Welcome to Crookhill Primary School
Welcome to Crookhill Primary School’s website where you will find regular updates about children’s learning and school activities and important information about our happy and friendly school. Our school provides a highly positive environment where everyone feels safe, valued and respected. At Crookhill Primary School, we encourage all of our children to become confident, independent, responsible and caring individuals who love learning and are proud of their achievements.
Our school motto is ‘Working together, we succeed’ as we believe that by working in partnership with parents and the community, we can support children’s learning and wellbeing together to ensure the best outcomes for all of our pupils.
Visits from prospective parents are warmly welcomed. We would be delighted to have the opportunity to show you around our lovely school and to meet our caring, skilled and dedicated staff team.
If you require any further information or would like to arrange a visit, please do not hesitate to contact us and we will be happy to help.
Miss K. McCormack
Attendance this week
- Reception 90.43% 90.43%
- Year 1 97.5% 97.5%
- Year 2 95.33% 95.33%
- Year 3 97.83% 97.83%
- Year 4 97.86% 97.86%
- Year 5 94.35% 94.35%
- Year 6 92.69% 92.69%
- Total 95.25% 95.25%
Our youngest children were absolutely fabulous in their school Nativity. We hope that you all enjoyed the performance as much as we did.
Crookhill were proud to present their first Nativity in 3 years to all of the parents. The children worked so incredibly hard to re-tell the Christmas story through their beautiful singing and acting skills. We are so proud of all the children and hope you enjoyed the...
Thanks to everyone who was able to donate to our Harvest Festival. Our newly appointed school council handed over your generous donations to volunteers from The People's Kitchen who were very grateful. We are always amazed by the generosity of Crookhill families but...
The reigning Gateshead champions were back at the Eagles arena on Friday night to compete in the Champion of Champions tournament. They played against all of the other regional champions to play for the honour of being the North Eastern Champion. Sadly a spot in the...
The children in Years 5 and 6 were joined by the Newcastle Eagles for an afternoon of health, fitness and basketball. They started with a fitness station where the children learnt all about the importance of exercise and why they need to keep fit and played a game of...