We are a small school with a Big Heart and Big Ambition and we value each individual member of our school community. We have the highest of expectations for all of our pupils and nurture their strengths and talents through our ambitious curriculum and caring culture. We are a school at the centre of the local community and our children are proud to learn and grow at Prudhoe Castle. We encourage all of our school community to #BeMoreCastle!

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Welcome children, families and visitors to our school website. I am very proud to be the Headteacher at Prudhoe Castle First School. Our school has a strong family ethos where we work in collaboration with parents to provide the best educational experience, so that all pupils can develop their skills and talents and thrive as individuals. We have high aspirations for all of our pupils and encourage them to have the ambition to be the best that they can be.

 

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In History, KS2 have been focusing on Roman Britain. In this case, we looked at Caesar’s first invasion of Britain. The children applied their historical knowledge in English when they were tasked with writing a newspaper report. As you can see they have worked so hard and are extremely proud of their work- well done KS2! ... See MoreSee Less

In History, KS2 have been focusing on Roman Britain. In this case, we looked at Caesar’s first invasion of Britain. The children applied their historical knowledge in English when they were tasked with writing a newspaper report. As you can see they have worked so hard and are extremely proud of their work- well done KS2!Image attachmentImage attachment+Image attachment

Cricket in the sun for KS2 ... See MoreSee Less

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KS2 have been learning about the flowering parts of plants and their purposes. We disected tulips and made our own observations before creating posters to demonstrate our understanding. We even went to search for flowers in the school grounds to record the number of petals they had. ... See MoreSee Less

KS2 have been learning about the flowering parts of plants and their purposes. We disected tulips and made our own observations before creating posters to demonstrate our understanding. We even went to search for flowers in the school grounds to record the number of petals they had.Image attachmentImage attachment+Image attachment
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