Welcome to our Website

Dear Parents, Carers and Children,

Welcome to Toner Avenue Primary School an exciting place to learn and discover.  We strive to provide the very best education for all of our pupils, what ever their needs or abilities.  By ensuring that we have the most committed, resourceful and enthusiastic team of staff, we offer a vibrant and rich curriculum.

There have been many changes at Toner Avenue recently, and there are more exciting changes in the future.  This is a school with huge potential, amazing children and supportive parents.

I hope that you enjoy the school website which we will endeavour to keep regularly updated.

Many thanks for visiting and your continued support.

Mr M Arthur

Head teacher

Toner Tigers Football

Another great evening for our football team.

Match Report by Owen P (Year 6)

On Thursday 16th November, Toner were meant to have two games but St James unfortunately were unable to play, so we only had the one game.

We played Hebburn Lakes B team. We played very well, scoring 8 and conceding 0. These were the scorers: Connor R (3), Jordan (1), Marcus (1), all in Year 5. The Year 6 scorers: Owen R (1), Connor C (1) and Jayden (1). Making their debuts were Corey and Jayden.

Well played Toner!

View fixtures, results and league standings here:

http://full-time.thefa.com/ProcessPublicSelect.do?psSelectedSeason=443393305&psSelectedDivision=906869016&psSelectedLeague=2949807

 

or on the new FA site:

https://fulltime.thefa.com/ff/TeamDetails?teamid=712760425&seasonid=443393305&tab=divisions

 

 

Year 2 Youtubers!

Here in year 2, we’ve been working super hard in our English lessons.

We decided that the teachers, the parents and the WORLD, needed to learn about Minecraft!

We spent one week looking at Non-Chronological reports and seeing what we needed to include in our own, we practised using conjunctions and sorting information under sub-headings.

Then we planned and wrote our Minecraft reports. Now, as serious Youtubers, we had to make sure we edited and improved our work…the grown ups wouldn’t want to see any mistakes!

Finally, this week we’ve been reading our reports out loud. We had to use expression as the best Youtubers are exciting and not boring! Today we made our videos. I was impresses by all of the children’s efforts and I know they really enjoyed it, but they’re most excited about everyone watching them!

Here are the Youtube links, you are the only people able to view our videos as you’ve visited our website. It’s our first attempt so please give us some encouragement. (It’s also the first time I’ve fathomed out how to upload videos on here too!)

Lacey

Jack W and Emily

Archie and Amie

Sienna and Maci

Lewis and Heidi

Jason and Sydney

 

So world wide web…leave your comments here to tell us how much you’ve learned, it will mean so much to us that people are watching!

 

Miss Cox and Year 2

P.S: Some videos are still being edited, watch this space for more!

Armistice Day

Last year we took the school council to the armistice day service in Monkton Village.  This year the service is on Saturday. (11.11.17)  This is always a moving and poignant service and I would encourage as many of you to attend as possible.  The service will begin at 11am at the cenotaph.

Rupert Brooke

The Soldier

IF I should die, think only this of me:
That there’s some corner of a foreign field
That is forever England. There shall be
In that rich earth a richer dust concealed;
A dust whom England bore, shaped, made aware,
Gave, once, her flowers to love, her ways to roam,
A body of England’s, breathing English air,
Washed by the rivers, blest by the suns of home.

And think, this heart, all evil shed away,
A pulse in the eternal mind, no less
Gives somewhere back the thoughts by England given;
Her sights and sounds; dreams happy as her day;
And laughter, learnt of friends; and gentleness,
In hearts at peace, under an English heaven.

Writers of the Week

Well done to our Writers of the Week

Congratulations Nathan, Kenzie, Tyler, Liam, Olivia, Kyle, Hannah, Jack, Lewis, Chloe and Owen.

By Holly and Evie (Year 6 photographers)