ALL TIMES STATED BELOW ARE BRITISH TIMES!
10:06am – We woke at 6.15am to set off and are currently around an hour from the train at Calais!
12:00pm – about to board the train!! Blighty here we come!
13:16 – Touchdown!! And so continues the long drive North. I will update the ETA when we have passed London as the traffic will massively effect the time.
14:47 – Rounding London. Dinner set for Peterborough services at around 17:00
15:06 – Heavy traffic on the M11 😦
17:48 – Pupils are all fed and we are on our way again!
19:28 – Just short of Doncaster where we say goodbye to our wonderful coach driver, Mark. We will pick up a different driver for the remainder of the journey. Very slow traffic however on the A1.
20:12 – we have our new driver, Kevin, and have had our last toilet break. Ovingham here we come! ETA UPDATED!
21:00 – Lock up your sons and daughters, board up the windows and horde your food …. we are about an an hour away
PLEASE DO NOT PARK ALONG THE TENNIS COURT SIDE OF THE CAR PARK AS THE BUS NEEDS TO PARK THERE!
“Success is no accident. It is hard work, perseverance, learning, studying, sacrifice and most of all, love of what you are doing or learning to do.” Pele
Anyone who was lucky enough to get tickets for the Bugsy Malone show would definitely agree.
Congratulations to everyone involved!
The Wooler trip is departing next week. Please see the link below to view the kit list of what your child should bring with them.
Wooler kit list
Today 18 pupils worked incredibly hard to make a finished BBC School News Report. To watch the finished report and visit our accompanying website follow the link below:
Thank you to all the parents who attended the parents evening for the upcoming residential trip to Wooler. If you were unable to make it, please click the link below to view the presentation that Mr Pusey showed on the night.
Wooler Parents evening presentation 2018
Just to confirm that the school will be open as usual. The surrounding roads and paths still have quite a lot of snow around them, particularly where drifting took place, so please take care.
For today, and for obvious reasons, we will be relaxing the footwear policy to keep safe however, please bring a sensible coat and gloves as, even if we have little snow, it’s still not warm!
Thank you once again for your understanding and support. Back to normality we hope!
We apologise for the late web post however, we have had technical issues still being resolved.
The school is as ready as possible and we are planning on being open. We will be assessing the school as usual around 630 to 7 am and will update the school website to confirm.
However, unless we have an unforecast snow fall over night we will be working on the premises that it will be a normal Monday morning… well… as normal as any Monday can be.
Thank you for your understanding over the last few days.