The gallery is full of a wealth of photographs to give a real insight into the rich and varied experiences the children have in our school. Have a look at some of the wonderful things we do at our school by selecting the links from the menu.

Rights Respecting:  Every child has the right to a good education.

Save The Children Christmas Jumper Day

On Friday the 9th December 2022, all the children wore their Christmas jumpers in support of Save the Children.  We talked about SMSC and rights of children around the world.

A visit from Jane Hackworth














Mayor at Home Event 2019

Our children were offered the opportunity to attend the ‘Mayor at Home’ event at Shildon Civic Hall on the afternoon of Friday 5th July. The children who attended presented a range of their learning to the Mayor and invited guests.














World Book Day 2019

Staff and Children alike joining in the fun of World Book Day












Red Nose Day








More School Projects

Year 6 Art Project















Gardening together at the Shildon Community Allotment

Science is exciting

Our Mini Police join in activities and visits organised by Durham Police. They have recently visited the Locomotion Museum in Shildon


Fun in the Snow for our 2 Year Olds

Year 6 at the Safety Carousel

Mrs Simpson, our School Crossing Patrol, helps our children have the right to be safe.


Timothy Hackworth School first opened in February 1910 – here it is under construction in approximately 1908.

On Tuesday 12th June, famous author Vivian French visited our school to take part in two reading and writing workshops with our Year 3, 4, 5 and 6 pupils.



Forest School

It’s lots of fun in our Forest School – June 2018


Career Event

Year 5 and Year 6 children enjoy our Annual Careers Event – June 2018

An ice-cream celebration for receiving the Rights Respecting Gold Award from UNICEF.
















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