Stobhillgate First School has a caring ethos based upon nurturing principles where children are encouraged to take responsibility for their learning and embrace challenge.

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Stobhillgate First School has a caring ethos based upon nurturing principles where children are encouraged to take responsibility for their learning and embrace challenge.

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  • New Event: Stobhillgate Explorers Open Afternoon We are hosting an open afternoon event for parents and carers interested in learning more about our new forest school nursery - Stobhillgate Explorers! This event is great for anyone with children aged 0-4 who are interested in learning more about the nursery offer at Stobhillgate First School with Explorers. Learn more about that here.  The Open afternoon takes place on the 19th of June from 1:30-2:30 pm at Stobhillgate First School. You need to book a spot for this event, so we can expect you! Message us on WhatsApp at 0794660751 or contact the school directly. At our event, you will: Meet the Headteacher and other key staff of Stobhillgate First School, including the Leadership team of Stobhillgate Explorers. Find out more about the forest school nursery approach with Lou Jefferson, Forest School Leader and Manager of Stobhillgate Explorers and Lois Gentry, Early Years Leader. See where children will be based and understand how our days work. We look forward to speaking with you more about Stobhillgate Explorers - don't forget to RSVP by messaging us on WhatsApp at 0794660751 or contacting the school directly. Read More

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Nursery have been making moving caterpillars on leaves. We used our excellent cutting skills to cut the leaves, then we twisted lots of pipe cleaners to make our own Very Hungry Caterpillar. We were very happy to see them munching on our leaves! 🐛🍃 ... See MoreSee Less

Nursery have been making moving caterpillars on leaves. We used our excellent cutting skills to cut the leaves, then we twisted lots of pipe cleaners to make our own Very Hungry Caterpillar. We were very happy to see them munching on our leaves! 🐛🍃Image attachmentImage attachment+4Image attachment

Year 4 are currently writing tales of fear; focusing on action and suspense.

Amelia demonstrated excellent application of "show not tell" in our writing lesson today, creating fantastic imagery and definately making the reader feel tense and on edge!

Well done Amelia, amazing writing! ⭐️
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Year 4 are currently writing tales of fear; focusing on action and suspense. 

Amelia demonstrated excellent application of show not tell in our writing lesson today, creating fantastic imagery and definately making the reader feel tense and on edge!

Well done Amelia, amazing writing! ⭐️

We LOVE seeing what you get up to outside of school!

Well done to Fayola who took part in the Morpeth fair day fun run at the weekend. There were 100 participants and she placed 22nd with a time of 7.24 mins for just over a 1 mile run.

Well done Fayola!
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We LOVE seeing what you get up to outside of school!

Well done to Fayola who took part in the Morpeth fair day fun run at the weekend. There were 100 participants and she placed 22nd with a time of 7.24 mins for just over a 1 mile run.

Well done Fayola!Image attachment
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