Students from Chantry, Newminster and KEVI will be selling stocking fillers and handmade gifts on Saturday 9 December.
Over the course of the last year the Board of The Three Rivers Learning Trust and the Governing Bodies of schools within the Morpeth Education Partnership have been exploring the most beneficial way forward for schools that have expressed an interest in joining the Learning Trust.
Consultation begins today, Monday 9 October until Monday 13 November at 4pm.
Monday 19th June – 6:30pm, Tuesday 20th June – 6:30pm
Pupils at Newminster and Chantry have been rehearsing ready to perform the musical ‘The Rocky Monster Show’ in June.
Tickets will be available for the ‘The Rocky Monster Show’ performances at the school offices from Monday 15th May (strictly morning break times only). The tickets are priced at £4 adult and £3 child / OAP.
About the ‘The Rocky Monster Show’…..
Bizarre, anarchic and very funny, this Rock ‘n’ Roll musical is a riotous mix of the Addams Family, Young Frankenstein and Phantom of the Opera, with Rebecca and The Rocky Horror Show thrown in for good measure!
Baron Frankenstein’s descendant, and ex-pop star turned professor of Genetics, creates DNA moulds of people in his computer. How these moulds come to life as the ultimate Rock Group, headed by a clone of Elvis himself is the highlight of the hilarious plot.
More traditional monsters also add spice to the explosive mixture. Audience and cast will love the Rock ‘n’ Roll score, much of which is an affectionate send-up of the 60’s.
Radio 2 have launched this year’s 500 Word competition for children. The competition encourages children aged from 5-13 to write a short story to be entered. This is an amazing opportunity for children to write for fun about any topic. We would like to encourage our Year 5 students to enter this competition.
What are the prizes?
As well attending a spectacular 500 Words Final from Windsor Castle, where superstar celebrities will read the winning stories live on the radio, this year we’re introducing an extra-special prize – Six well-known illustrators: Helen Oxenbury, Tony Ross, Susan Varley, Jarvis, David Roberts, and Briony May Smith – will each be set the task of illustrating one the winning stories.
The winners in each age category will also receive:
Gold Winners – Chris Evans’ height in books, 500 books for their school and an invitation to visit the set of a CBBC Production.
Silver Winners – HRH The Duchess of Cornwall’s height in books.
Bronze Winners – Their own height in books.
To find out more visit https://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/articles/28zgDX98FnDYbN9j1jbk4HS/500-words-2019
The students of Newminster and Chantry Middle Schools have been learning songs to sign and sing in their Music lessons for their Sign2Sing event which took place on Tuesday 5th February 2019. This was performed as a whole school which involved over 530 pupils for each school and took place in the Chantry School hall during the day. They performed Take That’s ‘Greatest Day’ and ‘A Thousand Years’ by Christina Perri.
Charlotte Jones, Curriculum Leader of Creative Arts at Newminster and Chantry Middle Schools said, “We think this is a terrific initiative which has taught the children a new and valuable skill as well as raising awareness of deaf issues. The students and staff performed brilliantly. The staff at the Three Rivers Learning Trust also produced a film of some of the signs they had learnt as a surprise for the students at the event.”
SignHealth, which is a national charity, dedicated to improving the health and wellbeing of deaf people, are behind the event.
Students at Newminster and Chantry Middle Schools raised money for SignHealth on the day by wearing non uniform day. All money raised will go towards helping SignHealth transform the lives of thousands of people living in the UK and Africa.
We thank everyone for their hard work and donations.
Tuesday 5th February – Sign2Sign. Please remember it is a non-school uniform day for students, but also please don’t forget your donation for Sign Health!!!
Unfortunately, due to the adverse weather conditions, a decision has been made to cancel The Three Rivers Ceilidh on Saturday 2nd February.
Culture Bridge North East filmed at Newminster and Chantry Middle Schools earlier in the year. Please click on the link below to view the Artsmark film.
The students of Newminster and Chantry Middle Schools have been learning to sign and sing songs ready to join the yearly Sign2Sing event on Tuesday 5th February. This will be done as a whole school and will take place in the Chantry School Hall during the school day.
We think this is a terrific initiative which has taught the children a new and valuable skill as well as raising awareness of Deaf issues.
SignHealth, which is a national charity, is dedicated to improving the health and wellbeing of deaf people, organise the event. Both schools would welcome a voluntary donation of £1 for wearing non school uniform on Tuesday 5th February. All money raised will go towards helping SignHealth transform the lives of thousands of people living in the UK.
For more information about Sign2Sing and the songs your child is learning, please visit www.sign2sing.org.uk
Thank you for supporting this exciting challenge and helping to “inspire a generation to sign”.
Our Alliance is led by the The King Edward VI School based in Morpeth approximately 20 minutes north of Newcastle upon Tyne. We are an outstanding school and have a rich history and a longstanding reputation for academic excellence, and continue to be a central part of the local and regional community.
“Teachers are highly skilled and enthusiastic; they are relentless in their drive to help students to achieve their very best.” OFSTED 2014
You would become part of this long established partnership of schools that work closely together to share good practice and learn from each other. We believe passionately in the school based route into teaching and are dedicated to using our knowledge, skills and expertise to train the next generation of teachers. We are fortunate to be able to offer a wide variety of host schools. In our schools trainees feel valued and supported. They have access to a high quality training programme and engage in a wide variety of experiences. Each trainee is assigned a mentor, an expert teacher carefully selected for their ability to develop the practice of new entrants to the profession, allowing them to fulfil their potential to become outstanding practitioners.
Applications can only be made through the UCAS website. Prospective trainees need to register for the application process. Once you have registered and received your personal ID number, you will need to complete an online application.
More information can be found on our website
Chantry, Newminster, Dr Thomlinson and The King Edward VI School Ceilidh Bands.
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