This week is Anti-Bullying Week and the children will be all encouraged to make good choices when behaving or standing up to bullying.
Parents / Carers can follow this link
and look at the support materials here.
We enjoyed a fun day, dressing up as Pudsey. Can you count the spots?
The school community prides itself on the range charity giving and generosity of the school families in the money we raise across the year. Every year we support a number of local, national and international charities. We see this as an important element of our spiritual, moral, social and cultural development of the children.
Jeans for Genes Day, Wear it Pink Day, Harvest – Supporting The People’s Kitchen and The Key Project, The British Legion, Children in Need and Operation Christmas Child.
Comic Relief and Sport Relief, Sign 2 Sing, Easter Eggs to The People’s Kitchen.
Shades for the Day, Turn on the Tap.
As children get older they naturally gain more freedoms like going out with their friends after school. Keeping them safe is every parent’s priority. This is not easy when Bonfire Night approaches. Fireworks in particular are on sale throughout October, November and December. Please see the link below for information to help you keep your child safe this November and beyond.
Raising money for Breast Cancer research & care and having a fun day was what “Wear it Pink” day is all about at Hedworth Lane School.
Young writer, Amelia Robins (8yrs) entered a poetry competition during lock-down. Her poem was inspired by Postman Jon, one of our local celebrities and her poem has been chosen to be published in a book. Amelia’s poem has also been shortlisted for a young writer of excellence award. Good luck with this Amelia. We hope you keep writing and keep us smiling when we read your lovely work!
Children at home have been sending there messages to our carers…. messages of thanks and messages of love!
Hedworth Lane Primary School children continue to send in their pictures from home.
Thank you boys and girls…. Mr Gill.
Staff and pupils make a rainbow in Miss Tahir’s classroom and children continue to send in their pictures from home.
Children of Hedworth Lane School send their rainbow pictures and messages of hope into school. Well done boys and girls!
Every year we celebrate significant events in the UK. World Book Day celebrates literature and promotes reading. We all dress up as our favourite book characters. Can you recognise who we are?
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