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In our Arts and Crafts After School Club, we were inspired by the theme of Remembrance Day and created our own collages of poppies. We also practised our cutting skills and made split pin poppies.

In our Arts and Crafts After School Club, we explored different techniques of observational art. We created our own observational drawings and focused on ‘Beautiful Autumn’.

In our Arts and Crafts After School Club, we created our own masterpieces in the style of Henri Matisse.

We had a special Collective Worship with our friends from Open the Book at St Giles' Church who told the story of Abraham.

All classes worked with Captain Chemistry. We had great fun!

Congratulations to Year 6 for working so hard this year. We enjoyed lots of post-SATs treats!

Well done to everyone who represented St Hild's at the Durham Dash.

Year 6 represented St Hild's at the Leavers' Service at Durham Cathedral. We had a lovely day.

We all took part in the Hoop Starz activities today. We gave a 100% effort in our movements.

It was lovely to welcome Liz Million back into school. Thanks for coming, Liz, it's been too long!

We didn't let the rain spoil our Coronation Celebrations! Congratulations King Charles! God save the King.

Each class entered Belmont Parish Council art competition and created their own King Charles artwork.

Year 5 and Year 6 completed a First Aid course with Nikki from the Red Cross

We all took part in a Team Building day with Darren from Durham SSP. Well done to our Y5 leaders - you did brilliantly all day!

We were inspired by the visit of Jim O'Connor who told us all about his charity, the Dorothy's Wells project in Tanzania, and the huge impact this has had on the lives of children living in rural communities.

All classes took part in a live PE lesson with LK and Durham SSP - it was hard work!

Meghan from our catering partners Chartwells came in to deliver a school lunch taster event.

Year 6 had a fantastic time during their residential at Derwent Hill in Keswick

We tool part in the ‘Skip into Spring’ Project ☺️

KS2 art club explored the work of different artists

Year 5 and Year 6 followed Gino D'Acampo's recipe to make their own delicious pizzas

In PE, Year 1 created different dance movements to represent a variety of vehicles.

Reception children created a beautiful Easter garden and retold the Easter Story.

Donaldson’s Class celebrated World Water Day by completing a range of creative activities.

We took part in the story of Zaccheaus with our friends from Open the Book at St Giles' Church

KS2 took part in Prayer Space workshops with Durham Emmanuel Church

Class 2 and Class 6 worked with Mrs Davies from Durham SSP during the Spring Term.

Meghan from Chartwells came into school to work with KS2. We found out about "sweet swaps" and made tasty chocolate hummus - a healthier treat which could replace our usual chocolate spreads

We took part in Unplugged Coding Day and found out why accurate algorithms and code are so important

During Safer Internet Day, we worked with BigFoot Arts. We know that we need to make sensible decisions to keep ourselves safe every time we go online.

Exciting News! We've won another competition. Breakfast Club took part in Robinson's Healthy Smoothie competition and we had a winner! Well done to everyone who entered and congratulations to our overall winner!

We had another wonderful visit from Take Away Theatre Group - thank you for coming in again this year!

KS2 took part in a special Christmas Choir with students from Collingwood Choir at Durham University. Scarlet, Ella and Pang came into school every week to teach us the Christmas Song then we went on a trip to their College to record the video. We became pop stars for the day and we can't wait for the final music video! Thanks to everyone who made this possible!

Mrs White's Reading Club was great fun!

KS2 evaluated our Children's Anti Bullying policy to make sure that it still meets the needs of everyone in school. The updated document is on the Policies page.

We thought about the importance of charity and supporting others during Children in Need Day

We reflected on the importance of Remembrance and Breakfast Club created some beautiful Remembrance Wreaths.