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Welcome to the HPS blog! Class blogs can be accessed by selecting the appropriate class from the buttons above. Please note that we also have reading, music, sport and school journey blogs (to name a few!). The class blogs are a great source of information, help and inspiration, as well as being a chance for the children to display their learning. Please take a moment to comment on a blog; the children welcome your feedback!

Below you will find some of the current whole school initiatives, and to the right of the page is our Twitter feed. We hope that you enjoy this ‘window’ into the school – thank you for visiting.

 

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Behaviour Management Update

We have amended the way in which behaviour slips will be communicated in response to feedback. Please see below:

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Ofsted

Dear Parents/Carers
As you are aware the school was inspected by Ofsted on 7th February 2017. The school was inspected for one day to see if Hayes Park continues to be a good school.
We are delighted to share with you the news that Hayes Park continues to be a good school.
As you will see from the report the Inspectors noted many positive features about the school and it shows we have a huge amount to celebrate.
These are just a few of the good aspects of the school:
• A culture of safeguarding is well established
• Excellent pupil conduct both in the playground and in classrooms
• The school’s ethos strongly promotes pupils’ personal development, positive attitudes and disciplined behaviour.
• Pupils currently at the school continue to make strong progress in reading, writing and mathematics.
• Leaders including Governors have a firm understanding of the schools key strengths and areas for improvement.
These are just a few of the positive statements in the full report. The report is available on our website www.hayesparkschool.co.uk or click HERE.
It is lovely to have positive affirmation of all the hard work of the staff, governors and especially the children. We are very proud of the achievements of our children and are very pleased that they have been recognised.
As a school we would also like to take this opportunity to thank parents/carers for the support that you give us and hope that you will continue to support us as we strive to move forward.

Yours sincerely

Mrs D.Barlow
Headteacher

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500 Words 2017

Please use the link and video below to find out all about this year’s 500 Words Competition. We want as many children from Hayes Park School to enter as possible. You can either complete the form yourself, or let us have an electronic copy and we will do it for you! The deadline is Thursday 23rd February.

http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/p00rfvk1

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Christmas Cheer!

We have really enjoyed celebrating the festive period at school and have enjoyed a wide variety of carols, nativities and crafts. As it is 200 years since the classic carol ‘Silent Night’ was written, KS2 sang the first verse in German – with great success (see below!). Many Thanks for joining with us to celebrate with your children and for all your support this term.
Merry Christmas!

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Fundraising Appeal

Update:  

Thank you parents/carers for your donations; we managed to raise over £600 for Balinder’s Memorial Fund (http://www.c-r-y.org.uk/memorial-funds/balinder-mann/).   The Mann family are extremely grateful for your generosity.  They would like to echo the message on the CRY website and urge you to take advantage of the charity’s free screening programme for people aged between 14 and 35.

Please take a moment to visit their website for more information:

Cardiac Screening

 

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This year we will be holding a non-uniform day on November 25th in memory of a former pupil of Hayes Park School, Balinder Mann.  All the money raised from this day will be donated to a charity close to our hearts, CRY (Cardiac Risk in the Young).  This charity has been working to reduce the frequency of young sudden cardiac death and supports diagnosed young people and their families. Please visit their website to read more about their outstanding work.

This fundraising event will replace our usual Children In Need collection for this year.

Thank you in advance for your generosity.

 

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