Decorated Egg Competition

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Children from Y2 to Y6 enjoyed decorating hard boiled eggs on Thursday for the annual decorated egg competition. The standard of entries was very high, which made the judges’ decisions very difficult. Prizes were awarded for the best three entries from each class. See if you can spot the winners among the photos below!

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Easter Celebrations at Whitburn Primary

We have come to the end of a busy week, during which many of our parents have been able to join us to watch the children’s Easter assemblies and view the children’s work. Our final day has been spent with the children performing for each other and decorating eggs for the annual competition. Watch this space for some amazing entries…Website 093 Website 094 Website 118 Website 119

Y4 visit Arbeia Roman Fort




Year 4 had a fantastic visit to Arbeia Roman Fort where they got a taste for what life would be like as a Roman auxiliary soldier. Under the command of Centurion Maximus they got to grips with life in the Roman army and practised a range of battle formations. Despite coming under heavy fire from Mr Harker and Mrs Metcalfe, the class maintained an impeccable testudo formation to drive us out of their barracks! We also took part in an archaeological dig, where the class learned how historical artefacts are preserved and found 1000’s of years later.

Remembrance Day 2014

On Tuesday 11th November, at precisely 11am, we gathered as a school to remember those who have lost their lives in conflicts since World War I.


Natasha and Freya (Y5) also brought in some of their pocket money to donate to the Royal British Legion – coins they had been saving up for nearly a year!