We were delighted today to present these three pupils with very prestigious ‘Word Millionaire’ trophies in assembly. Amie, Evie and Ashlee have been such enthusiastic and dedicated readers, both in and out of school that they have read over one million words through our Accelerated Reader program. We are very proud of them and hope to be awarding more Word Millionaires soon.
The children had a brilliant day on World Book Day – they let their imaginations run wild and we had some brilliant fictional characters walking around our school.
Her are some of our favourite photographs.
Y3E enjoyed themselves!
Y5F – Mr Forster’s class (he’s the one with the long white beard!) – looks a bit like Billy Connolly?
Mrs Robson’s’s class – can you identify some of the characters?
Miss Hamilton and Mrs Langley’s class had their photo taken together.
And Y3W joined in the fun too…
Even the staff joined in!
Due to weather conditions, Harton Primary School will remain closed on Friday, 2nd March.
As there has been no improvement to the weather and icy conditions are forecast overnight, Harton Primary School will remain closed on Thursday 1st March.
World Book Day will be rescheduled for a future date.
Unfortunately, due to the adverse weather conditions, school is closed today.
Please check the website later today or early tomorrow morning for further updates.
Harton Primary School are, once again, promoting an exciting, nationwide competition for children aged 5-13 years called the 500 Words Competition.
The competition is run by the BBC, inviting children to write a FICTIONAL story of up to 500 words. It must be their own work and may not include work from other known stories. It can include real life characters (such as the Queen, Wayne Rooney or Guy Fawkes, for example) or characters they have created, but the events must be imagined. It can take place in historical eras such as the Stone Age or during the Fire of London, the present day or the future. All stories must be submitted in English.
The children will need to write their story at home and bring in a digital version from the computer on a memory stick (which we will return), in a named envelope with the permission slip below. We will then submit the entries on line on their behalf. Please mark the envelope with ‘500 Words Story Competition’.
There is a lot more information and inspiration online at
http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/p00rfvk1 (including details of fantastic prizes)
We request that entries are brought in to school by Monday 19th February. Please contact Miss Errington if there are any queries. Or, if you prefer, you can submit your child’s entry at home via the BBC Radio 2 500 Words website by Thursday 22nd February. Happy writing!
Year 3 have been working closely with our cook, Mrs Seales. Every Thursday evening, some of the children attend Cookery Club where they have been learning to make a range of delicious dishes. This week, the children made their own pizzas. They enjoyed taking them home to share with their families.