We were asked by Helen Barker of Beamish Museum if we’d like to take part in an activity to remember the soup kitchens set up in Gateshead in the early part of the 1900s. This year is important to the history of the Suffragette Movement and Beamish are planning a number of activities, in and out of the Museum.
The government of the time had told councils to set aside money to give free meals at lunchtime...
Year 7/8 Boys and Girls Cricket Club starts Tuesday 23rd April 3:15pm-4:15pm in the Sportshall. Only trainers needed.
We will be entering a team(s) into the School Games Cricket tournament.
Former Thomas Hepburn pupil Emily O’Reegan was recently named young scientist of the year at an awards event in London.
Headteacher Ian Tempest said “We are delighted to see that Emily is fulfilling the potential she showed when she was at Thomas Hepburn”
As part of our specialism in Science we were able to support Emily in her enthusiasm for Science, including trips to Sweden, Japan and...
Former Thomas Hepburn pupil Dean Bone is set to star in CBBC drama Wolfblood. Congratulations Dean, we are all very proud of you. For more information click on the link below.
Young Tyneside actor set to star in CBBC drama Wolfblood – Chronicle Live.
When we were first allowed to look at the inside of the new building for our school, Mr Tempest saw a huge white wall in the atrium and thought we should fill it with something. He talked to me and I said we should fill it with Felling!
We talked and thought some more, and then we were asked to be involved in the Commemorations for the 200th Anniversary of Felling Pit Disaster, so I got busy with that....
Whilst everybody else was growing mustaches for Movember, Mr Carlton was brave enough to be sponsored to have his beard shaved off in order to raise money for Epilepsy. Well done to the Year 8 girls who raised lots of money and well done to Mr Carlton (especially for being brave enough to let Mr Frew do it!)
We were asked by Helen Barker of Beamish Museum if we’d like to take part in an activity to remember the soup kitchens set up in Gateshead in the early part of the 1900s. This year is important to the history of...