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Welcome back Coxhoe, we have missed you all! 

European languages day...

2019-2020

Latest News

  • Dear parents/carers, as you are aware, we have been planning a way of celebrating our Year 6 children’s primary school achievements in a socially distanced way and suggested a picnic on our school field.
  • Although times are a little different, we hope that you are managing to have a wonderful summer with your families.
  • As we continue to see an increase in screen time and internet usage, the government have updated their guidance to support parents/carers whilst keeping children safe online. Please see the link below to access this document.
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European languages day 

Adam Bushnell 

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Dance Festival 

We recently held our our Dance Festival. All the classes had the chance to perform their routine to the rest of the school. The dances were all themed around a topic including Ancient Egypt and Space. There were lots of outstanding individual and team performances.

A huge well done to Class 7 who will go on to represent the school at the Sedgefield SSP Dance Festival.

World Book day 

World Book Day took place on Thursday 5thMarch and our children had a great day as you can see from our photographs! They came in to school dressed up as a book character or they designed a t-shirt in the theme of a book or author. We shared our designs and costumes in assembly and gave everyone 'a twirl'.

During the day, we also held our termly book swap, joined in on a ‘Share a Story’ challenge; a ‘Where’s Wally’ challenge and a ‘bunting’ challenge. Some of our entrepreneurs in Year 4 and 5 even made book marks to sell on the day and this proved very popular. What a day!

Bedtime Stories 

On the evening before World Book Day, many of our children came back to school in their pyjama's, dressing gowns, slippers and holding their special teddies so that they could listen to their favourite bedtime stories. The children all enjoyed hot chocolate, cookies and stories while the Friends of the School provided teas and coffees for parents in the school hall. The children thoroughly enjoyed the evening and all of our teachers did too!!

Number day 

Wow - what a successful Number Day we have had! We are so impressed with the effort and enthusiasm shown by the children to support this event. We saw people dressed as calculators, clocks, pie, dice, sudoku and even a connect four game!

All of your kind donations have added up to a huge £194 which has all gone towards the NSPCC charity, so thank you very much! 

Holocaust Memorial Day 

Four of our Year 6 children were incredibly lucky to be able to meet a Holocaust survivor at another Durham School. The children had the chance to learn history through a primary source and hear the life events of Sigi. We have been given a copy of Sigi's book which has been written especially for children. Class 12 are now enjoying reading this book as their class novel.

 

Pantomime Fun 

We have been to the theatre! Oh yes we have!

Thanks to the PTA's tireless work and the generosity of our families, we have all been to see a fabulous pantomime free of charge!  The children all had a fantastic time; they were a fabulous audience. As a staff we were incredibly proud of the high standards of behaviour and the beautiful manners whilst they thoroughly enjoyed themselves. 

 

The pantomime, The Ice Queen,  was performed at the fully working theatre at East Durham College and we were most impressed by the professional show.