Miss K. Hepple (Lead); Mrs. A. Parvin
Please visit the Remote Learning section for more information on home learning.
Superpowers in Action!
Skip-a-thon for charity – The children participated in a Skip-a-thon to help raise money for charity: Woman In Need. We had lots of fun trying to beat each other’s score of how many skips we could do in 10 minutes!
What is anti-social behaviour? – The children in Diamond Learning Zone had a visit from the police this week. They took part in a workshop on anti-social behaviour and learnt why it was important to look after our village and other areas.
Am I ready for secondary school? – The children in Year 6 had lots of fun taking part in the It’s Your Move workshop. As it’s nearly the end of the year, it was a perfect time to discuss our move to secondary school. Children had the opportunity to share any worries they have as well as discuss what they are looking forward to.
How can I identify dangers and potential hazards? – The children in Diamond Learning Zone were given the opportunity to take part in a Safer Futures workshop presented by County Durham and Darlington Fire and Rescue service. The children correctly identified potential hazards in and outside of the home and gained some fantastic knowledge!
Why is it important to know basic first aid? – The children in Diamond Learning zone received a visit from the police to discuss the importance of first aid. The children were given a demonstration on how to give CPR and were later encouraged to practise the skills they had learnt. Rosie did a fantastic job!
Pupils grow, learn and thrive within the positive, nurturing learning environment at Stanhope Barrington C of E Primary School. Celebrating success and effort is an important part of creating a positive and reflective school community and links to our core Christian values (KFC).
In the Diamond Learning Zone, award certificates are given weekly and include: The Ambassador Award (awarded to the pupil that stands out for demonstrating a skill linked to the Superpower), the Dojo Award (awarded to the pupil that has made the most consistent effort during the week) and the Extra Special Award (awarded to the pupil that has stood out for the right reasons such as showing kindness, academic effort and persistence). In addition, every pupil across the Learning Zones is also eligible for whole school awards. Please visit our Celebrating Success section to find out more and to see the weekly winners of each award.