Dear Parents and Carers,
The Staff and Governors are pleased to welcome you to Whalton C. of E. Aided Primary School, part of the Federation of Longhorsley and Whalton C of E Schools. If your child is joining us for the first time, we look forward to beginning a happy and successful relationship. If you already have or have had a child at Whalton School we are pleased to renew our partnership with you.
We want you to feel involved in the life of the School because it is through a secure partnership between staff and parents that children thrive and achieve their full potential. We work in close partnership with both the Pele Trust in Ponteland and The Three Rivers Trust in Morpeth to ensure the best journey for your children.
Prospective parents are welcome to visit us in order to enhance further any information you may seek about our school. Please make an appointment with Miss Johnston in the office and do not hesitate to contact me with any concerns or queries.
Mrs Nichola Brannen
It’s been lovely to hear such wonderful, kind words surrounding our service in the church yesterday. We shall reme… https://t.co/b9qQmLUQyM
A real coal miner visited Class 2 today as part of our local History topic. Mr Robinson answered our many questions… https://t.co/IrEaGy4u2v
In Science, Class 3 have been testing the PH of different solutions. They recorded the data collected in a table, b… https://t.co/7ou3FVALgq
A BIG thank you to our lovely PTA and all who attended our French Breakfast this morning! What a wonderful way to s… https://t.co/hxawytUtOv
WOW! Fourth place for our Year 5/6 team who took part in the Tag Rugby School Games Competition yesterday 🏉… https://t.co/aCqNGtbKrW
Time to start planning half term activities 🎃 The Sport Development team are running lots of fun sports camps throu… https://t.co/p5hqLJn2dD
Class 3 have been using one of Van Gogh’s landscapes to explore (using autumnal colours) the technique of ‘stipplin… https://t.co/FYXcgwOgd2
Miss Anderson thoroughly enjoyed seeing some of her past Year 6 students smiling in their new learning environments… https://t.co/X0sOtRELHc
We found out so much more about mining in Ashington today at Woodhorn Colliery Museum. So many thanks to Carole, J… https://t.co/zpvgXvxPwU
Our Language Leaders are hard at work! 🇫🇷