Hartlebury Church of England (Voluntary Controlled) Primary School

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School Games Gold Award

We are proud to announce that we have earned the GOLD Sports Award for a 4th successive year!! The award recognises our efforts to provide opportunities for children to take part in Extra Curricular Sports and Activities. The children become very engaged in Sport coaching, learning new skills, experiences and competitions. Thank you must go to Miss Branagh, Mrs Odell, Mr Cadwallader and all our wonderful sports personalities who are keen participants!! We are now working towards PLATINUM!! Watch this space!

Well Done Leah

Well Done to one of our super star children Leah who received this lovely letter from SMYTHS Toy’s Superstore. You should be very proud of yourself. You are a credit to your family and to our school.

Year 2 Polar Express Christmas Party

As a reward for the children’s hard work towards the nativity over the Christmas period, Year 2 enjoyed a Polar Express themed Christmas party in class. They were all invited to come in to school dressed in their pyjamas to ‘board’ the Polar Express, just like the boy in the film!

As you can see from the fabulous picture above, they all had a wonderful time on the Polar Express and thoroughly deserved their reward!

Well Done Year 2!

Holocaust Assembly

Two sixth form students from Stourport High School delivered a Holocaust assembly to our Year 6 children on Wednesday 30th January 2019. We received a lovely email from the Key Stage 5 Leader complementing our fabulous children. Please read this below..

Just want to drop a quick email to say a massive thank you for accommodating our students yesterday. The Year 5 and 6 students we saw were fantastic and a real credit to you.

Attached is a photo that Ian took, we are planning to use in our internal school newsletter sent out to all SAET parents/carers. We will be in touch again next year around organising another similar event.

Kind Regards

Jane Millington   Key Stage 5 Leader

SAET Trust Council Representatives

Poppy and Daniel R have been voted by our whole school to represent our school on the SAET Children’s Council. We are very proud of them and know that they will do a great job at representing our school in our Trust!

Well done to them!

Stan – Nominated for Education Award

Stan the Lollipop Man at Hartlebury Church of England Voluntary Controlled Primary School was a finalist for ‘The Unsung Hero’ award at this year’s Education Awards.

Well Done Stan. Everyone at Hartlebury are so proud of you and we thank you for Keeping our Children Safe on the roads!

Pyramid Oscars

Congratulations to all our 100% Attendance Winners for the Pyramid Awards

The Pyramid Oscars took place on Thursday 13th June 2019 at Worcester Cathedral. This is separate from our own internal awards and all children who won this award received an invitation by letter from Stourport High School. The Pyramid awards are for 100% attendance from May 16th 2018- May 15th 2019 and we took 13 children to this event. We had 1 child receive 300% attendance; a fabulous achievement!

 

 

 

SafetyMARK

Great News!

Our School has been recognized by The National Safety Certification Scheme for Schools, known as SafetyMARK, as having ‘excellent’ safety standards.

The SafetyMARK scheme aims to provide guidance for schools and to recognize and reward those schools that have gone the extra mile to create a safe environment for staff, pupils, visitors and contractors. After a rigorous independent audit process over the last two terms school has demonstrated that it has first class levels of safety management and compliance and has achieved the SafetyMARK award for excellence.

Justin Smith of SafetyMARK stated that our school, “has a really positive attitude with regard to health and safety and it is clear to see that safety is taken extremely seriously and that it is very well managed. The staff have established a robust health and safety system and culture that is amongst the best in the country and we are delighted to recognize that fact with this prestigious award”. WOW! We were impressed!! We are thrilled to be recognized with the SafetyMARK award and thank Mr Plant for all his support in getting us up to speed.

We take the safety of our staff and pupils extremely seriously and it’s wonderful to have this recognition for all of our efforts to make our school such a safe place to work and learn.

 

Silver School Games Mark

We have been awarded our Silver School Games Mark again for 2018/19!! Great news!! We have now been awarded this every year since 2012.

Thank you to Miss Branagh, who has led us towards this success!

Hartlebury Gardening Club

77th Annual Show – 7 September 2019  – Be inspired for next year’s 78th Show!

Another hot, sunny year which seems to have favoured flowers and vegetables, though some came early and had past their best by show day.  The warm, dry weather has continued into September prolonging some crops and fooling others into starting again. Entries were up again and the show was well attended so a big thank you for your support!

A very big Well Done to one of children Daisy, who won the Endeavour Cup for the Most points in Children’s Art. All winners can be viewed in the Parish Magazine with a special mention for our school that says…‘Thank you to the pupils and staff of Hartlebury Primary School for their colourful and very imaginative art display’.

The afternoon was well supported and there was a lovely atmosphere.

 

 

Music Mark School Member

A message from Severn Arts – We would firstly like to thank you for all the hard work you and your colleagues do to ensure that pupils at your school are able to access and engage with a high-quality music education. Your dedication to offering and delivering a broad and balanced curriculum is both welcomed and celebrated.

You have been nominated, and supported financially by Severn Arts. They have recognised the value that you place on music and requested that you become a Music Mark School Member.

Music Mark works to enable our members, and the wider music education sector, to deliver high-quality musical and social outcomes for all children and young people. Our thanks for all that you are doing and will continue to do to support our collective vision.