Our archived whole school news items are listed below. Click one to read in full.
If you’re looking for something from a particular year group, they have their own pages. And if you’re after a newsletter, they can be found here.
You might like to also check our Facebook page, where we post about what’s going on in school.
At our Farmers Market tomorrow we’ll be holding a Nearly New sale of school uniform items, all ages and sizes. Each item will be just £1! First come, first served!
Come and grab a bargain! All proceeds will be going towards our Playground Project.
We would like to invite you to our Farmer’s Market this Friday!
Our year groups have been hard at work making handicrafts, growing fruit and vegetables, and preparing some yummy food!
Our Market will be held in the Purple Main Hall/Courtyard areas. There will be refreshments available in the upper part of the hall.
We can’t quite fit everyone into the purple hall/courtyard at the same time, so we’ve divided up the day as follows:
Foundation Stage, Year One, Year Two: 9.15 a.m. – 10.30 a.m.
(Please bring your Foundation Stage/KS1 child to their classroom as usual. Adults can then go back around the front of the school and through the main office)
KS2 classes – Years Three, Four, Five and Six: 2.15p.m. – 3.15 p.m.
(Please come through the main office.)
We can’t wait, we hope to see you there!
Congratulations to house Amethyst who just squeeked the yearly house points win over an incredibly hard charging Citrine.
Citrine came made an incredible charge from 7th place at the start of this last term, all the way to second, missing out on the win by just ten points!
Citrine actually scored more than double the points of Amethyst in this final term as they raced to catch up , they just couldn’t quite get over the line (410 Vs. 170). Good try Citrine!
The full points breakdown is on our Celebrations Page.
The Rotary Club came into school on Tuesday to celebrate some children at HPS who have gone above and beyond in their community.
These children were recognised for their efforts for fundraising, raising awareness and being a good community role model. Well done to all who received an award and for being a good citizen for HPS!
The Nursery School has been lucky to receive some funding from the Huntingdon Freeman’s Charity to enable us to offer a free summer holiday playscheme to our families this year, and we have a limited number of spaces available to offer to Huntingdon Primary School children.
Children must be aged between 3yrs and 7yrs (year 2).
The children must be resident in Huntingdon.
Unfortunately we cannot offer places to children who are under 3yrs old.
The scheme will run for one week, 30th July- 3rd August 2018 and will be run by the staff team at Huntingdon Nursery School. The places are for 5 half day sessions, 9am-12pm (morning) or 12.30pm-3.30pm (afternoon).
If you would like to apply for your child/children to attend, please come to the Nursery School office and complete an application form. These places will be offered on a first come first served basis.
There are children across our local area who need a safe place to stay on a short and long term basis. Can you help?
Have you ever considered becoming a foster carer? If so, now is a great time to start your fostering journey as Cambridgeshire County Council’s fostering service is currently recruiting carers to a wide range of rewarding roles.
To find out more about how you can make a difference to the lives of local children and young people, call today on 0800 052 0078 or visit http://www.cambridgeshire.gov.uk/fostering
Year six pupils are having fun on their residential trip this week. have a peek at our facebook page for updates as they happen:
Our usual Ice Cream Friday is CANCELLED today.
Our supplier has let us down and we have no ice cream. And on such a scorcher of a day too!