Emmaville Primary School

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Up-coming events:
Monday 16th May – Year 3 pupils to Gibside National Trust Park as part of the Gateshead School Sport Partnership Health and Wellbeing week
Friday 20th May - A group of Y5 and 1 Y4 pupil will participate in the third round of the Gateshead School Sport Partnership Girl’s Football Tournament
Friday 20th May – Y5 & 6 pupils to visit Crawcrook Library
Wednesday 25th May – Pupils in Year 1 & 2 will take part in Party at the Palace workshop with Bigfoot Theatre group
Wednesday 25th May – Y3 pupils to work with the author Adam Bushnell
Thursday 26th May – Y4 pupils to work with the author Adam Bushnell
Thursday 26th May – Y5 pupils to Longsands Beach for a surf lesson 
Friday 27th May - As part of our Platinum Jubilee garden party celebrations, we will be having a Great British picnic lunch.
Friday 27th May – Gemma Chapple from GSSP will be in school working with the children on activities linked to mindfulness and the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee
Friday 27th May – School closes for half term and will reopen on Tuesday 7th June as school is closed for Staff CPD on Monday 6th June
Tuesday 21st June – Friday 24th June The Year 6 pupils will be heading off to London for the first residential visit since 2019,
Either Tuesday 14th June or Wednesday 15th June, Gateshead School’s Dance Festival - a group of pupils will perform at the Sage the date has yet to be confirmed
School will be closed on Friday 1st July and Monday 4th July
Friday 8th July - Pupils from Year 3 – Year 6 Pupils will participate in the Gateshead School’s Athletics Festival 
Wednesday 25th and Thursday 26th May - Author Adam Bushnell will be returning to Emmaville to work with the Year 3 and Year 4 pupils. 
Week beginning Monday 11th July Enrichment Week - the theme will be ‘Famous Battles and Historic Landmarks’
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Welcome to Emmaville Primary School

Thank you for visiting Emmaville Primary School’s website. We are very proud of it and hope that you find it useful.

‘Together we Grow’ is our school motto and this conveys the belief that we are all on a continuous learning journey. The education of our pupils is a shared partnership; through this partnership we hope to provide every pupil with a successful and rewarding educational experience.

As this website provides information about our school, please feel free to leave comments. Not only is your feedback extremely important to us but it further develops the links with the wider school community. By regularly visiting the website you will be able to keep up to date with school events, discover what the children are learning and also find out about the progress and achievement of the pupils.

Through this website you will have access to news bulletins, school policies, dates for your diary, insight into collapsed curriculum weeks and the enrichment activities that we offer the children in order to broaden their horizons. However, should you wish to have more information about the school, or perhaps arrange to visit us; then please do not hesitate to contact me.

With best wishes,
Avril Armstrong
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