The hall was full of singing this morning as we had our harvest assembly. Many thanks to parents, pupils and staff for all the generous donations of food.
Reception parents were invited into class today. They joined in with a range of craft and construction activities related to the theme of harvest.
Miss Kerrison and Mr Cross were asked to judge the scarecrow competition. Well done to Betty, the winning scarecrow from Miss Compton’s Class!
Thank you for all your food donations so far. There’s still time to make a donation before our Harvest assembly on Friday. The donations box can be found in the front entrance of the school.
All food is going to the Norwich foodbank UK
We’re delighted to announce that we’ve just been awarded gold status for our work on the All Together Programme. The Project works to reduce bullying and improve the well-being of pupils in school.
We’re continuing to develop the programme this year to ensure Queen’s Hill remains a happy environment for all, where bullying is not tolerated.
We are holding three taster sessions between now and the end of the academic year to allow you and your child the chance to see what our Nursery is like, ask questions and try some activities. You’ll also have the opportunity to look through some current ‘Learning Journey books’ which will give you a flavour of what you could expect your child to do and learn whilst with us, if they get a space at our Nursery.
You may have noticed our new information board located near our Fieldfare way entrance. On there you’ll find diary dates, copies of our latest newsletter and term dates for this academic year. There are lots of ways you can keep in touch with all that’s going on at Queen’s Hill Primary:
You can also find information about what’s going on in your child’s class through our online blogs. These can be found on the ‘Classes’ tab on our school website.
We captured this lovely photo of year 3 enjoying ERIC time (Everybody Reading in Class). ERIC time happens each day in class and helps to promote a love of reading.
26th September 2018
We had a busy morning in year 1 today as parents and carers were welcomed into the classroom. Children and adults took part in a range of fun, practical activities at our café to help develop reasoning skills both in school and at home.
You can keep up to date with all that’s happening in each year group through our online blogs. These can be found on the ‘Classes’ tab on our school website.
We had another amazing curriculum day on Friday 21st September. All children from Reception to Year 5 got to work on a range of activities inspired by European languages, and yes, the staff relished in the opportunity to dress up…again!
Curriculum Day: September 2018
Last Friday saw the launch of our first curriculum day for the new academic year.
All children from reception to year 5 participated in an exciting range of activities linked to this term’s topic, ‘All Aboard the Language Ship’.
Children designed their own pirate ships, sang and composed a sea shanty, created a treasure map and wrote a letter in a bottle.
A big thank you to all our staff and pupils for making the day such a success. The children loved seeing their adults dressed up in their best pirate attire!