Emmaville Primary School

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Up-coming events:
Tuesday 21st June – 24th June – Y6 pupils’ residential visit to London
Wednesday 22nd June – Year 4/5 girls football team to enjoy a barbeque treat around the school fire pit
Wednesday 22nd June – Stay and Play session for 2022 reception children who have not attended Emmaville’s nursery setting
Tuesday 28th, Wednesday 29th and Thursday 30th June – Y6 Transition days at Thorp Academy
Tuesday 28th June, 10am – 3pm – A group of KS1 pupils to attend an Outdoor Adventurous Activity event organised by the GSSP
Tuesday 28th June – Year 3 children to visit the Centre for Life 
Wednesday 29th June – Step up Morning (this is when the children spend the morning in the classroom and with the teacher who will be teaching them in September)
Friday 1st July & Monday 4th July– school closed
Tuesday 5th July – Y6 pupils to the Tyne Theatre
Tuesday 5th July, 10am – 3pm – 10 Y3 pupils will attend a Countdown Cricket event at Blaydon Cricket Club
Thursday 7th July – Year 1 to visit Whitehouse Farm
Friday 8th July – 24 pupils from Y3 – Y6 will represent Emmaville at the GSSP Athletics Festival
Monday 11th July – 15th July - Enrichment Week (History theme) Famous Battles, Historic Landmarks. On Friday 15th July, as part of our history week, the children may come to school dressed as a famous person who they have either learnt about in their history lessons, or a historic figure that they admire
Tuesday 12th July – 9.30am - Year 3 – Year 6 Sport’s Day ; 1.30pm – Year 1 – Year 2 Sport’s Day
Wednesday 13th July – 10am – Nursery and Reception Sport’s Day
Friday 15th July – Laser Quest and Archery for the winning house team End of term events
Tuesday 19th July, 7pm – End of the show, show – this is when our Year 6 pupils show off their skills and talents in their leaver’s performance
Friday 22nd July, 5pm – 9pm Year 6 Leaver’s Party at the Cricket Club in Ryton
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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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