We have had a great time dressed in our mismatched clothes today! Check out the photos below.
We had a great day dressed up in our football kits, supporting England!
We’ve all looked super festive in our Christmas jumpers today.
We all dressed up as colours of the rainbow today to raise money for Children in Need.
We have had a fabulous day dressed in all our Halloween outfits. There have been lots of spooky sights, including a 6ft dinosaur who has been going around scaring everyone!
Yesterday several members of staff and I attended the Pride of Teesdale Awards at the Witham Hall. These awards recognise individuals and organisations that are making a difference to our area. Some of the stories we heard were both humbling and inspirational. We were delighted to be nominated for School of the Year and absoluely thrilled to have won!
Well done to all our talented, hardworking staff and to our superb children!
Please note that the new menu for the next term has been sent home and these must be returned by Thursday 13th July. The new choices will take effect from September.
The safety and wellbeing of young people is our greatest priority. Our school is one of many in County Durham that will be taking part in a new project aimed at providing extra support to young people who are affected by or witness domestic abuse in their home lives.
To find out more about Operation Encompass, please click here.
Friends of Montalbo are kindly arranging our Valentine’s Disco this year. It will be held on Thursday 16th February.Tickets cost £2.50 and the price includes and drink and a hot dog.
Foundation Stage and Key Stage 1’s disco is from 5.15pm to 6.15pm
Key Stage 2’s disco is from 6.30pm-7.30pm.
There will be a sweet and popcorn stall, friendship bracelet stall and glitter tattoos so your child might want to bring along some change for this.FOMs are also arranging a raffle and tickets can be bought before or during the event. Teas and coffees are available for parents.
Disco tickets are available from the school office.
Safer Internet Day will be celebrated globally on Tuesday 7th February with the slogan ‘Be the change: Unite for a better internet.’
On Friday 10th February we would like to invite parents to school at 2.45pm where you can visit the different class and the children can explain a different element of e-safety to you.