I’ve got some that my mil gave me...she made curtains so it’s unused if that is of use to you?
Ski Trip Notice: Reminder that the final meeting for the February 2019 ski trip to Folgaria will take place in the school hall on Monday 21st January 5-6pm. Attendance is essential as departure forms need to be completed before we can hit the slopes. Many thanks ... See MoreSee Less
Chromebook Ordering Window Now Open! (Closes 8 Jan 2019) We are delighted that 91% of our Year 7 pupils and 96% of Year 8 pupils now have a Chromebook. We are really enjoying using these fantastic devices in lessons with our pupils. If any year 7 or year 8 parents would like to sign up to the 1to1 scheme, we have an ordering window open from Mon 17 Dec – Tue 08 Jan. Here are the details:
Visit: www.tech4learners.co.uk Username: Hart2018P3 Password: Welcome01 First Direct Debit: 25 Jan 2019, with devices dispatched to the school mid-February.
If you have any questions please e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org (year 7) or email@example.com (year 8). ... See MoreSee Less
UPDATE: Apologies for the fact that the images become pixellated when you zoom in. The majority of questions can be read. Facebook does not allow .pdf files to be uploaded.
Over the first half term, we have been really impressed with the commitment and dedication of many of our students towards maths. Students have attended masterclass help each week and many students have taken on board our advice with completing homework and additional Hegarty maths tasks.
Over the Christmas break, it is really important to continue to practise maths regularly. This can be through Hegarty, exam practise or revision workbooks.
Please find attached three documents with additional questions to complete over the christmas break. A few questions each day can really help build confidence in maths. Foundation students should use the Foundation and Crossover challenge and Higher should use the Crossover and Higher challenge. Students will be given a hard copy of these during lessons this week.
Masterclasses will continue to run on a Wednesday for Foundation and Higher on a Thursday in B31. We also offer additional intervention on a Wednesday after school or Thursday break 2 for all students. At home, students should be regularly using Hegarty maths and completing homework and additional tasks to improve in confidence in their mathematical skills.
Many Thanks for your continued support and we would like to wish you all a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year ... See MoreSee Less
Sorry but my kids will be enjoying some time with their family during Christmas. Apologies in advance. But this is my maths:- no holidays during term time = no homework during school holidays, pure family time making memories ☺🎅👨👩👦👦👵🧓💖💖
Don't apologise Kelly they want to try teaching the kids while in school if they can get them there in the first place all kids mone about the place carnt seem to keep teachers they need to get there act together bloody cheek of them
I can’t read these as too small?
Please see the following poster about our forthcoming Family Movie Night. ... See MoreSee Less
Below is the itinerary for the Y8 & Y9 French trip planned for June. As you can see it offers an interesting and fun-packed week. Just a reminder that deposits are due in next week. Students were provided with a letter outlining the details.
Day One: Travel by Coach and Ferry and settle into accommodation. Day Two: A morning language lesson in the morning then onto a local cheese producer. Afternoon summer sledging and BBQ in the evening. Rounders /softball/football tournament at the accommodation Day Three: A visit to a local market then a visit to the famous Bayeux Tapestry. Some historical visits in the afternoon and time for some shopping. A pizza evening where pupils must roll their own dough and ask for their toppings in French! Day Four: Visit to the theme park Asterix Park Paris Evening coach tour of Paris seeing some of the main sights. Day Five: Morning visit of Paris – Montmartre area. A visit to the Air and Space museum and shopping time in a hypermarket. Coach and ferry back to the UK. ... See MoreSee Less
Yesterday evening we officially launched our Christmas Tree at the opening ceremony of the St Augustine’s Christmas Tree Festival 2018. We decided on a ‘Recyclable’ and ‘Hart School Colours’ theme for our design, producing a tree that not only represents our school but also the student leadership’s ambition to protect the environment and promote a positive eco message from our school. We are using battery operated LED lights and have made all of our decorations from recyclable household waste and leftover school materials. If you would like to attend the Christmas tree festival it will be open to the public from today and Thursday, 12-noon-7pm and 10am-5pm Friday 14th and Saturday 15th December, at St Augustine’s Church, Rugeley. A big congratulations goes to the whole student council, who worked very hard both making decorations and decorating the tree over the past week, as well as Ella Jackson who also contributed lots of left over design materials for us to use. #CTF ... See MoreSee Less
Last Thursday a mixture of Y9/Y10 girls were involved in a 5 a side football tournament at Burton Albion FC. The girls played ever so well playing 6 games in total, winning 3 and losing 3 – finishing 2nd overall.
Cira just fits under the post!
Well done girls!
Millie Ellis lol nxt to Millie S
We are pleased to say that our Smart School Council have been specially selected to appear in the latest blogpost from the Official Smart School Council organisation, demonstrating good practice and use of ‘Class Meeting Questions’.
For this we submitted what our favourite class meeting question was and also how we have been utilizing the questions to analyse pupil views and opinions throughout the year groups.
The Student Council have teamed up with Save the Children to hold a Christmas Jumper Day on Friday 14th December.
Both staff and students will be allowed to swap their blazer for a Christmas jumper in exchange for a £1 or above donation to Save the Children. All other uniform will be as normal e.g. Shoes, trousers, shirt, tie.
It’s all about getting everyone together in their daftest woollies whilst saving children and changing futures. Your jumper could help bring essential food, healthcare, education, and protection to millions of children around the world who are missing out. A £1 donation could pay for the antibiotics to treat five children suffering from pneumonia, one of the biggest killers of children.
Yesterday, we held the Primary Christmas Quiz with 9 feeder primary schools in the school hall. The schools who fielded a team of six students from Year 6 were: Hob Hill Primary, Chancel; St Mary’s Colwich, St Joseph’s, Etching Hill, John Bamford, Churchfields, The Croft and Henry Chadwick. The teams were supported by both staff and parents from their schools. The atmosphere in the hall was fantastic and the winning team was Etching Hill, with Chancel and St Mary’s a very close 2nd and 3rd. We also had five students who helped set up the hall, including the sound for the music round, powerpoints and organising refreshments, collected in the answer sheets and also helped with scoring. Maddison Watkiss, Connie Madden, Will Jenkins, Ben Griffiths and Issy Gasser were a credit to the school. ... See MoreSee Less
Thank you to all those who came along or helped at our ‘Do It Together’ workshop on Saturday. We had a fantastic turnout with 48 children from Y4 or Y5 from 12 of our feeder schools, including Colwich and their parents. The children and their parents took part in one of the workshops on offer where they were given the opportunity to make one of the following: decorations, snow globes, bath bombs, Victorian wreaths or Christmas Cards (in French or Spanish!).
It was a fantastic morning, with a really lovely atmosphere, plenty of Christmas jumpers and the feedback from parents and children was lovely. ... See MoreSee Less
Could you possibly do this for the children who attend Hart with there parents? I did attend one of these days and it was amazing. Would be so nice to do activities with our children. Would build a great tie between parents children and the school
With only 12 (school) days until Christmas, we're launching a competition to see if students can keep their amazing attendance up for the next 3 weeks. Please see details below. ... See MoreSee Less
On Sunday, our students performed (Music and Dance) at Lichfield Christmas Fayre. All students involved were a credit to the school and produced brilliant performances. They performed in front of large crowds and showcased their talent with true professionalism! ... See MoreSee Less
I saw you guys. Was a great crowd you performed to - Well Done 🙌
Tonight, our Year 10 students had their first performance/dress rehearsal of ‘A Midsummer Night’s Dream’ in preparation for the CET Shakespeare project on Tuesday at Abbeyfield. We had a great turn out of parents and carers, and it was lovely to see so many students supporting their peers from all year groups.
The cast were absolutely exceptional and worked tirelessly today to ensure the production was top quality. The students will certainly represent our school to the highest standard.
Yet another flawless production from our incredible performing arts department! ... See MoreSee Less
A superb production by some very talented students, good luck next week. From a very proud Nan.
My son was in this on thursday i had text and email saying my son wasnt in school,he was he was in hall practicing.Please staff check before you send out text and email,i rang hart and they said after checking oh yes sorry he is in the hall.Had me worried for a bit because i knew he was in school somewhere
Second time this has happened,so staff please check emails from other staff before contacting parents about chiĺds attendanc.