Sedgefield Primary @atsedgefieldpri
20 May We are extremely grateful for the kind treats gifted to us from Trimdon Community College, they will be gone by lun… https://t.co/fX1Mo62u2m
11 May Learning maths at home! Reception have been finding, and learning, their number bonds to 10 and double numbers. T… https://t.co/RerMuvoxod
7 May Afternoon tea party for VE Day. Jam sandwiches were a hit!, https://t.co/FXflLzxUaZ
7 May The boys have been using some VE Day activities: solving word searches and morse code code breakers as well as foll… https://t.co/T5v9lCYFTA
7 May https://t.co/QGBvy2MzU6
A Little Video For Sedgefield Primary School
- Keeping in touch while you're home-schooling
Please contact us if you need us for any reason at the moment. We hope the emails we are sending you are useful. Click the title to get the rest of the message. Stay safe, stay cheerful and take care.
- Petition for safer road crossing in Sedgefield
Update to the safer road crossing petition (click on the title of this message for more information and for the link).
- March Newsletter
See Letters Page in Parents section of the website for new newsletter
We might be closed for all but the children of front-line staff, but we're still in touch. Why not have a look at our class pages to see what everyone's up to at home?
Welcome to Sedgefield Primary School
Our aim, at Sedgefield Primary, is to provide high quality education within a nurturing, learning environment, so preparing children to become caring, creative and responsible citizens of the future. Visitors to our school are impressed by the exemplary behaviour, positive attitudes, enthusiasm and talents of our children. They are taught by a highly committed and skilled staff, who ensure quality teaching and learning throughout our school. However, our school is much more than this; the positive atmosphere that exists at our school fully encourages our children to have excellent attitudes towards each other and there is a strong sense of belonging, caring and consideration. Our children are happy, confident and show pride in themselves, their work, our school and the community we serve.
We are always pleased to welcome new parents and children to our school. We are proud of our school, our children, their achievements and the role we play in the life of the local community.
Everyone is always welcome to contact or visit our school to find out more about us.
Mrs Andrea Cox
If you are looking for a Nursery place for September, we have spaces! Please email us, we'll get back to you very quickly.