We’ve just had our official total back from Royal British Legion and HPS raised an amazing £747.08 for this great cause. That’s double what we raised last year, a great whole school effort!
Each term at HPS we support a different charity and a year group takes charge of the fund raising. Next up it’s Year 4, fund raising for Barnardo’s.
Wow, congratulations to Amethyst who overtake Garnet to take the house points win this term by 30 points!
Most improved award for this term goes to Sapphire, climbing from 6th last term all the way up to 3rd this time. If they keep scoring at this rate they’ll be in first place next time!
See the full points breakdown on our celebrations page.
We have several job openings within the HPS team at the moment. Come and be a part of what makes us great!
More details are available on our Vacancies page.
We’ve got the heaters on and we’re ready for a day of learning in the warmth!
Just a reminder, children can come straight into class today from 8.45am rather than be out on the ice.
At this stage, we expect school to be open tomorrow, Monday. (Although the forecast is not predicting it, should the weather worsen over night, we will post another message.)
The grounds will be very icy, please stick to the main paths which will be gritted.
We are asking the children to come straight into class tomorrow instead of waiting in the playground. Classroom doors will be open from 8.45am.
The weather forecast for this weekend includes some heavy snow. The fluffy white stuff is great fun, but occasionally causes some problems opening school if staff are unable to get in or if it’s unsafe to open.
We always try our best to remain open, but in the unlikely event that we’re not able to we will follow the procedures listed on our website to let you know as soon as possible. This includes text messages where we have your details and announcements on facebook, our website and local radio.
Full details on our closures page.
We’ve finally finished adding up all the donations, coppers from the coin trails and other bits and bobs – We now have a total for Children in Need at HPS! We raised a massive £701.50!
Many thanks to all those involved, especially the donaters, and those who had to count all those thousands of copper coins!
Class 9 had the longest copper trail with 49.5 metres! Class 13 where so close though just half a metre behind with 49, and Class 16 bagged a valiant third place with 36.9 metres.
Great work everyone!
Just a reminder that this week is the last week of after school clubs before Christmas, with the exception of “Mrs Delaney’s Football Training” club who have their last session on Monday 4th December.
We’re having our Christmas lunch on MONDAY 18TH DECEMBER 2017.
You can download the menu below, but please remember that all children must book a lunch if required, even if they receive free school meals. Slips must be returned to the school office on or before 3.20pm on Monday 11th December.