The Big Pedal
Thank you to everyone who took part in The Big Pedal this year by walking, scooting or cycling to school. There have been an amazing 1892 journeys made. Reception- 277, Year 1- 276, Year 2- 279, Year 3- 232, Year 4- 291, Year 5- 222 and Year 6- 315. Well done to everyone!
Well done to Year 6 who achieved the highest number of journeys, they enjoyed an extra session on the Smoothie Bike!
Thank-you to all who came in odd socks and donated yesterday for Down's syndrome Awareness Day!
On Thursday we had a visit from ChildNet, a company who aim to make the internet a safer place for children. In our workshops, we learned all about being safe online, not to trust everything we see or read on the internet and what to do if something happens that does not seem right.
Please take the time to discuss this with your child. ChildNet have a really useful website full of child friendly videos and activities, which will help start the conversation at home.
Young Voices Manchester Arena 14th February 2019
Well done to those who attended the athletics event earlier in the week!
We had a special guest visit us on Tuesday. His name was George from 'Anchor Creative Education'. He came and sang some spelling, punctuation and grammar songs with us! He also come to all the classes and did some workshops. If you would like to listen to some of the songs at home, have a look on his YouTube channel - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCF3idoSaI6I-2bJcYtq4rvQ
Enjoy our video from one of our talent show winners!
Chess Club has started on Monday afternoons.
Year 2 Remembrance Day Talk
Year 2 enjoyed a talk from the Butterworth family. They taught the children about Remembrance Day by sharing their experiences and memories. They showed and explained the meaning of pictures and medals that they had.
Thank you very much, we have learnt a lot.
Quicksticks Hockey Tournament
Well done to the children who represented school in the Quicksticks Hockey Tournament at Woodhey High School on Wednesday 17th October. They played brilliantly, showing great sportsmanship and teamwork, they did Hazlehurst proud.
The team came 3rd out of 12 schools, achieving medals and certificates.