At our next Life and Soul day on 30th November, year 9's are raising money for the wonderful Katharine House Hospice, after taking part in an assembly by David Middleton from the charity, and they will be coming up with lots of exciting ways to fundraise! ... See MoreSee Less
The Y10 netball team took on Cannock Chase High last night. After a shaky start the students grew in confidence and battled through to win the game 6-4. The girls taking part in the match were a credit to the school.
Megan Emery- 'girl of the game' Sandra Acheampong Chloe Allen Ella Johnson Charlotte Cowan Shannon Taylor Fran Wood Natalie Stockin
Save the Children Christmas Jumper Day - Friday 15th December
We will be taking part in the annual Christmas Jumper Day on Friday 15th December. Students may come to school in Non-Uniform, but must have a Christmas Jumper. £1 will be collected for Save the Chidren.
Year 9 student Issy Gasser is demonstrating the ultimate act of kindness by having her lovely long locks cut off for the wonderful 'Little Princess Trust' charity.
The charity, which was set up in memory of Hannah Tarplee, who lost her battle with cancer in 2005, provides, free of charge, the best real hair wigs available for both boys and girls who have lost their hair as a result of cancer treatments.
Issy will be having her hair cut on Friday 22nd December, at the WS15 hair salon in Etching Hill.
✨✨Competition Time - Share this post and like your favourite entry to be in with a chance of winning a delicious three course meal for 2 in our AA Rosette Awarded Riverbank Restaurant 😍✨✨
Over the last two weeks, students from Chase Terrace Technology College, The Hart School, Cardinal Griffin Catholic College, Alleyne's Academy and King Edward VI High School Stafford have been taking part in our 'Good Food Show' taster days.
Students were tasked to create a number of dishes throughout the tasters, with the best dishes from each school now entered into our competition. This is where YOU come in. The group of students with the most likes on their photo will win themselves a hamper of goodies and you will also be in with a shot of getting that meal for 2 in the Riverbank Restaurant.
Rules are simple:
➡️ The group of students with the most likes will win themselves a hamper full of exciting goodies
➡️ One person, selected at random who has both liked a photo and shared this post will win themselves a three course meal for 2 in our AA Rosette Awarded Riverbank Restaurant
Presentation of last academic years GCSE certificates to our past Year 11 Students. Please confirm your attendance by telephoning Reception on 01889 571680, or emailing email@example.com, and stating whch evening you wish to attend.
Year 11 Certificate Presentation Evenings (For PAST Y11)November 27, 2017, 5:15pmUpper School - The Hart SchoolPresentation of last academic years GCSE certificates to our past Year 11 Students. Please confirm your attendance by telephoning Reception on 01889 571680, or emailing firstname.lastname@example.org, and stating whch evening you wish to attend.... See MoreSee Less
Children in Need - Friday 17th November
On Friday we will be participating in the Annual Children In Need Fundraising activities and inviting our Staff and Students to come to school dressed as their personal Heroes!
This could be a regular Superhero, a member of the emergency sevices, a member of your family, a sporting hero, we'll leave it to your imagination!
A donation of £1 will be collected on Friday.
Winners of this term’s prize draw for students in Year 7 who have scored 80% or over in an AR quiz this term so far:
Luke Hodges - £10 Amazon voucher bookmark (reading Skullduggery Pleasant) Ryan Lane & Eve Mackie – prize from Mrs Adams’ extra special lucky dip box (for Captain Underpants and Anne of Green Gables respectively). ... See MoreSee Less
We are living in a fast paced, exciting, digital world, where children can access information instantly, which can have a positive impact upon their learning and open up a whole new world of possibilities to them.
But with this access also comes the darker side of the internet, and with the digital world changing all the time, how can we make sure that our children are staying safe online? The guidelines for age appropriate use of social media vary for each application, however one universal guideline is that children under the age of 13 should only have access with full parent supervision.
We know that this is a minefield for parents and children alike, and we would like to share the following guidelines from Vodafone, which are considered to be balanced and helpful in the fast paced world of media.
If you have any concerns yourself, or would like some advice from us, as always, please do get in touch. ... See MoreSee Less
The Year 11 Football Team played their last ever competitive game for the Hart School when they travelled to Cardinal Griffin. Unfortunately, due to a number of late cry-offs, they only had 10 players. However, this did not stop them putting in a superb first half performance and they were unlucky not to be in the lead at the break.
The second half started in much the same fashion until the deadlock was broken by the away team. Another couple of chances fell to the Y11 boys but they could not be converted. Griffin then scored a second and quickly followed this up with two more goals as the Hart School looked to push to get something out of the game.
Unlucky lads, well played.
Cardinal Griffin 4 – 0 Hart School
Team: Aaron Pryor 2. Sadualan Sriharan 3. Jake Newbould 4. Lewis Parker 5. Joe Clews 6. Ben Connors 7. Ben Elcock 8. Todd Pryor 9. Charlie Greensill 10. Oliver Rimmer ... See MoreSee Less
We had a terrifyingly good night last week when out Performing Arts students presented ‘Horror Strikes the Hart’. The performance was a celebration of the work that students have been doing in extra-curricular and options lessons, involving students from years seven to thirteen. A promenade performance, the audience were led around the site, from reception, to the gym, and through Anson block, ending up in the canteen for refreshments. Audiences experienced mysterious music, daunting dance and some ridiculously spooky drama! The students have learned about different staging opportunities and how to create an atmosphere. They really did us proud! ... See MoreSee Less
The first half term at the Hart School Tennis Club has gone down very successfully. The new year 7’s along with their new year 8 counterparts have come together to make a very enthusiastic and committed group of around 15-20 tennis players. They have been learning the basics of the forehand, backhand, volley and serve and have all been developing these nicely over the past few weeks, along with the more experienced players taking on more match play and overhead serving.
They are now the proud owners of their own Membership card which doubles up as a skills tracker. They already have a number of skills ticked off already, so if you have time, please ask to see them and congratulate all of them on their progress and their commitment to the Tennis Club . These players who deserve this credit are as follows (Some taking the ‘formal tennis whites’ clothing recommendation a bit too seriously than others in the picture below); Jack Sawyer, Micheal Parker, Abbie Mills, Adam BevanWebster, William Granger-Redfern, John Mcgee, Devan Marshall, Zsofia Koller, Bradley Davidson, Daniel Lovell, Evan Ward, Daniel Koller, Afie Morton, Ashley Bishop, Nathan Mills, Lewis Durant, Hannah Richardson, Abbie Larner.
We are relocating our Tennis Lessons (Friday 3:15-4:15pm) to Rugeley Leisure Centre over the winter/dark nights as usual until the weather improves. If anyone wants any more information regarding joining the Tennis Club, please go and see Mr Brindley in B25. ... See MoreSee Less