YST Young Activists Awards 2020 + AAA project

The YST Young Activists  Awards Ceremony took place on Tuesday 3rd November 2020. They celebrated shortlisted young people and winners who had taken part in the Girls Active Programme as well as a number of young activists who had been involved with the Youth Sport Trust and Youth Sport Trust International over the past year. They were recognising activists and influencers of change and highlighting the importance of physical activity, physical education and sport for all young people.

The celebration also included an award which was in recognition of the success of the Active Across Ages pilot project of which Hartington C of E Primary School was one of only two primary schools across the country invited to take part. Twelve awards were presented during the celebration event. Six Girls Active Awards and six Youth Sport Trust Awards.

Please click on the link below to access the awards ceremony. The AAA project, in which we took part, is approximately 10 minutes into the video. The staff and governing body of the school are immensely proud of the hard work and dedication the children demonstrated during the entirety of the project. They demonstrated their empathy of the Christian Value of Service and how it underpins their character and moral development. This has given them the opportunity to aspire to become the best person they can, whilst providing hope for the  community in which they live.

https://www.youthsporttrust.org/girls-active-yst-young-activists-awards-2020

 

NOTICEBOARD

2024

February
Mon 12th – Lent Afternoon in Church
Tues 13th – Pancake Day Lunch
Fri 16th – Break for Half Term
Mon 26th – Spring Term 2 begins
Tue 27th – Rachel Wilkes from Music Partnership delivering the music curriculum within the school on Tuesdays for 5 weeks. This includes the launch of the Interactive Music Scheme Charanga.

March
Fri 1st – MAST ~ “Jesus Calms the Storm”
Thur 7th – World Book Day – come to school dressed as your favorite book character.        Challenge – please could you take a photo of your child reading in an unusual place (they don’t have to be in their costume doing this), and send it into school?  

Tues 12th – MAST Hannah Wills ~Easter
Wed 13th – Parents Evening – further information will be provided for this. 
Fri 15th – Red Nose day – Dress in your own clothes with one item of red for a £1 donation per child please. 
Thur 21st – Schools Together – 11am at St Giles Church in Hartington with Biggin Primary School.
Mon 25th – Easter Service 09.30am – location in School unless otherwise advised.
Thu 28th – Break for Easter

April
Mon 15th – Summer Term 1 begins