Schools Involved

During the project we have appreciated the time and support the schools below provided:

Parkschule Stadtbergen, Augsburg, Germany

Unsere Schule ist ein Ort….

…des Miteinanders, wo alle Beteiligten, also Lehrer,

Eltern und Schüler u. a., sich einvernehmlich um ein

soziales, wertschätzendes und rücksichtsvolles

Verhalten im Schulalltag bemühen.

Byker Primary School, Newcastle, UK

Byker Primary School is a welcoming, friendly school set inside the Byker wall, in the East end of Newcastle-upon-Tyne. Children from a range of different cultures and backgrounds are encouraged to do their best and aim high.

At  Byker Primary School they have high expectations of children. They endeavour to create an atmosphere where children can work to the best of their ability. They encourage parents to become involved in the education of their children as you are every bit as important as they are.

Hudson Road Primary School, Sunderland, UK

Hudson is a Community Primary School catering for approximately 200 pupils between 3 and 11 years of age with spacious buildings set in an extensive green space.

Their pupils are happy, caring and eager to learn. Their teaching and support staff are committed and talented educationalists who continue to strive for the best for all of their pupils. They collectively ensure that Hudson is a happy, hard working learning community, characterised by their motto ‘Striving for success’.

Media Coverage from our work with Hudson Road Primary school:

St Mary’s R.C. Primary School, Sunderland, UK

St. Mary’s RC Primary at Meadowside was built in 1974 and has been established to serve the Catholic population and community in the parishes of St Cecilia’s and St Mary’s in the central and south areas of the City of Sunderland. As a result of continual improvements, extensions and investment to the building we are now a two form entry school with the capacity for 420 children in main school plus 52 children (26FTE) in our Nursery which was completed in 2005. The school is currently heavily oversubscribed. Although St. Mary’s is considered to be an Inner City `Urban’ School the school does have beautiful grounds and is in a residential area near to the popular Barnes Park.

Hylton Red House Primary School, Sunderland, UK

Hylton Red House Primary School provides an exciting and creative curriculum through the use of topics and themes. All of the pupils from Reception up Year 6 are involved in the topics, which creates excitement amongst pupils and also a shared interest.

Oxclose Primary School, Washington, UK

Oxclose are a highly inclusive school and their strengths lie in very close and effective teamwork, with expertise in managing the range of children’s educational and social needs and strong community links. They have resourced provision for pupils with physical disabilities and strive to be a successful inclusive school.

Cleadon Village Primary School, Cleadon, UK

The school aims to preserve and develop it’s religious character in accordance with the principles of the Church of England and in partnership with the Church at Parish and diocesan level.
The school aims to serve its community by providing an education of the highest quality within the context of Christian belief and practice. It encourages an understanding of the meaning and significance of faith, and promotes Christian values through the experience it offers to all its pupils.

Holy Trinity CEVA Primary School, South Shields, UK

Holy Trinity Church of England Primary school seeks to build a strong educational foundation in accordance with Christian principles and values, in partnership with the Church at local, Deanery and Diocesan levels, developing a Christ-centred community where each person can fulfil the potential God has given them.

St Bedes RC Primary School, Washington, UK

At St. Bede’s they always strive to live out their motto, ‘We care, We share, We help one Another. We will strive to give all children the opportunity to develop their intellectual, physical, social and spiritual attributes to ensure they receive a broad education and achieve their best.’