Work Experience Celebrations
We have been celebrating our Post 16 pupils hard work during their work experience placements.
We held a special assembly in school to reward our pupils achievements and invited employers who supported our work experience programme, along with our local mayor and mayoress.
Here is the link to the full article in the Shields Gazette.
We now have a new slogan to describe our wonderful school…
‘An inclusive, happy and successful school’
Members of our school council thought of many statements and presented these to our Governors. They voted for this slogan as it best represents how we feel about Keelman’s Way School.
Healthy Food Event
The healthy food event was run across two days and included all pupils from Early Years up to Post 16.
Our pupils were able to access a range of healthy food related activities: vegetable art, sensory exploration, finding out where your food comes from and tasting different fruits from around the world.
The pupils also got to try a wide range of fruit and vegetables in many different forms e.g. smoothies, kebabs, juices, sorbet, sticks and dips.
All pupils had a brilliant time, with the help of our fantastic staff!!
Our Easter Fair was well supported as always. Many thanks to those who attended.
We raised an amazing total of £1077.89 towards school funds. We will donate £100 to Eddie Brady who is taking part in the Coast to Coast challenge for Multiple Sclerosis.
Since its launch in 1988, Red Nose Day has become something of a British institution. It’s the day, every two years, when people across the land can get together and do something funny for money at home, school and work.
Comic Relief spends the money raised by Red Nose Day to help people living tough lives across the UK and Africa.
At Keelman’s Way we came into school dressed in red clothing or in our pjamas. There was a photobooth set up where we could dress up using silly props and have a photograph taken.
We raised a grand total of £431.31
Here are a few pictures to show how much fun we had!!
This year’s World book day was celebrated by various story events in school. We all enjoyed some wonderful stories by some very talented people. Everyone got involved in singing and dancing- it was great fun.
Each class was asked to make a story using PowerPoint. Stories included ‘Farmer Dan’, ‘The Lambton Worm’ and ‘A book of magic potions’. Some of our Post 16 students created their own presentations using moving clip art and video clips. Prizes were awarded during assembly for the best effort.
Classes were busy making funky bookmarks and we held a book sale to raise money for newbooks. The end to the week was marked with a marvellous fancy dress day where we saw lots of characters from our favourite storybooks, such as Peter Pan, Harry Potter and lots of Disney princesses to name a few.
We had a very special guest to open our marvellous new library. The legendry Ray Spencer did us the wonderful honour of unveiling our new learning space. After a re-vamp with new shelving and more desirable design it now offers an exciting and welcoming environment, new seating and furnishings add to the comfort and atmosphere.
After plenty of cake, coffee and balloons we all enjoyed a truly wonderful end to a great week.