RIGHTS RESPECTING SCHOOL

Here at Rowlands Gill Primary School we are proud to have achieved the Level 1 UNICEF Rights Respecting School Award in 2014.

This whole school award is an initiative by UNICEF to make children and adults more aware of children’s rights.

To find out more visit www.unicef.org.uk/rrsa

 

RRSA Level 2

At Rowlands Gill Primary we are working towards our RRSA Level 2 Award. Please click on the link below to view our RRSA Level 2 Audit and Action Plan

British Values

Please click on the link below to view our British Values Policy for Rowlands Gill Primary School

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You Be You pebble painting day!

On Friday 16th June, children, teachers and parents came together to make a river! After reading You By You by Linda Kranz, we realised that everyone is different and that's OK. It's OK to be you and it's OK to be unique - because we all are. We designed our own fish...

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Marie Curie Month at Rowlands Gill Primary

Today, Katie Searles (sister of Lottie in Mrs Lynch's Class) came into school to tell us about Marie Curie Month and explain the fantastic work done by their nurses and hospices. To raise fund for this fantastic foundation, Lottie (and friends) will be selling...

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iAspire @ Thorp Academy

Year 4 have begun a six week course with Thorp Academy called iAspire. The goal is to look at what our strengths are so that we can aspire to succeeding in our future endeavours. We are learning that anything is possible, but we have to be prepared to work for the...

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Tag Rugby Coaching

This term, Mrs Lynch's Class has been lucky enough to have Tag Rugby coaching from Gateshead School Sports Partnership. We have been finding out how to hold, throw and receive rugby balls and capture each other's 'tags' from a belt worn around the waist. We have tried...

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The Daily Mile

Since September, the whole school has been taking part in The Daily Mile, an innovative approach to learning which encourages the children to be more active for approximately 15 minutes per day, hopefully covering (approximately) one mile. The children can run, walk,...

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Our new Sports Crew tidy out the MUGA cupboard

Some of our Rowlands Gill Sports Crew were brilliant last week when they helped to tidy out our messy sports cupboard. We took an audit of what we had and decided whether we needed new equipment. Some of the Year 6 girls made signs for the cupboard so everyone could...

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Rowlands Gill Bicycle Club 2016

We are so lucky to live in Rowlands Gill! We are on the doorstep of so much fantastic countryside and the Derwent Walk serves as a fantastic and beautiful route to bring us even closer to the nature of the area. We have also been lucky to have Ben Tweedie from Cycling...

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Stone Age Pebbles in the Eco Garden!

We went into the eco garden earlier this term and used home grown leaves, flowers, seeds and sticks to make imprints into our clay pebbles. We like to think there were Stone Age influences at work! Back to nature...

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Well done Ethan.

Ethan and the other school ambassadors were invited to  open the 26th UNCRC event  at the Baltic.  They performed a presentation to share our school's Rights Respecting work, to children and teachers from 15 other Gateshead schools.  Brilliant!

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