Boldon School summer fayre in July

Boldon School are holding a summer fayre in July (further details are to follow). If there are any parents or carers who have small businesses or hobbies and would like to have a stall at the fayre, please get in touch with school reception, leave your name, contact details and a brief description of the stall type.[…]

YourNorthumbria App

YourNorthumbria is a free community messaging system for Northumberland, Newcastle, Gateshead, Sunderland, North Tyneside and South Tyneside that allows you to register and receive the latest crime notifications and community news happening in your local neighbourhood. YourNorthumbria allows you to decide when and how you are kept informed about the issues that matter to you:[…]

Move over Simon Cowell – It’s Boldon’s Got Talent!

Students at Boldon School were once again given the opportunity to show-off, hone and discover their talents at the school’s annual talent show. Budding comedy-stars, bands, solo singers, dancers and many more utilised the opportunity to perform a show at the school’s purpose-built theatre to a sold-out audience. All the acts were judged by a[…]

Senior Citizens Christmas Party

Boldon School held it’s ninth annual Senior Citizens Christmas Party on 7th December 2017. The residents enjoyed another very entertaining and festive evening, where they were served a beautiful 3 course meal, listened to carols sang by a local primary school, met with Santa Claus and took part in Bingo and a Raffle.  The evening was finished[…]

Turning Japanese at Boldon School

Boldon School has hosted its third cross-curricular Cultural Arts Project in as many years. The project allowed students to explore elements of Japanese culture whilst also allowing them to hone their creative, musical, poetic and presentation skills. The two-day workshop, with a focus on Japanese theatre and traditional Noh masks, also required students to prepare[…]

Boldon School Positively Making Progress

  Boldon School is celebrating record-breaking results again after the government’s release of the new Progress Eight performance measures. Progress Eight is the newest benchmark for measuring a school’s overall performance.  The measure, which tracks the progress pupils make over five years, and across eight subjects – as opposed to five, has now become the[…]