Judith Flower

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Lea Green 2019

Our annual trip to Lea Green on 18/19th July got off to a great start as the sun was shinning as we sped on our merry way to Lea. The children and staff were all so excited and couldn’t wait to take on the challenges that lay ahead! Unfortunately the weather broke on the second …

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Bright Futures

On Tuesday 16th July the children participated in the programming and building of robots. This enrichment activity was designed to support the children working collaboratively in team building exercises to solve problems the facilitator from Bright Futures presented them with.  The children had a great time and said what a supper way it was to …

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May Pole in July!

The final Community Lunch for the school year was held on Friday 12th July. This was preceded by Collective Worship at St Giles Church with a theme of ‘Endings’. The Worship was thoroughly enjoyed by all the congregation despite it being the final Church Worship for the year six pupils.  Following the lunch cooked by …

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Moving on

The year 6 pupils received their SAT’s results and were both delighted with the outcome. A small celebration was undertaken by the entire school who wholeheartedly commended their performance. This was followed by a ‘Memories Assembly’ where members of the year six families were invited to listen to the pupil and staff’s memories of them. …

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Cheerfest

Biggin and Hartington KS2 children joined together in Biggin Village Hall on Monday June 17th for a session of “Cheerfest” delivered by Megan Hambly a dance teacher from QEGS. The brightly coloured Tinsel Pom-Poms were distributed , the children standing in rows were eagerly anticipating the start of the session. The sequence of movements were …

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AAA – ‘Silver Sports’

Back in my day! – Hartington School is one of ten schools nationally taking part in a unique intergenerational sport project.  We have been chosen to participate in the pilot Youth Sports Trust (YST) ‘Active Across Ages (AAA),’ Project. School pupils in Hartington are joining forces with elderly local residents to help boost physical, mental and …

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Archdeacon & Bishop visits

On Friday 24th May we were delighted to welcome Archdeacon Carol from Chesterfield  to our Celebration Worship, Maypole demonstration, Community Lunch and launch of the AAA project.  The service in St Giles Church, led by the children, was delivered to a “full house”- the culmination a blessing and prayer by Archdeacon Carol. Following the worship …

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