Books at the heart of our learning environment. @IPMATHiendley
Inspecting @IPMATHiendley grounds with the newly appointed estates manager @Inspire__MAT
Year Two have been creating portraits of the Queen to celebrate her Platinum Jubilee. We are very impressed with their efforts! #PlatinumJubilee
Y4 have really enjoyed taking part in @TTRockStars Guinness world record attempt to support #NationalNumeracyDay
It’s National Smile Month! Between 16 May and 16 June 2022, the Oral Health Foundation will be raising awareness of important oral health issues with the theme: Everyone deserves a healthy smile. Share your smile today!
After researching the effects of climate change, our Year 3 class focused on extreme weather that it can cause. We decided to investigate tornadoes for our non-chronological reports. The results were fantastic! #ClimateCrisis
‘Closing the Writing Gap’ is officially published next Tues (17th May) by @RoutledgeEd.
As a result, I’m delighted to announce I’m giving away three signed copies. Simply RETWEET this tweet for a chance to win!
3 winners to be announced on Tuesday.
Year 2 have been really busy over the last two weeks whilst they have been completing their KS1 SATs. They have worked incredibly hard and have all tried their absolute best. Mrs Reed, Mrs Cassell and Mrs Fox are very proud of ALL of them! #proud #dreambelieveachieve
What did you have for breakfast this morning...? 🍳🥓🥣
Kellogg's is taking the UK government to court over new rules that would stop some of its cereals being put at the front of shop shelves, due to their high sugar content.
Join Jo to learn more in the week's Round-up! 😁
What a fantastic time we have had at Young Voices! We are so proud of our amazing children!
Year 3 enjoyed making their own Vaisakhi cards in R.E. to show how important this festival is to Sikhs and how they celebrate it by sending cards to each other.
The children in Year 3 had great fun creating their own stop frame animations using the IMotion app on the iPads. They made a stickman move.
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The School Council has raised money through activities such as bun sales, toy sales and sponsored events to purchase items for the playground. They have also raised money for various charities including; McMillian, Children in Need and Red Nose day.