“Pupils’ behaviour is exemplary and they enjoy their learning, particularly in mathematics and reading. They appreciate the work that their teachers do to make learning fun and take pride in their successes.”
Welcome to Blaydon West Primary School
Blaydon West Primary School is a very friendly school where children are encouraged to become confident, caring and articulate to enable them to reach their full potential.
At Blaydon West Primary School we always put children first. This aim is at the heart of our vision. Every child is unique. Every child deserves the opportunity to be happy, feel valued and experience success.
This website provides information about our school, its aims, curriculum and activities. I hope it will give you a “feel” for the life and work of the school.
You are, of course, very welcome to look around the school yourself. Please contact Maureen Nacey on 4143286 if you would like to arrange a convenient time.
Mr Simon Brown, Head Teacher
THE HABITAT OF THE AMAZING .ppt THE HABBITAT OF THE AMAZING STONE FISH .ppt reece dixon.ppt When we were learning about Australia we loved to find out all about the deadly animals that live there. We created our own non-fiction book for Mrs Oram so that she could keep...
Year 5 have been applying their knowledge of 3D shapes to create Character Cubes. They have chosen a selection of characters from Roald Dahl's stories and illustrated them in the style of Quentin Blake to form some rather strange new characters! Can you spot which...
In ICT we have been inspired by an artist called Mondrian. We are learning to fill and use the line tools. We loved the way that that he used blocks of colours in his work and we tried to create our own mini masterpieces. Do you think are we going to be rich...
When we were learning about space all of our challenges were space related so we made aliens a certain size in the play dough, making sure we measured carefully; we made spaceships in the sand, made telescopes and rockets in the construction and turned our book corner...
Year 5 have been looking at the properties of 2D and 3D shapes. Some children have been carrying out investigations into how a range of 3D shapes can be sorted by their properties. Here you can see us using a carroll diagram to sort 3D shapes into categories we have...
Reception love to explore the jungle.