Congratulations to Mrs Hann. Enjoy your retirement - we will all really miss you!
Well done to our half term stars
Well done to everyone who performed during our Talent Show. St Hild’s really does have talent!
Oompah brass were brilliant!
The winners of the annual staff v Year 6 rounders match were ... YEAR 6!
We have supported Dorothy’s Wells this year and Jim came back into school to see us. Thank you to everyone for your kind donations
Well done to our KS2 musicians
Sports Day was great fun!
Well done to our road safety competition winners
Northumbrian Water came in to teach us how to save water
KS2 had great fun during the “St Hild’s Olympics”
We enjoyed our skipping day with Gail
Winners at Belmont in Bloom art competition “Summer”
Lots of adults came to join in our Father’s Day activities
We are enjoying our new playtime toys
Well done to our half term stars 🌟
Google came in to teach KS2 how to be internet legends
Well done to our half term stars ⭐️
Reverend Tom came in for our Easter Eucharist
We had a lovely time decorating eggs with our families for our annual competition
Year 6 have completed their PWA Explorers Award. We held a graduation afternoon to celebrate this fantastic achievement!
We had a Mother’s Day afternoon tea - we had a lovely afternoon
We planted a time capsule in the sensory garden to celebrate St Hild’s in 2019
Year 6 hosted a tea party as part of their PWA Award
We wore odd socks for Down’s Syndrome Awareness Day
Year 5 and Year 6 had a fantastic time at RobinWood!
KS2 were invited to Hild Bede College in Durham for an Easter Egg hunt. We had a great afternoon 🐣
We are taking part in lantern making sessions with our families
On Red Nose Day, we raised money for Comic Relief by wearing red, having crazy hair and selling cakes. We even had a School Council v Teachers quiz. The children won!
Each class took part in a judo lesson - it was great fun!
World Book Day was great fun!
An alien spaceship crash-landed in school!
Reverend Tom came into school for our Ash Eucharist
We had fun learning Tai Chi and Kung Fu
Our walk to school event was a great success 👟 Thanks to everyone who took part
The Book Bus visited St Hild’s
🌟🌟🌟Well done to all of our half term stars 🌟🌟🌟
Our Dojo party was great fun 🎉
Gillian came into school to talk to us about Parliament, laws and the importance of democracy
Each class presented their online safety work during our e-safety assembly
Reverend Alan brought Bishop Frances into school. He comes from South Sudan and he told us all about his life. It was lovely to meet him. He really liked the African houses our Year 1 children had been making :)
We are completing the Family Learning programme with NUFC this term. It’s great fun!
Code Club is great fun. We are developing our programming skills
We entered Durham County Council’s “safe school gates” competition and we were one of the winning schools! Look out for the huge sign on our school gate.
🎄🎄🎄 We ended the term with Carols Around the Tree 🎄🎄🎄
Reverend Tom came in for our Christmas Eucharist
Our Nativity “The Inn-Spectors” was brilliant!
Our Dojo Treat was great fun - we all chose our favourite activity
Choir went Carol singing in Tesco - they were fantastic 🎵🎄🎅🏻
Our Christmas disco was great fun
KS2 had a great Christmas party 🎈 🎉🎄
We really enjoyed our Christmas dinner 🍽
Look at our Christmas jumpers!
Our Christmas music concert was brilliant. Well done to all of our performers and thank you to Mr Clark and Mr Wilkinson for their hard work this term 🎵
Christmas Fun Day was great! Thank you to all of the adults who helped and well done to Y6 for running all of the stalls
⭐️🌟⭐️ Well done to our half term stars ⭐️ 🌟⭐️
We are collecting gifts for a school in Tanzania throughout advent. Jim from Dorothy’s Wells will give them to the children he supports
Take Away Theatre performed Aladdin - it was fantastic!
We are working on mindfulness in school by starting every afternoon with yoga
We had a lovely day wearing our pyjamas to raise money for Children in Need
Year 5 created some lovely anti-bullying leaflets and posters
Lest we forget
Well done to our road safety competition winners who designed posters to remind people to park safely outside the school gates
Ruth from Durham County Council came into school to talk to us about recycling and help us to be responsible citizens
Congratulations to our new School Council
We held our School Council elections. All of our candidates did a great job!
Jet and Ben came in to meet our Mini Police team
🌟🌟🌟 Well done to our stars of this half term 🌟🌟🌟
Our Dojo treat was great fun!
We held our Harvest Festivals at St Giles Church. Thanks to everyone for your kind donations
We had a copper snake competition to raise money for MacMillian. Thanks to everyone who brought in their coins.
We had another Hoopstarz day! It was great fun!
We held our annual MacMillian coffee afternoon. Well done to Year 6 and thanks to Mrs White for organising it. We raised £226 - thanks to everyone who came to support us
Strider came into school with Nina to launch our walk to school initiative
We completed our Buddy Workout to raise money for the NSPCC
Miss Forster taught us a story in French to celebrate European Day of Languages
Cheryl from the NSPCC came in to remind everyone in school to “Speak out, Stay safe”
Year 5 and Year 6 helped to develop a Sensory Garden at Simon Berry Opticians with the RSPB and John from Wilderness Tamed
🎸🎸🎸 We launched Times Tables Rock Stars in style! 🎸🎸🎸
Year 5 and Year 6 took took part in a rowing competition with Durham City Rowing Club - it was great fun (we were all very competitive!)
We’ve had a great first week. Thanks to everyone who came to our meet the teacher afternoon
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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