Class 4H



Welcome to Year 4

This is our class page. You can read about our news, our work and what we’re studying!

Bensham Tram Crash

As part of our work on the Bensham Tram Crash, Richard “That History Bloke” came into our class and showed us what life was like at the time of the crash.

This is what we will be learning about this term

Curriculum overview Summer 17 3-4

4H intra basketball tournament

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Great effort from the winning team today! Well done guys!

Team:
Rachel
Nthembe
Joanie
Rafael
Nathan
Bartosz

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4H internet safety experts! Top marks (21 out of 21).

Well done!!!

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LUSH Visit!

Today 4H learnt more about the ‘States of Matter’ from the help of team LUSH.
They observed bath bombs in water and created their own!

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4H Trip to Segedunum

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Thanks again to all the parents, grandparents, brothers/sisters for helping out with our ‘Christmas Decorations’ morning!

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On Monday That History Bloke came into class to tell us all about the Romans

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Recent News

We are a truly inclusive school and welcome our pupils from all over the world. Based in Bensham, Gateshead

Kelvin Grove Primary School, Gateshead, caters for children aged between 3 and 11.  We provide our children with a safe and stimulating environment in which they develop their academic, physical, spiritual, moral, social and cultural lives.

Our School Vision is…

“Achieving Success Together”

Believing the African Proverb, “It takes a whole village to raise a child”, we are strongly committed to working in partnership with parents and carers to ensure the best provision for every child.

We recognise and value the rich linguistic and cultural diversity in our school and the local community. We endeavour to ensure that each child is able to excel in their achievements and to have the skills, independence and initiative to become good citizens.

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Parents are regularly invited into school to work                 “Bike it” initiative encourages healthy and safe                                            children                                                                                            journeys to school

“Kelvin Grove is a good multicultural school which provides excellent care, guidance and support for its pupils. Pupils feel extremely safe and thoroughly enjoy coming to school.”

“Engagement with parents and carers is good and there are effective lines of communication which are enhanced through the dedicated family support worker. Strong partnership working with the local authority and other outside agencies provides further effective support, particularly for vulnerable children and their families.”

OFSTED 2011

 SCHOOL AIMS

Our values:

  • We champion aspiration and self-belief
  • We work together to realise shared goals
  • We uphold a strong work ethic
  • We celebrate and embrace equality and diversity
  • We cultivate care and regard for one another

We offer:

  • An inspirational learning environment
  • An innovative curriculum, bespoke to our children’s need
  • Existing and emerging technologies to equip our children for the ever changing world

 

  • Equality of opportunity
  • A nurturing school in which all feel safe
  • A holistic approach to our children’s needs

We expect everyone to:

  • Be respectful
  • Always persevere
  • Show commitment
  • Have a sense of pride
  • Make a positive contribution

School History

Originally built as separate Infant, Junior and Senior Schools in 1902 to provide places for 1,480 scholars, the school has a long established tradition in the Saltwell district of Gateshead.

k1 k2

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Our new building was opened in September 1992.

K3

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

“The school is highly regarded in the local community and staff and pupils are very proud to belong to the school. Parents and carers speak positively about all aspects of the school.”

OFSTED 2011

We also offer a free breakfast club, sponsored by Greggs which enables pupils to attend school from 8.10 am.

If you would like further information about our school or would like to arrange a visit, please contact the main office to arrange an appointment.

Andy Jones

HEADTEACHER

We are a truly inclusive school and welcome our pupils from all over the world. Based in Bensham, Gateshead

Kelvin Grove Primary School, Gateshead, caters for children aged between 3 and 11.  We provide our children with a safe and stimulating environment in which they develop their academic, physical, spiritual, moral, social and cultural lives.

Our School Vision is…

“Achieving Success Together”

Believing the African Proverb, “It takes a whole village to raise a child”, we are strongly committed to working in partnership with parents and carers to ensure the best provision for every child.

We recognise and value the rich linguistic and cultural diversity in our school and the local community. We endeavour to ensure that each child is able to excel in their achievements and to have the skills, independence and initiative to become good citizens.

k9 k10

 

 

 

 

 

 

Parents are regularly invited into school to work                 “Bike it” initiative encourages healthy and safe                                            children                                                                                            journeys to school

“Kelvin Grove is a good multicultural school which provides excellent care, guidance and support for its pupils. Pupils feel extremely safe and thoroughly enjoy coming to school.”

“Engagement with parents and carers is good and there are effective lines of communication which are enhanced through the dedicated family support worker. Strong partnership working with the local authority and other outside agencies provides further effective support, particularly for vulnerable children and their families.”

OFSTED 2011

 SCHOOL AIMS

Our values:

  • We champion aspiration and self-belief
  • We work together to realise shared goals
  • We uphold a strong work ethic
  • We celebrate and embrace equality and diversity
  • We cultivate care and regard for one another

We offer:

  • An inspirational learning environment
  • An innovative curriculum, bespoke to our children’s need
  • Existing and emerging technologies to equip our children for the ever changing world

 

  • Equality of opportunity
  • A nurturing school in which all feel safe
  • A holistic approach to our children’s needs

We expect everyone to:

  • Be respectful
  • Always persevere
  • Show commitment
  • Have a sense of pride
  • Make a positive contribution

School History

Originally built as separate Infant, Junior and Senior Schools in 1902 to provide places for 1,480 scholars, the school has a long established tradition in the Saltwell district of Gateshead.

k1 k2

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Our new building was opened in September 1992.

K3

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

“The school is highly regarded in the local community and staff and pupils are very proud to belong to the school. Parents and carers speak positively about all aspects of the school.”

OFSTED 2011

We also offer a free breakfast club, sponsored by Greggs which enables pupils to attend school from 8.10 am.

If you would like further information about our school or would like to arrange a visit, please contact the main office to arrange an appointment.

Andy Jones

HEADTEACHER

Get in touch with us today to find out more about Kelvin Grove Primary School

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