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Cockton Hill Junior School<br />Bishop Auckland<br />
Our School<br />
Where we are<br />Bishop Auckland<br />
Staff<br />Head Teacher – Mr Thirling<br />Deputy Head Teacher and Maths and History Co-ordinator – Mrs Balmer<br />Assist...
Bishop Auckland<br />Bishop Auckland is a market town in County Durham in North East England. It is located about 12 miles...
Subjects<br />Literacy<br />Mathematics<br />Science<br />ICT<br />PE<br />RE<br />History <br />Geography<br />Art<br /><...
Design Technology
Personal, Social, Health and Citizenship Education</li></li></ul><li>Classrooms<br />We have eleven classrooms including a...
Displays<br />We are very proud of our school displays which help children to learn and show their work.<br />
Extra Curricular<br />Many extra curricular activities are carried out by the children in our school including lots of spo...
Celebrations<br />Last year school celebrated its Centenary Year which meant it had been open for 100 years. We all dresse...
Celebrations<br />Good behaviour and hard work are celebrated weekly in Merit Assembly. Children are awarded merits if the...
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Cockton hill junior school

  1. 1. Cockton Hill Junior School<br />Bishop Auckland<br />
  2. 2. Our School<br />
  3. 3. Where we are<br />Bishop Auckland<br />
  4. 4. Staff<br />Head Teacher – Mr Thirling<br />Deputy Head Teacher and Maths and History Co-ordinator – Mrs Balmer<br />Assistant Head, Year 6 Teacher and Geography/SEN/Music Co-ordinator– Miss Wilkinson<br />Year 6 Teacher and PE Co-ordinator – Miss Robson<br />Year 5 Teacher and Literacy Co-ordinator – Mrs Llewellyn<br />Year 5 Teacher and ICT Co-ordinator – Mrs Alderson<br />Year 4 Teacher and RE co-ordinator – Miss Thomas<br />Year 4 Teacher and Science Co-ordinator – Mrs Shepherd<br />Year 3 Teacher and Art and DT Co-ordinator – Mrs Peacock<br />Year 3 Teacher and French Co-ordinator – Miss Foster<br />HLTA – Miss Ritson<br />Teaching Assistants – Mrs Grant, Mrs Reeves, Mrs Rogers and Mrs Storey <br />
  5. 5. Bishop Auckland<br />Bishop Auckland is a market town in County Durham in North East England. It is located about 12 miles northwest of Darlington and 12 miles southwest of Durham at the confluence of the River Wear with its tributary the River Gaunless. According to the 2001 census, Bishop Auckland has a population of 24,392.<br />Much of the town's early history surrounds the Bishops of Durham and the establishment of a hunting lodge, which later became the main residence of the Bishop of Durham. This link with the Bishops of Durham is reflected in the first part of the town's name. The town has a town-twinning with the French town of Ivry-sur-Seine.<br />
  6. 6. Subjects<br />Literacy<br />Mathematics<br />Science<br />ICT<br />PE<br />RE<br />History <br />Geography<br />Art<br /><ul><li>Music
  7. 7. Design Technology
  8. 8. Personal, Social, Health and Citizenship Education</li></li></ul><li>Classrooms<br />We have eleven classrooms including a practical room and an ICT room.<br />All children are entitled to a hot free school meal each day. The school has its own kitchen and kitchen staff to make their lunch. This is eaten together in our school hall.<br />
  9. 9. Displays<br />We are very proud of our school displays which help children to learn and show their work.<br />
  10. 10. Extra Curricular<br />Many extra curricular activities are carried out by the children in our school including lots of sports clubs, art clubs, drama groups and writing sessions. We also have revision groups after school, coming up to SATs(our important Year 6 tests).<br />
  11. 11. Celebrations<br />Last year school celebrated its Centenary Year which meant it had been open for 100 years. We all dressed in Edwardian clothes and buried a time capsule for people to open in the future.<br />Once a year we also celebrate the Arts by having a whole school Arts week. <br />Sporting achievement is celebrated regularly at festivals and tournaments we attend throughout the year. <br />
  12. 12. Celebrations<br />Good behaviour and hard work are celebrated weekly in Merit Assembly. Children are awarded merits if they have tried their best all week. Merit certificates are presented to children for every five merits they achieve. <br />Also one child from each class is chosen weekly; as Pupil of the Week. This child receives a trophy and certificate (they also get to take the mascot home for the weekend now).<br />Well behaved children also have Golden Time at the end of each week where they get to take part in a fun activity.<br />
  13. 13. School Awards<br />Our school has worked hard and received the following national awards.<br />Healthy Schools Award<br />Activemark<br />Artsmark<br />

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