:30pm.
This is organised by Healthy Schools South Tyneside. All parents and carers are welcome to attend.
Please click here for further information.
The children asked and answered lots of questions during our whole school No Smoking Day assembly. Their posters and wishes show that they feel well informed from the activities they joined in with that day.
Class Y1R performed their Class Celebration Assembly to parents, then the whole school, on Children in Need Day. It was a great way to end Anti-bullying Week 2017.
As part of Anti-Bullying Week, Kalma Juniors visited some of our Year 1 pupils after school to take part in a yoga session. The children experienced sequences of yoga postures, breathing and mindfulness for them to use in everyday life situations.