If you wish to place an order, you will need to fill out the order form and pay for your cards/mugs/gift tags via Parent Pay – latest deadline for this is Friday 30th November to have your order delivered in time.
Order forms will be given to your child in tutor time this week. Prices are as follows: £5 per pack of 12 cards extras £1.50 per sheet of Gift Tags £5 per mug £2.50 per coaster
Proceeds will go to school funds and the school council will decide with the votes from students where best to spend the money. ... See MoreSee Less
Testimonials, Christmas Cards For Schools, Fundraising products, Free Artwork Kit, school fundraising, Fundraising for Schools through Christmas Cards. Professionally printed Christmas Cards from children's drawings raising funds for the school.
In October, a group of students studying Art visited Paris to support their work. The students had an amazing experience and visited some of the most famous landmarks the city has to offer:
The Eiffel Tower, Champs Elysees, Napoleon's tomb, the space museum, Les Invalides, The Louvre, Les Orangerie, the World Qar 1 battlefield at Vimy Ridge, Sacré Coeur, Place Du Tertre, Montparnasse tower and Rodins art gallery were all on their sightseeing list.
An incroyable time and learning experience was had by all.
The pictures show some of the amazing photography skills the group possesses. ... See MoreSee Less
Yesterday Miss Hackett & Miss Dix took a group of Y10 students to an NHS careers event at Staffordshire County Showground. The students discussed career pathways available within the NHS and learned of the different skills required for each role. Career information was available for: paramedics, podiatry, midwifery, theatre nursing, dental practitioners, the army, financial roles , community nurses and optometry. They now understand the different ways in which to apply for these posts. The students benefited from this event and are now aware of whatthey need to achieve in their lessons to reach their goal. ... See MoreSee Less
The Hart School had the great honour of attending Remembrance Sunday at Rugeley’s cenotaph yesterday, marking 100 years since the end of the First World War. The pupils who volunteered to represent our school made us all extremely proud. Not only through their impeccable behaviour and professionalism, but the way in which they read out the names of those who had fallen during the laying of the wreaths. It was done with great sincerity and was truly a humbling tribute. Members of the public and the Royal British Legion complimented our pupils for their very important part in marking this event and the exemplary way in which they conducted themselves. ... See MoreSee Less