Newsletter 24/06/19

Dear Parents and Carers, I hope this letter finds you well as we enter the final four weeks of the school year. There’s a lot to fit into the end of the term and I wanted to share information about some of these important events. Staffing for September- We have now...

Missing Scooter

Dear Parents and Carers, On Friday last week (21st June) a scooter belonging to one of our children went missing.  It is black, red and gold and was next to the bike shelter.  I did post a tweet about this on Friday but haven't had any response - if anyone does know...

Summer Music Performance – 18th July 2019

I just wanted to share the date for our Summer Music Performance.  Those children who are having music tuition in school for the violin, keyboard, piano and guitar will be putting on their Summer performance on Thursday 18th July at 2pm.  All parents and carers are...

Heworth Cluster Spelling Bee!

This Wednesday we will be sending two teams of children to compete at the Heworth Primary Schools Cluster Spelling Bee.  The competition is at Wardley Primary and we are sure our children will give a great account of themselves!

Sports Day – 10th July 2019

As mentioned in the newsletter last month, we will be holding our annual Sports Day in July.  The Early Years children will be showing off their skills from 9.15-11.00am and then our Yr 1 - Yr 6 children will be competing in their Sports Day from 12.45pm.  As always,...

Year 5 Sandcastle Challenge 2019!

Our Year 5 children will be taking part in this year's Sandcastle Challenge on 5th July.  This is a fantastic event and we are delighted to have the chance to be involved for the very first time.  It is organised by Children North East and the Year 5s will be creating...

Learning is fun and we achieve our best in a happy, caring, secure environment where excellence is at the heart of all we do.

Headteacher’s Welcome

Dear Parents, Carers and Visitors,

I am delighted to welcome you to White Mere Primary School’s website and trust that you will find the information on it both very useful and interesting.

White Mere is a lovely, welcoming school and we pride ourselves on giving our children a warm, friendly and caring environment in which to learn and flourish.  We were very pleased with our academic performance and Ofsted report last year, and are looking forward to building on that success in 2018-19 by providing a curriculum that is both strong academically and rich in experience.

Each child is unique and, by taking the time to get to know them and their delightful character, our aim is to offer every child the chance to fulfil their potential both academically and personally.  This can only be achieved by ensuring we educate the ‘whole child’, meaning we strive to offer both high quality teaching and exciting, stimulating experiences.

Alongside our committed and passionate teaching team, we are fortunate to have a very supportive and driven governing body, an active and successful PTA and, most importantly, a wonderful set of pupils who are at the very heart of White Mere Primary School.

Should you have any questions about our school, or if you would like to come and visit to find out more about us, please do not hesitate to get in touch with me – I would love to meet you and show you around!

Chris Boddy
Headteacher 
chrisboddy@gatedu.org

Contacts:

White Mere Community Primary School
Sherburn Way, Wardley, Gateshead, Tyne and Wear, NE10 8BA

 

Tel: 0191 438 5008

 

General Contact:
Clare Trainor / Caroline Nicholson (Admin Assistants)
whitemere@gatedu.org

 

SEN contact:
Leanne Lowrie
leannelowrie@gatedu.org

Attendance for the period 17/06/19 – 21/06/19

 

 

%

Whole School

  • Reception 98.0% 98.0%
  • Year 1 99.5% 99.5%
  • Year 2 94.2% 94.2%
  • Year 3/4 99.4% 99.4%
  • Year 5 98.6% 98.6%
  • Year 6 98.5% 98.5%

Keeping Safe

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The internet can be great fun. You can chat to your friends, play games and learn about new things. But sometimes things happen which can make you upset. People may say mean things which make you feel sad, or you may see something that you don’t like.

If this happens, you must remember it’s not your fault. TELL AN ADULT YOU TRUST if you are upset or worried about something that has happened to you. They can help you to report it to CEOP.

If you feel in danger phone 999 to speak to the police. They will make sure you are safe.

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