Huntingdon Primary

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.

Our first full week

Our first full week

What a busy first full week we have had! The children have already achieved so much and are enjoying exploring their new learning opportunities. We have made lots of new friends and already started learning our first phonics sounds!

Please bring in a pair of names wellies so that the children can enjoy our mud kitchen. We have space to keep them at school if you are happy with this.

World Cup

World Cup

We have been getting into the spirit of the world cup in early years. We have been thinking about all the teams who are taking part and looking at the different flags for those countries. Here is some of our world cup writing so far!

Class Assembly

Class Assembly

Year one would like to invite you to our class assembly on Thursday 21st June 2018 at 9.15 am.

We are so excited to share our learning with you!

Welcome back from year one!

Welcome back from year one!

We would like to say a huge welcome back to year one! We hope you all had a lovely break.

We have such an exciting final half term planned for the children. We look forward to letting you know all about our learning.

Just a reminder that the phonics screening check will begin on Monday 11th June. If you have any questions please do not hesitate to ask.

 

 

Our topic

Our topic

This term, our topic in year 2 is The Great Fire of London. The children are thoroughly enjoying finding out about this historical event and we have been so impressed with what they found out during the summer as part of their summer learning challenge! This week we have been busy sequencing the events and learning about the key dates of the fire.

Watch this space for some examples of our fantastic work this term!

Meet the teacher

Meet the teacher

On behalf of the year two team, we would like to welcome you all back to school for the new term! We are so excited for the term ahead and cannot wait to get learning!

Just a reminder that tomorrow is our meet the teacher session starting at 2.30 – it would be great to see you there!

Many thanks,

Year two

Welcome Back

Welcome Back

On behalf of the year 3 team, I would like to welcome you all back to school for the final half term of the academic year.

I hope you all had a restful break and are ready for the busy half term ahead!

Mrs Edwards

Homework

Homework

We have had some amazing homework in from our Year 3 children! Here are some examples from Ari in Class 9 and Nikola in Class 10.

Are you ready for a ‘wow’ week?!

Are you ready for a ‘wow’ week?!

Good morning Year 4,

This week is set to be a very busy one indeed. Whether you are off on the residential or staying here with us as HPS, we have some exciting ‘wow’ activities planned.

Remember, if you are coming to Frankie and Benny’s, make sure the office is aware of any allergies or conditions we need to know about!

It’s going to be a fabulous week!

Mrs Edwards and the year 4 team

Special Visitor

Special Visitor

Yesterday, Year 4 had a very special visit from Mrs Laguna and her beautiful baby boy Julen. The children have been learning about how we change as we grow in PSHE lessons and had previously written some questions they would like to know. When Mrs Laguna was in, the children were able to ask their questions and get some real life answers. We had a fantastic morning and the children have found out lots of information about how to care for a baby.

Charity total!

Charity total!

Year 5 are pleased to announce that we have already raised over £1800 for Save the Children and our Playground Project. Please can any further sponsorship money be brought in by Friday 15th June.

Out of bounds

Out of bounds

Our quad area is out of bounds until tomorrow morning. So, year 4,5 & 6 parents: Your children will be led out by their teacher at the end of the day and will meet you on the playground, in the same place that they line up in the mornings.

Please don’t come to the classroom doors to collect children after school today – no children will be allowed out of those doors. Meet us on the playground!

Hinchingbrooke transitions

Hinchingbrooke transitions

A few bits of info for those children visiting Hinchingbrooke school for transition days this week:
 
Children should be in PE kit; the top should be in their new house colour. The day at Hinchingbrooke School on Tuesday will be 9.50am-2.30pm.
If you wish, children can come to HPS first on Tuesday morning, but must be escorted by a parent or make their own way to Hinchingbrooke School for 9.50am.
 
On Wednesday and Thursday the day at Hinchingbrooke School will be from 8.40am-3.30pm and children can wear their normal HPS uniform.
 
There will be no transport provided on any of the transition days.
Residential return

Residential return

The Year 6 residential coach is making good progress – we’re expecting them back on time, ready for you eager parents to collect! Please come to the school office at 3.20pm and your children will be sent out to meet you.

Children have to come in to the school to be counted – those parents that arrive at the same time as the coach, you will *not* be able to collect children directly from the coach. Please wait until your children have gone inside, then collect them from the school office.

We’re sure you’re looking forward to having them back! Thank you!

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