Reception - Christmas drawing

Friday, 14 December 2018

We have been practising drawing pictures of all things to do with Christmas in RG. Father Christmas, Christmas trees and snowmen were our favourites.








Year 1 & 2 - A Midwife Crisis

Thursday, 13 December 2018

Year 1 and 2 presented 'A Midwife Crisis', a Christmas production about an important midwife who rushes out into the night to find the palace where a baby King will be born. No one in Bethlehem has heard of a palace but with the help of a bright star and some angels, she is led to a humble stable where she finds a special baby.







Golden Book Winners

Monday, 10 December 2018

Every week, teachers identify 2 outstanding pupils in their class who have had a fantastic week either academically or socially or both! These pupils are entered into the Golden Book and are announced during our Friday morning celebration assembly. Our fabulous winners in the infants receive a
certificate in assembly and parents of the 'golden' children in the juniors receive a letter home, informing parents of their child's fantastic achievement.

Congratulations to our winners:

Reception - Ella, Riley, Laura, Anita, Daniel, Joshua
Y1 - Ruby, Ema, Joey, Aizah, Sapphire, Aditya

Y2 - Sebby, Aisha, Sertan, Isabella, Joey, Jaimini
Y3 - Annabella, Alexandru, Poppy, Albos, Claudette, Jimmey
Y4 - Alissa, Carlton, Thomas, Ava, Scarlett, Freddie
Y5 - Alex, Hussain, Hajar, Maya, Harvey, Ellie
Y6 - Calum, Maegan, Oliver, Holly



Golden Book Winners

Every week, teachers identify 2 outstanding pupils in their class who have had a fantastic week either academically or socially or both! These pupils are entered into the Golden Book and are announced during our Friday morning celebration assembly. Our fabulous winners in the infants receive a
certificate in assembly and parents of the 'golden' children in the juniors receive a letter home, informing parents of their child's fantastic achievement.

Congratulations to our winners:

Reception - Lara, Albie, Scarlet, Francesso, Pixie-Lou, Abraham
Y1 - Leisall, Poppy, Leja, Malachi, Naomi, Alfie
Y2 - Brooke, Bayden, Charlie, Simran, Archie, Faye
Y3 - Fabian, Alex C, Chineye, Alexei, Victoria, Vladislavs
Y4 - Lexie, Teddy-Ray, Arnas, Summer, Lilly-May, Kaelen
Y5 - Lola, Joseph, Courtney, Abraham, Freya, Joshua
Y6 - Mitchel, Freddie, Sophie, Jack, Reggie, Connie
 



1C Library Trip 3.12.18

Tuesday, 4 December 2018

1C enjoyed a brisk walk to Hilldene Library this week taking in the sights of our local environment. Viv our local librarian, read us a fantastic story about a wombat who loves carrots and ended up on Father Christmas's sleigh. Viv also showed us where to find fiction and non fiction books and gave us a form so we could all join the library!

Despite 1C getting very wet on our journey back to Hilldene, Miss Chapman was so proud that we all went on the star and will be sharing our certificates in celebration assembly on Friday.








1M - Amazing Attendance

Friday was a very exciting day in Year 1 as 1M managed to complete their “Amazing Attendance” chart. To celebrate this achievement the we played party games such as musical chairs, bumps and statues. We are looking forward to trying to complete the chart again soon and plan our next reward!





Year 6 - Visit to Braintree museum

Friday, 30 November 2018

On Wednesday Year 6 went to Braintree District Museum to support their learning about World War II. Dressed as evacuees, the enthusiastic historians took part in a variety of activities. Through role play they were able to experience an air raid and subsequent evacuation to the countryside. They travelled back in time to school in 1939, where they met an extremely strict teacher who taught them maths using shilling and pence. After lunch there was time to see and touch a range of historical artefacts, including pieces of bombs, uniforms, identity cards and tins of powdered egg. It was an extremely interesting day and they were able to see history come to life.















JTAs - Walking

On Thursday 29th November our new JTAs welcomed the rest of the editorial team for the next edition of Taking Steps to Hilldene to discuss ideas about all about walking. The children’s suggestions included writing poems, researching about walking sports and discovering new parks to explore in Havering.