News Blog

News and Updates from across the school

Learning outside of the classroom!

What have we been up to over the past few days whilst school was closed due to the weather? Has anyone learned how to build an igloo? Who was most creative when it came to snow sculpting?? Snowmen? Snow-women? Snow creatures? Snow mobiles? We'd love to see what you...

School is open! MONDAY 5TH MARCH

It's business as usual tomorrow as school will be re-opening. Please ensure children have the appropriate footwear and clothing so that they can have some fun outside in the playground at breaktimes. A change of footwear/socks is recommended. Please take care...

S’no’w School: Friday 2nd March

We are continuing to follow advice from the Met office and Clover Hill Primary will remain closed on Friday 2nd March. We apologise for any inconvenience this causes but have to put the safety of our families, staff and community first.

School closed Thursday 1st March

Unfortunately due to the amount of snow we have received, the forecast for overnight and travel warnings being issued, we have made the decision to close the school tomorrow (Thursday 1st March). World Book Day will be rearranged for the following week. Further...

Gymnastics Fantastic

Lots so smiling faces and enjoyment today during our first gymnastic lesson with Katie. We warmed up thoroughly before we attempted some very tricky stretches and balances with our partners. Finally, teamwork came into it when we had to support a member of the group...

Bike ability with Year 5

A fun-packed morning with Year 5 this morning as they were out practising  their signalling and manoeuvres in preparation for next week out on the roads. Keep up the practice by showing off your skills over the weekend ready for your first outing next week.

Printing Fun in Year 3

In art this term we have explored the Ancient Egyptian form of picture writing known as hieroglyphics. We have made our own stencil version out of string and glue. We have had great fun creating original and repeating patterns using our stencils. 

Year 6 Scientists

Today Year 6 put theory into practice and tested out a variety of predictions regarding the factors that could affect the brightness of a bulb within a circuit. Each group chose what they would like to focus their investigation on.  They looked at how length of wire,...

On to the Finals….

The Year 5/6 football team kicked off 2018 with a fantastic start, competing in and winning the first round of the Gateshead 5-a-side tournament. The boys were deserved winners,  racking up three wins 7-0, 4-0 and 1-0, conceding no goals in the entire competition. The...

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