It is my pleasure to introduce you to our school website. South Gosforth First School is a large first school with currently around 300 pupils on roll. We pride ourselves in providing a safe, welcoming and vibrant school setting which is truly at the heart of our local community. We are a valued member of ‘The Gosforth Schools Trust’ and we work closely with all of our neighbouring first and middle schools in order to learn from each other and keep developing together through shared support and collaboration.
You can keep up to date with all of the latest news from our school right here on our website, or for more 'real time' updates, please follow our school Twitter feed (Please click here to follow our Twitter page), our school Facebook page (Please click here to follow our Facebook page) or our school Youtube channel (Please click here to follow our Youtube channel).
For those families that are already a part of our school community, we thank you for your wonderful children, your commitment to our work and your support in all that we do. For the families who are thinking of joining us, please feel free to call our school office and arrange a visit – everyone is welcome. We look forward to meeting you!
Mr. Rob Adams
Head Teacher & Specialist Leader of Education
@SouthGosforthFS Aamna created an Autumn painting 🙏
If anyone in our school family could spare some money to help this lovely little girl who is a pupil in one of our… https://t.co/ReLL7JzFz2
We are having a wonderful first full week in Reception! We are so proud of how well the children have settled into… https://t.co/pZX1oqgbTv
Look at our beautiful new ‘Reading Tree’ which Mr Woodley completed today! It has all of our SGFS ‘Reading Spine’ o… https://t.co/m6JC61gCwW
Our wonderful new Reception children have been so busy during their ‘Busy Play’ sessions already! 😀😀😀
Our Year 4 children loved listening to this story in assembly today which is all about hope and holding on to a pro… https://t.co/5M3piGHzZI
Archibald, can we help with this? Have a look where you live and we will clean around school this week too.… https://t.co/3PZQbY8Fbw
A brilliant first day back for all of our children today! A big thank you to all of the pupils, staff and families… https://t.co/uIwmjLMQai
TOMORROW IS THE DAY THAT WE WELCOME EVERYONE BACK TO SCHOOL! We truly cannot wait to see our whole school family br… https://t.co/jWgOqh41MG
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