Year Group Pages
Our year group pages are where you’ll find the latest learning adventures from class.
Choose a year group below to see more.
Thank you to everyone who has activated their Tapestry account – there has already been some comments from home in the children’s online learning journeys! We have been really excited to see that our hard work is being looked at from home.
If you need any support in setting up your account, drop in to see the class teachers.
Thank you to everyone who has brought in some wellies for our adventures in the forest and mud kitchen. We had such a great time visiting the forest on Friday. We walked on a yellow carpet of leaves which had fallen from the trees and found some creatures such as slugs and spiders who live in the forest.
This Friday we will be heading into the forest to collect some exciting resources for our Autumn fayre stall!
Just a reminder that we have P.E in year one on both a Tuesday and Wednesday so children will need a kit for both days.
Thank you to everyone who has signed up to Edmodo so far in year one! It is a great way to see what your children have been learning about or will be learning about during their week at school.
If you have yet to join please ask either Miss Hollison Or Miss Fussell who will give you the code you need to sign up. Many thanks!
We have had a lot to celebrate in Year 2 this week. We are very proud of our sports award winners and all the other children who are achieving great things in P.E.
We have started our next sequence in maths on partitioning. The children recognise the tens and ones columns. We are looking forward to moving onto partitioning numbers in different ways.
In P.E. this week we have been learning about P.E’s ABC. A stands for agility, B stands for balance and C stands for coordination.
We have been focusing on coordination. The children are beginning to understand that coordination is the ability to move two or more body parts under control, smoothly and efficiently.
Please find our latest newsletter for year 3 below.
Due to some technical difficulties, we will be sending home the homework menu and newsletter for year 3 at the beginning of next week!
We had some great homework from the children last half term so a big thank you for all the parent and carer support at home!
We are looking forward to seeing lots more homework flying our way soon!
Please see the newsletter and homework Menu for this half term. We have already had some great homework handed in this half term but we would like some more. Thank you, Year 4 team.
Year Four were very busy last week thinking about how to be excellent independent learners. They shared lots of great ideas about being a role model, communicating effectively, being ready to learn and asking great questions. Lots of the children wrote blogs on their guide to being an independent learner. Check them out on the blogs website – http://hpsblogs.net/
We have been getting ready for our Maths Bee in Year Five next week. The final in looming (1st December). We will be choosing a children from each house who has been working hard to learn their times tables facts. Could it be you?
Use the link to practise: https://www.topmarks.co.uk/maths-games/hit-the-button
Our new hamster has survived his first day at HPS! Getting ready for his first night here in Year 5.
The polls are in from our pupils and he is called Nibbles!
We look forward to sharing more with you as Nibbles settles in. Stay up to date on our blog for more!
Year 6 booster sessions for Reading start again this afternoon. They run from straight after school until 4.30 and will be on every Monday. Last year these really helped, so we’d love to see as many children as possible!
This week in year 6 we have been planning to write a persuasive advert for the brand new Victorian invention of the Penny Farthing! To top the week off we organized for the children to have the opportunity to see a real Penny Farthing bike and ask the all important questions like:
- ” How do you ride it?”
- ” How does it work?”
- “How fast can you travel?”
- “How do you slow down?”
- and even ” How much does one cost?”
A massive thank you to Mr. Loose for sharing this with us, and helping the year 6’s plan ahead for their writing next week!