Welcome to our school website! Please take a moment to have a look around it, and find out about some of the fantastic things we have been up to here at Kibblesworth Academy. As well as class pages, packed with information on what we have been studying, trips and events, we also have a selection of pages devoted to our sports clubs, policies, information on how we spend our sports and pupil premium funding – you name it, you can find it here! Our curriculum section will tell you all about what we believe in, and how our subjects are structured – and we are constantly updating it and trying to make it better!
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We hope you enjoy your time on our site, and please visit again soon to find all of the up to date information about our brilliant school.
Our fantastic dance team entered a competition recently which was being run by Gateshead SSP in conjunction with Disney on Ice and Capital Radio to perform at the Metro Centre. The theme was Resilience, and Mr Breheny worked with the group to choreograph a new dance routine and sent a movie of the performance to […]
Over the last two weeks, Year 5 have made visits to the school’s surrounding areas, identifying its key features (such as housing and facilities), as well as what makes the area special. The class were able to draft and write their own investigative reports into thier findings, in addition to designing their own futuristic […]
Click the link below to read the information on the Year 5 Open Evening at Lord Lawson Academy. A5 Flyer Web
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We have lots of great resources here at Kibblesworth including our classrooms, computing equipment and excellent outdoor spaces. We are also lucky enough to have a separate building for our KS2 children, the UKS2 Hub. This self contained building allows the oldest pupils in the school to gain a little more independence, working in a setting which allows them to shine and prepare for Secondary school.
The pupils seem to relish the more grown up environment and respond to the “Middle school” type challenge both in Year 5 and Year 6.