Please visit our VE Day pages for activities and lessons
for Thursday 7th May, in preparation for the VE Day 75th
anniversary celebrations on Friday 8th May 2020.
Please also visit individual class pages for further activities.
A book for children
Thoughts for the Week during Remote Learning:
Thoughts for the week (22.5.20)
I hope by now you will all have had the opportunity to read and digest the letter sent out yesterday about partial school reopening from 2nd June.
Everything has been written with the aim of helping you come to your own decisions about the next steps in your child/ren’s education if they are in a group returning to school. As you will see, the risk assessment is comprehensive, bespoke for our two schools and continues our commitment not to put lives at risk.
I thank those of you who have been asked to complete a questionnaire this week and for completing key worker forms. Now you are making your own decisions about what is best for your family. Whatever you decide we will respect and understand your decision.
The new way of working in our schools will initially be alien for us all. The measures we need to put in place seem such a long way off our previous way of working with you and the children; they will take time to adjust to and understand.
I do want to stress to everyone, especially the children, that we are ‘the same’, the teachers and all the support staff are looking forward to seeing you all, and our schools continue to focus on core Christian values - love, respect, wisdom, courage and honesty. Even though the way the schools operate will be different there is continuity and strength.
As you are aware, next week we will all be taking a break from teaching and learning- you included- for half term. There will be no remote learning for the children, but there will be plenty to look forward to after half term, with new learning and school reopening for some.
I hope you all keep well over the next week and look forward to seeing some of you from June 2nd.
Again, many of the children are sharing their work with us and impressing us.
This week’s Star of the Week are:
Logan - For excellent perseverance with all home learning activities and super work on sharing. Grace - For continuing to impress us with her great home learning and super counting.
Ivy - For trying hard with all home learning activities as well as wonderful creative work.
Ellis - for working very hard to improve his maths and spellings
Jemima - for positively responding to editing suggestions
Amelia - for positively responding to editing suggestions
Kiera - for working diligently and consistently every day
Callie for never giving up in her learning.
Isla for resilience and pushing herself to improve her writing.
Eva for her positive forum communication on reading
Ralphie for his continued enthusiasm towards all areas of remote learning
Emily D for her continued enthusiasm towards all areas of remote learning
Ted for winning the "keepy uppy" fun football challenge.
Jasmin, Emily and Harriet P for entering and placing in all 5 funky challenges.
Eddie for extending his thinking and responses in all his work.
Lily-Grace, for her effort and progress in maths.
Daisy, for excellent renewed effort and progress this week in all areas.
See how many house-points you are earning on DB Primary. Congratulations!
I hope you all have a good week,
Take care and keep safe everyone.
Mrs Strickland's Thoughts for the week (during Remote Learning)
Letter to parents
Letter from the Governors
OFSTED Inspection July 2019 - Little Hallingbury is GOOD school with OUTSTANDING Early Years Provision
We are very proud of our school and hope that you will find the information contained on our website helpful and informative.
If you have a question that you would like to discuss with the school’s staff then please do not hesitate to contact the school via email or by phone and we will be happy to answer your questions. Please follow the links on the contact page.
Little Hallingbury School seeks to serve its community by ensuring excellent education in a Christian setting.
Our School is a stimulating learning environment that prepares pupils for living and being an active member of their community. We aim to provide a varied and exciting curriculum, enabling pupils to achieve their high standards in academic, creative and sporting achievement both as members of a community and as individuals. The school provides pupils and staff with many opportunities to explore the significance of Christian faith and values to their own lives and the issues facing people locally, nationally and globally. The school is committed to ensuring that the learning, social, and personal needs of all its students are met by its curriculum and extra-curricular activities.
'The Reading Project'
Thank you to all of you who were able to come to the 'Reading Project' information morning on 15th October. As promised, I have uploaded the two power point presentations used this morning to our website. I hope you will find the information on these slides interesting, useful and something you can signpost to others.