Head Teacher’s Newletter #31

Dear Parent / Carer It might feel like it sometimes, but not every day is sunny at Nunnykirk! This week we had ominous rumbles of thunder approaching closer and closer, the skies darkening to deep grey-black, and that strange smell and tingle that warns of an imminent display of amazing lightning. Cautiously we all retreated […]

OFSTED Report 2016

Summary of key findings. Young people¬†achieve academically and their emotional well-being is paramount. They are supported by a skilled and experienced staff team that encompasses both school and residential staff. This joint working provides a seamless, consistent approach that enhances very good care and support. Young people learn a range of independent skills that prepare […]

Students enjoy classic tale

A group of Year 11 and 10 pupils thoroughly enjoyed their outing this week to see ‘To Kill a Mockingbird’ at Newcastle Theatre Royal. The year 10 and 11 pupils were able to enjoy the stage version of the Harper Lee classic as part of Nunnykirk’s commitment to supporting and enriching the English curriculum.

Fundraising boost

Two new interactive whiteboards with projectors have been fitted recently at the school. This has been possible due to fundraising by The Friends of Nunnykirk and Mr Ken Smith. Mr Smith has worked with the pupils and the Friends of Nunnykirk on fundraising events such as a tombola stall at the Felton Fair last summer […]