Remote Learning for year 5 will start on Wednesday 6th January. Children will need to access their Google Classroom account with their school email and login. They then need to join the new ‘Year 5’ classroom. We will be going live on the ‘Year 5’ classroom at 10.15am. Please log on to the Google Meet video call prior to this time to ensure access to the live video. Work will be allocated, with instructions, on the ‘Year 5’ classroom from 9am. If you have any issues, please contact the Year 5 staff team email: email@example.com
We have some fabulous photos of some of our children reading a Christmas story for this month’s reading challenge.
Merry Christmas everyone!
Congratulations to our Readers of the Month for December.
Year 1- Connor Sloan, Lauren Calder and Molly Mews
Year 2- Alisha Dickinson, Eva Ames and Sophie Railton
Year 3- Elizabeth Emms, Abbey Nichols and Will Mcardle
Year 4- Joshua Wright, Georgie Lane and Faith Brown
Year 5- William Calcutt, Lilly-Rose Mitchell and Freya New
Year 6- Sydney Thompson, Jasmine Slater and Dylan Nichol
Keep up the hard work!
The children at Harton Primary School have been celebrating their positive attributes as part of a whole school art project. They drew a self-portrait and thought carefully about a positive word to describe themselves, there were some brilliant ideas and fantastic drawings.
The children were able to recognise their best qualities and the things that they like about themselves, helping them to reach their full potential. We were so impressed with how much they celebrate their own achievements and it was so lovely to see how proud of themselves they are.
Congratulations to our Readers of the Month for November.
Year 1- Abbie McCrindle, Mac Henderson and Erin Kelly
Year 2- Lilly Storey, Louis Cox and Ava Rylance
Year 3- Asmin Ivanov, Emily-Rose James and Jude Russell
Year 4- Roman Gray, Ella McCluskey and Erin Tait
Year 5- Jaiden Mackay, Rylan Harrison and Jack Riddle
Year 6- Pheobe Ofosu, Calem Mclean and Lexi Lowe
Keep up the hard work!
Well done to the children who participated in November’s Reading Challenge.
Children in EYFS made a den to share a book in.
Children in Key Stage 1 read under the covers with a torch.
Children in Key Stage 2 read to a sibling or someone who lives in their house.
As part of our Black History Week, pupils discussed equality and diversity for all. Show Racism the Red Card is a charity that we support as they do fabulous work promoting fairness and equality.
Miss Johnson’s Class wrote some positive statements onto red and green cards to create a thought provoking display which reminds us all why anti-bullying work is so important.
Over the last few weeks, the children have been finding out about Remembrance Day. They have been learning about why Remembrance Day is important and why it is commemorated. Each child made their own poppy. The poppies were displayed on the classroom window. Here are some photo of our lovely displays.
Our children are amazing!
Times Tables Rockstars Rock Out 2020 results…
Our school is the 18th highest scoring school, out of 3,887 schools!
Y6F is the 37th highest scoring class, out of 31,039 classes!
Conner Y5B is the 87th highest scoring pupil, out of 433,924 pupils!
We are so immensely proud of everyone!