Santa Visits Beech Class


Minecraft Club 11-12-18

This week the pupils had to build a snowman, snow woman or Father Christmas.  Merry Christmas Everyone!

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Minecraft Club 4-12-18

This week the pupils had to build a space station.  Well done everyone!

First Sunday of Advent Liturgy

Oak Class Christmas Crafts

Pupils, staff and parents had fun today making Christmas decorations.

Baptism Role Play

The children in Reception have been learning about how Christian people are welcomed into God's family. We decided to create our own church in school where the children could role play their own baptism ceremonies. [gallery...

Christmas Craft Morning

In Beech class on Christmas craft day we made christingles and learnt the religious meaning behind them. We had a great...

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 On behalf of the staff and Governors, I welcome you to St. Wilfrid’s Catholic Primary School.

At St Wilfrid’s we try to create a happy, welcoming, safe and creative environment for all our children.

Your child is at the centre of all we do.

Mrs E Wright
Head Teacher


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Soccer 6’s

Year 5 and 6 attended a soccer sixes tournament in Newcastle and performed very well to win their first ever game. Well done boys and...

Visit to the Laing

Year 2 visited the Northern Spirit exhibition at the Laing. We looked at the picture called The Women by John Charlton. It shows the dramatic event that took place off the coast at Whitley Bay on New Years Day 1861. The people of Cullercoats came together to pull the...

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