FELLSIDE LEARNING VALUES

We aim to promote the 7 learning values to all Fellside children to teach them the importance of investing in learning to learn. These values underpin both our curriculum and our ethos and they are central to the tenets of daily life at our school.

CURIOSITY

We aim for children to show curiosity in their learning; to ask questions and  take risks.

COMMITMENT

We encourage children to give 100% effort and to be prepared to practise.

CONFIDENCE

We want Fellside children to be brave in their learning; to be excited to try new things.

CREATIVITY

Using imagination; pushing boundaries; suggesting new ideas and being resourceful – all part of daily life at Fellside.

COLLABORATION

We encourage tolerance, working together as a team and asking for and offering help.

CHALLENGE

Learning from mistakes and sometimes finding things difficult is all part of being a learner.

CHANGE

Acceptance of helpful criticism so we can learn from it ensures that we keep improving.

Welcome

year 3 challengeWe are delighted to welcome you to our wonderful school’s website where we aim to provide up-to-date information about life at Fellside Community Primary School in Whickham.

As well as information, videos and regular updates on class and whole school activities, you’ll find our school newsletter, ‘Fellside Matters’.

The site provides an insight to life within our Fellside community, and we encourage visitors to leave a comment by using the links beneath many of the postings.

Kerrie Hood: Head Teacher
Louise Levy: Chair of Governors

 

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The Police visit Nursery

Sean the Police Officer came into Nursery to talk about what the Police do and how they keep us safe. He brought lots of equipment for us to try on and even some handcuffs! Then we got to have a look inside the Police van and car and he switched the lights and sirens...

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Year One’s Fish on Display

Our 3D fish have joined forces with some 2D ones to emblazon a wall and a window sill here at Fellside. Year One all stopped and spotted their fishy creations as they passed by the aquatic themed displays. It did cause a flurry of excitement and smiles all round! Our...

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Fun in the forest this week

This week we made some sticky pictures! We rolled out a long sheet of sticky paper and collected lots of things from around the forest to put onto it. Then we tied it to some sticks we had made into a frame and hung it on our fence. Now everyone passing our school can...

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Wonderful Ambassadors

The children of Fellside are wonderful ambassadors for our school.  Hardworking, polite and with positive attitudes to all areas of school life, they are truly delightful and we are privileged to work with them.  Our commitment to the children and their families is to present as many valuable opportunities as possible to them – whether in sport, music, the arts or citizenship – whilst maintaining a strong academic focus through a stimulating curriculum that enables every child to succeed.

Enriching the Curriculum

Fellside children benefit from a curriculum that is greatly enriched to appeal to every child, no matter what they like doing.  We participate in a wide range of sporting activities, festivals and competitions including football, basketball, tennis, cricket and even fencing!  Our annual ‘Strawberries and Wine’ concert is a much anticipated event in which we embrace the musical achievements of our pupils.  Thanks to our class assemblies and whole school performances such as those at Christmas, we seek to invite friends and families of the school to share the work of our amazing children as often as possible.  One thing is for sure.  There’s always much happening at Fellside!

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