On Friday 17th November, we took part in a day of fun, excitement and fundraising. We enjoyed attending school in non-uniform and of course our Pudsey attire! Our school cook Linda and our lovely kitchen staff treated us to Pudsey cookies, yum! We enjoyed taking part in lots of Pusey art activities. In total we raised an amazing £496.60 to support children across the UK. Well done everyone!
On Monday, as part of Anti-Bullying Week, we celebrated Odd Socks Day! We enjoyed designing our own pair of odd socks and discussed how important it is to celebrate being unique. Here are some of our winning entries 🙂
We all look fabulous in our pink and blue clothes today for the Together Forever Trust. A special charity close to our hearts.
Reception enjoyed taking part in the annual charity event ‘Children in Need’. We all entered school wearing non-uniform and donated money to help change the lives of children and young people all over the country. We discussed all of the reasons why we were raising money. Also, we took part in lots of fun Pudsey activities and had our own yummy Pudsey biscuit- it was so much fun!
We had so much fun raising money for Children in Need. We found out all about the charity behind Pudsey bear, came into school in our own clothes, loved our Pudsey biscuits and took part in lots of Pudsey activities.
We are all so proud of our lovely Ava in Y1A. Having made a wreath from a collection of our class poppies, Ava went along to South Shields Riverside to represent our school at the Remembrance service. She kindly sent in some photos; here she is pictured with her proud Dad George, representing the Navy. Thank you Ava and George!
Our new display boards in the Community Room have been populated with the work of our hardworking pupils.
In Year 3, we had so much fun celebrating Harton Primary School’s 10th birthday and raising money for Red Nose Day. We had a fun packed day including decorating our own biscuits, dancing along to music on the speakers, playing party games and most importantly completing the Harton Primary Kahoot Quiz. We thoroughly enjoyed our celebrations and we certainly will not forget this special birthday!
We’ve had an amazing day celebrating Harton Primary School’s 10th birthday, and raising money for Red Nose Day.
We’ve watched a video featuring special guests, decorated party bags and biscuits, danced to music piped through the tannoy throughout the day, enjoyed a massive whole school Harton Primary quiz created by Mr Forster, taken part in Red Nose Day activities, and had a party tea. We even had a cake to take home, courtesy of our Cook.
We all know how important mental health and wellbeing are, so a big thank you to the NEU Help a Child to Learn Foundation, and to Thompson and Morgan for their support. Their donations have enabled us to give a Wellbeing Bag, complete with a range of resources to support wellbeing, to all of our pupils.
There’s something for everyone inside. Welcome back!