Cheerleading Tournament 2018

BCA Super Classic May 26th 2018

Metro Arena, Newcastle


Tickets are now available for spectators to buy online for BCA, which is advised as its cheaper but also this is a really popular event and has been known to sell out. Please see the link below:

It is the Saturday that you will need to buy tickets for and we are fairly sure that they will be performing in the morning.

Please take heed of the following announcement from the Metro Arena in Newcastle where the BCA Super Classic will be held on May 26 and 27, 2018.  These policies are being upheld at all events which are hosted at the Metro Arena.  The BCA will uphold these standards.

The following bag policy will be in place for the BCA 2018 Super Classic.

No Large Cool Bags or Boxes, Glass, Cans or Alcohol allowed in the venue (Individual packed lunch bags are allowed i.e. child’s school lunch bag size)

No open bottles will be allowed in the venue (they reserve the right to check the integrity of any liquid in sports / drinks bottles)

No Flags on poles

No banners on sticks

No Airhorns

Nothing that may be deemed as a hazard determined by our SIA personnel – all bags will be subject to the search procedure.

Competitors and Coaches ONLY (with ID) – Large Bags/Kit Bags will be allowed in on arrival with squads, these will be subject to the search procedures and need to be tagged (please can you provide wristbands for this purpose)

Spectators – We encourage you to only bring essential items and stress no large bags or Backpacks of any shape size or theme at all will be permitted into venue. There is no storage or cloak room facility available so please make alternative arrangements before arriving to the venue.

 Please refer spectators to our website link for a full list of restricted items.

 If you have NOT sent proof of your child’s date of birth, please do it AS SOON AS POSSIBLE.

Kind regards

Miss Noble and Kimberly

Cheer and Tumble Camps over Easter

Are you looking for something different to keep the kids busy over the Easter Holidays?

We have some amazing camps on offer for them!

Cheerleading Camps

Open Cheer Camp – South Shields

Wednesday 4th April – 10.00am – 3.00pm

Cost: £12.00pp
Venue: Mortimer Community Centre

This is a fun based camp working on all aspects of cheerleading and is open to all levels of ability.

Open Cheer Camp – Newcastle

Wednesday 4th April – 10.00am – 3.00pm
Cost: £12.00pp

Venue: Ouseburn Community Centre

This is a fun based camp working on all aspects of cheerleading and is open to all levels of ability.

Tumble Camps

Flicks & Tucks Camp

Tuesday 3rd April 10.00am – 3.00pm

Venue: Mortimer Community Centre

Athletes are required to have a minimum of a standing flick or round off flick.

Cartwheels, Round Offs & Flicks Camp

Tuesday 10th April 10.00am – 3.00pm
Cost: £12.00pp
Venue: Mortimer Community Centre

A dedicated tumble camp for beginner level tumblers, who would like to progress onto higher level skills including flicks.

Please Note: Booking is essential, you can do so by following the link below:

If your child is attending a camp, they will need to bring along a packed lunch and plenty to drink.

If you would like any further information or would like help booking, please do not hesitate to contact us.

We hope to see you in camp very soon,

Many Thanks

Gymnastic Success

It is with great pleasure that we can inform you that our Year 6 Gymnastics squad (Emily, Lucy, Keenan, Leo, Demi-Leigh & Millie) came 2nd in the South Tyneside Schools Gymnastics Competition and our Year 5 squad (Bethany, Millie, Morgan, Ben, Lukas & Ellie) won!  Congratulations also to Millie for winning the “Design a Leotard Competition”!

Well done to all squad members for showing such a high level of skill and dedication to improving year on year.  Thank-you to Mr Gilmore, without whom we wouldn’t be able to deliver such high quality performances, and also to Mrs Moore and Mrs Baxter for accompanying the children to the Gymnastics Centre.


Cracking Ceilidh

At the second attempt, the Annual Dunn Street Ceilidh took place on 22nd March.  The children who have attended the Country Dancing Club, this academic year, invited friends and family to join them on the dance floor… some obliged and others were happy just capturing the evening on film.

I would like to thank all the parents and friends for their support and enthusiasm, the children for their dance moves and behaviour, the band for their wonderful music, calling and compliments as well as Mr Atkinson, Mrs Ramshaw and Mr Black for their help in ensuring the smooth running of the evening…

Click here for our Twitter feed and pictures…

Queen Elizabeth Carol Service

Wonderful links were maintained as choir members from our class travelled to Darlington in order to participate in a special carol service which brings together members of the College, the local community and the children of Dunn Street.  The message of “Giving is better than receiving” resonated strongly with our class having recently participated in our fundraising for Walking With The Wounded.

Alongside other guests, we enjoyed Pass the Parcel and Bingo!!  Our singing went down well as the audience enjoyed a scrumptious lunch.  When we had finished our lunch, we performed a variety of carols and the poem, “A Christmas Guest”.

Check out our Twitter feed for other photos.


Soft Play Success

This week we transformed the hall into our own Ninja Warrior course, equipped with moving stones, hurdles and super difficult jumps.  We all had so much fun and can’t wait to give it another go.  Reception class were fantastic: who said P.E. was difficult?

Gyrwy Lodge Social Evening…

…with Mr Hymers, Kenny the Sax and The Dunn Street Choir…

A wonderful evening of song and music was enjoyed by all at the Hebburn Masonic Lodge.  Our choir performed a range of local songs accompanied by the penny whistle, Kenny, Mr Reader and Mr Miller “in a box”!

Local favourites like Bobby Shafto, Weel May the Keelrow, Cushie Butterfield, Waters of Tyne and Blaydon Races were performed alongside more modern pieces like “Autmun Winds” from The Last Ship and the favourite of the evening, “Meet Me On The Corner”.

The night was a great success and we were overwhelmed to receive a total donation of £650 to continue, and enhance, music and performing provision for the pupils of Dunn Street from Gyrwy Lodge.

This is ontop of a previously generous donation to continue our penny whistle work. 



September 2017 KS2

KS2 Out of School Hours Clubs

Normal PE rules apply ie the children must have a change of kit and appropriate foot-wear for use outside; no jewellery is to be worn. 

Please note the school will stop children from attending if their behaviour or work within school falls below the expected level.