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NORTHWOOD PRIMARY SCHOOL SECURES CORNMILL SPONSORSHIP

NORTHWOOD PRIMARY SCHOOL SECURES CORNMILL SPONSORSHIP

Northwood Primary School, part of the Lingfield Education Trust, has secured ongoing sponsorship from Cornmill Shopping Centre. Kicking off its year-long support of the Pendleton Road-based primary school, The Cornmill has supplied branded tracksuits and t-shirts for pupils representing the school in a wide range of sporting activities. Sarah Holmshaw, a teaching...

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STATUS QUO DRUMMER ROCKS WITH DARLINGTON PRIMARY SCHOOL

Status Quo drummer, Jeff Rich, visited pupils at a Darlington Primary School last week to deliver a percussion masterclass. Pupils from Corporation Road Community Primary School, part of Lingfield Education Trust, learned about a wide range of different percussion instruments from across the globe, watched a solo performance by Jeff and had the opportunity to play...

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10-YEAR-OLD ANNABELLE’S CREATIVE WRITING RECOGNISED BY LOCAL AUTHOR

10-YEAR-OLD ANNABELLE’S CREATIVE WRITING RECOGNISED BY LOCAL AUTHOR

Corporation Road Community Primary School pupil, Annabelle Foulds aged 10, has been named the winner of a competition designed to test the creative writing skills of Teesside pupils. Author and academic Gabrielle Kent visited eight schools across Teesside to deliver creative writing workshops and encourage schoolchildren to write their own stories for a chance to...

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LINGFIELD EDUCATION TRUST INVITES PUBLIC TO NEW SCHOOL CONSULTATION

Lingfield Education Trust is inviting the general public to attend a series of consultation events around the proposed opening of a new free school in Catterick Garrison. The Darlington-based Multi-Academy Trust has put forward an application to North Yorkshire County Council to open Cambrai Community Primary School; a combined primary school and nursery which, if...

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Mount Pleasant school children love sewing with the Embroiderers’ Guild

  On Valentine’s Day, year 3 children at Mount Pleasant Primary School welcomed the Embroiderers’ Guild to their class for a workshop on how to make stuffed love hearts. The Embroiderers’ Guild taught the pupils about the history of the love heart as a symbol and how it came to represent Valentine’s Day, whilst also testing out their control of motor skills by...

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DARLINGTON SCHOOLS LEARN IMPORTANCE OF  ONLINE SAFETY

DARLINGTON SCHOOLS LEARN IMPORTANCE OF ONLINE SAFETY

School pupils from across Darlington spent a week learning about the importance of e-safety as part of an international project designed to keep children safe online. Coinciding with Safer Internet Day, the five schools, which are all operated by Lingfield Education Trust, introduced a range of initiatives designed to educate pupils as to the importance of online...

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CHILDREN FROM HURWORTH PRIMARY SCHOOL RECEIVE SPECIAL THANK YOU FROM CHINA

Children from Hurworth Primary School have received a special thank you video from a Chinese school after their creative myths were received by Middle School students. As part of their learning about the Shang Dynasty of Ancient China, the children developed their very own Chinese myths which were sent over to Pengze No. 1 Middle School in Pengze County, South-East...

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NAME CHANGE FOR HEATHFIELD ACADEMY TRUST TO REFLECT CONTINUED GROWTH

NAME CHANGE FOR HEATHFIELD ACADEMY TRUST TO REFLECT CONTINUED GROWTH

Heathfield Academy Trust has changed its name to Lingfield Education Trust to reflect its continued growth plans. The Darlington-based Multi-Academy Trust, which is comprised of five local schools and recently put forward an application to open a further one in Catterick, was initially named after Heathfield Primary, the first school to join the Trust after...

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MOUNT PLEASANT CHILDREN LEARN ABOUT  HEALTHY LIVING

MOUNT PLEASANT CHILDREN LEARN ABOUT HEALTHY LIVING

Children at Mount Pleasant Primary School have been learning about healthy living and hearing more about the dangers of the high sugar levels found in their favourite drinks. Delivered to a whole school assembly, Years 5 and 6 teacher Mr McManus produced a selection of drinks, including everything from Monster to Juicy Water – all of which contained more than the...

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