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We have all had a fantastic day raising funds for Red Nose Day and having fun, have a look at our video, slideshow and some of the things that have been done in classes.
Check out our Red Nose Day page on the left
This week Year 2 children performed The Great Fire of London for their parents. To see more pictures and a fantastic video of our fire dancing click on the link below.
In Reception for World Book Day 2017 we wrote about our favourite stories, designed a book token and acted out parts of different story books.
This year for World Book Day, we focused on the story of Peter Pan. We made head pieces to get into character, hot seating and designed our own Neverland. We also took part in the character trail around the school.
On Monday 27th February, we had a special visitor in school. It was the CODEX 3000 book. This book was made to celebrate 1300 years since the original CODEX 3000 book was made by monks from the North East.
Our school was asked to contribute and last year's Year 5 (current Year 6) wrote a verse that was published in the new CODEX 3000.
We had the opportunity to look after the book for a day and will be receiving our own copy soon.
Valley Road Community Primary School is a Great Active Sunderland School.
Valley Road Community Primary School is celebrating achieving the Gold award for the Great Active Sunderland Schools Charter.
The Great Active Sunderland School Charter has been developed to be a celebration of school’s who are improving the health and wellbeing of pupils, creating sport and physical activity opportunities and being a great community school. The Charter has 18 elements with schools across the City working towards achieving enough components to gain either a Bronze, Silver or Gold standard.
Valley Road Community Primary School has worked hard to encourage its students to embrace a culture of exercise, physical activity and healthy eating and have been rewarded by achieving the Gold award.
Councillor John Kelly, Portfolio Holder for Public Health, Wellness and Culture, commented that “The Great Active Sunderland School Charter is an innovative accreditation developed with the aim of ensuring schools work towards the city’s outcome of; ‘All together an Active Sunderland’ and ensuring that schools are recognised for the important work that they do in physical education, sport, physical activity and in the community”.
Debra De Muschamp the head teacher of Valley Road Community Primary School is very proud of the school becoming one of the first schools in Sunderland to be awarded the Gold award for the Great Active Sunderland Schools Charter. The Charter has proved to be a great improvement tool and gives credit to the school for its achievements in creating a culture of sport, exercise, physical activity and healthy eating.
Valley road received the schools games Gold award mark, click the link below for more information about the school games mark