Posts from: October 2020
We made it through 7 weeks of new systems of control and it is now time for a great big rest which everyone really does deserve.
In this world of restrictions, we need to find ways to treat ourselves and I hope that is what you will do over the half term break.
Whether you are a member of staff, a child or a parent please take time to recognise what you have achieved. I...
The lunchtime experience
It is no mean feat feeding hundreds of children every day and especially when you opt to seat children, serve 'family service style and keep children all safely in their class bubbles! Mrs Lee, our Deputy Head has put together a plan with military precision which enables 3 sittings in 2 dining halls, alongside packed lunches in class bubble bases to all happen...
A happy place to be
Last week was the first week when our new Reception children in Ashton 1,2 and 3 classes stayed in school all day, including having a school lunch. It has been wonderful to watch them arrive at school, all wide-eyed and ready to learn, laugh and love 😊. At the end of the school day it is equally as rewarding to see them meet their families with big smiles on their faces...
Globovision 2020- putting on a show
The coronavirus pandemic might have meant that we have had to re-think some of the activities we would normally do in school, but the teachers at HPS will always find a way to inspire and engage our children.
Faced with being unable to open the Sandhurst Restaurant to offer children a range of international cuisine with the intention of them writing...