Vigo Lane, Washington, Tyne And Wear, NE38 9EZ
Investor in People Award
We are delighted to inform our local community that Rickleton Primary School has once again been granted Gold by the Investor in People Award! This is the second time we have been awarded Gold Level.
The award recognises that Rickleton Primary School is a great employer, an outperforming place to work and has a clear commitment to sustainability.
School Uniform Sale
On Tuesday 16th January from 3.15pm, FORPS will be holding a school uniform sale in the hall. There will be a wide range of uniform for sale in various sizes.
Great Active Sunderland School Charter 2017 - 2018
We are delighted that for the second year running the pupils at Rickleton Primary School have been successful in achieving the Gold Award for the Great Active Sunderland School Charter! This fantastic achievement acknowledges the hard work everyone does in ensuring that all members of the school community are as fit, healthy and active as possible.
We were very lucky because one of Santa's reindeer came to visit us on Friday! Before the Christmas Fair began, pupils in KS1 were lucky enough to spend some time with the reindeer. The children learnt all about the special guest, including where reindeer live, what they eat and how they keep warm. Our visitors were very impressed with the questions our pupils were asking.
Our Christmas Fair
We are delighted at the success of our Christmas Fair which took place on Friday 15th December. It was thoroughly enjoyed by all who came. FORPS would like to thank everyone for the support. Please see below for winners of various prizes:
Guess the Name of the Teddy - Maisy Sykes with her guess of Poppy.
Silent Auction - David Hudson who made the highest bid for a round of golf for 4 people at the exclusive Matfen Hall
Guess the number of sweets in the jar - Sam Brayson who guessed closest to the actual total which was 283.
Where in the World is Santa? - Heidi Fairless who correctly guess Greenland.
Whose stocking is it? - Joshua Downey who correctly guess Willy Wonker.
Christmas Jumper Day
We are going to support Save the Children's Christmas Jumper day next Wednesday 20th December which is also the day of our Christmas dinner. Children can wear anything bright and seasonal.
There will be no need for donations as FORPS will make a donation taken from the profits made at the school fair.
Year 5 pupils from our school will be taking part in their first singing practice for the Sunderland Big Sing project. The Sunderland Big Sing will see pupils from across Sunderland gather together to sing the Tall Ships into port on July 11th.
In celebration of the Tall Ships arriving, the Sunderland Big Sing for 20 schools will be live streamed from one of the Tall Ships performance stages, so every pupil from Sunderland can join in from the classroom. The aim is to break a world record of having the most children singing the same song at the same time.
The whole school celebrated Harvest at The House of Destiny Chapel. Each year group shared songs and poems which they had written about Harvest. In addition, the children were told the story of Harvest and why we celebrate this time of year. The church was delighted with the amount of food which was kindly donated by the school.