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Whitehouse Primary School
Dunelm Road, Elm Tree, TS19 0TS,UK Stockton-on-Tees
Tel. 01642 678212

The History of our School
Whitehouse started off as a mainstream primary in 1978, but following the closure of Summerhouse, a school for pupils with physical difficulties, in 1987, staff and pupils transferred to Whitehouse. This was the start of our journey towards the school we are today; a school recognised for the inclusion of its whole community.

We are very proud of the fact that all pupils take part in every aspect of school life including residential and day educational visits, Christmas Productions and a Summer Show, musical as well as numerous sporting events. In fact this year the school had a very special visitor in July, when the whole school took part in Sports Aid. Dame Tanni Grey-Thompson made a special visit to Whitehouse to meet with children and staff taking part in this event.

Sports Aid - Dame Tanni Grey-Thompson and Whitehouse pupils.
At Whitehouse we are always keen to embrace any new initiatives and technology; this is why ICT is particularly at the forefront of our agenda for inclusion. Many of our children with additional needs depend on ICT to support their curriculum access. Over the past few years, as part of our school improvement work, all teaching areas have interactive whiteboards connected to the internet; pupils with recording difficulties have access to word processing equipment and in some instances their own laptops.

A Soundfield system has also been installed throughout the school. In other schools Soundfield is mainly used with pupils with hearing impairments as it provides better classroom acoustics, however at Whitehouse we have found that all our children benefit from having better sound clarity, something also supported by research in this area.


School Clubs
Whitehouse Primary School offers a variety of School Clubs

This term, the School Clubs are;

Spanish Club - with Mrs Garrett
Year 2 - Monday Lunchtime

Elvis Club - with Mr Christine and Mrs Richardson
Years 4, 5 and 6 - Monday Lunchtime

Choir - with Mr Christine and Mrs Richardson
Years 4, 5 and 6 - Mondays

Tag Rugby - with Mr Malo and Mrs Innes
Years 3 and 4 - Tuesdays

Keyboard Skills - with Mrs Short and Miss Wilkinson
Year 3 - Tuesday Lunchtime

Multi-Sports Club - with Mrs Ayre, Mrs Newbould, Miss Herrington and Mrs Fryer
Year 1 - Tuesdays

Art Club - with Mrs Ayre and Mrs Cain
Year 4 - Tuesdays

Animation Club - with Mr Beane
Year 5 - Tuesdays

Web Club - with Mr Beane
Years 5 - Thursday Lunchtime

German Club - with Miss Pugh
Year 6 - Thursday Lunchtime

Boys Football Club - with Mr Malo, Mrs Fryer, Mrs Innes and Mr Beane
Years 4, 5, and 6 - Thursdays

Computer Club for Girls (CC4G) - with Mrs Grant
Year 6 - Thursdays

Baking Club - with Mrs Henderson, Miss Herrington and Mrs Yellow
Year 2 - Thursdays

Musical Theatre Group - with Mrs Brewster and Mrs Sanderson
Year 5 - Thursdays

Girls Football Club - with Mr Malo, Mrs Fryer and Mrs Innes
Years 4, 5 and 6 - Fridays

Cricket - with Mr Logan
Years 5 and 6 - Fridays

Special Events

Whitehouse Primary has many special celebrations and events through out the year

Click on the links below for more details . . .
NSPCC Fund Raising
Whitehouse pupils raised a massive £813 for the NSPCC.
Team Players French Show
Children in Key Stage 2 enjoyed the fantastic French Show.
Easter Egg Competition
Whitehouse pupils' imaginations went wild with our
Easter Egg Competition.
Cabaret Evening
A packet crowd filled the hall to witness the fabulous Cabaret Evening.
Sponsored Skipping
We took part in National Skipping Day and raised money for our school at the same time.
World Book Day
Children dressed up as book characters for World Book Day.
Samba Workshop
Children in Key Stage 2 took part in a Samba Workshop.
Children in Need
Whitehouse Primary raised £457 for Children in Need.
Harvest Festival
Once again, our generosity was appreciated by local residents during our Harvest Festival.

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