This is our archived News and Activities
School Year 2018 – 2019
On Monday 24th September, Ruth Smith from Durham County Council visited FMPS to discuss the importance of being eco-friendly. She shared great ideas with the children on how we can all recycle effectively, in and out of school, reducing the waste in our county.
Year 6 have had a fantastic morning taking part in Framwellgate Singing Festival at Framwellgate School. The children had great fun warming up their voices and worked together to beautifully sing the recent commonwealth song, Sing.
On Monday 3rd December, a group of year 5 and 6 pupils joined a cluster of schools to be part of a marvellous maths problem solving event! The children worked well with pupils from other schools to combine skills and understanding to master some very tricky mathematical problems! Well done to everyone involved!
On Wednesday 12th December pupils from FMPS sang carols outside Sainsburys Arnison Centre.
The pupils all sang beautifully and we raised £138.00 towards new school laptops.
On Thursday 7th Feb 2019, Year 5 took part in a debating activity in the hall with Gillian Bell from Parliament. After an informative assembly about the different elements of government, Year 5 had the opportunity to learn further about conventions of debating and how these debates play out in the House of Commons. A speaker of the house was selected and the class were split into two groups to represent the government and the opposition. Year 5 debated a range of topics such as homework and healthy eating, all carried out in a style that reflects that of the House of Commons! All the pupils thoroughly enjoyed this experience and gained a lot from this unique opportunity.
On Wednesday 13th February 2019 ‘Internet Legends’ came into school to speak to the children about being safe online.
Their main messages were:
The importance of not over-sharing information was highlighted as well as how to create a super-secure password.
Comic Relief 2019
On Friday 15th March 2019 it was Comic Relief, and to coincide with a visit from professional author, Adam Bushnell, the children were invited to make a donation and come to school dressed as a character from a book. The day was a huge success and we raised a total of £477.06 for this very worthy charity.
Here are just a few of the amazing outfits we saw!
PC Dan and PC Mark came into Nursery to talk about their policing roles. They discussed how Police keep us safe, showing us their uniform and equipment as well as exploring inside the Police van. The children asked lots of questions and found it very informative and exciting!!
The fire service came to visit Nursery. The firemen discussed fire safety before the children explored the fire engine and used the hose to put out the ‘fire’.
The children thoroughly enjoyed the experience and have talked lots about it!