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Sounds delicious

Today our Year 7's completed their bikeability level 3, as well as their bike repair awards.

Thank you to Bikeability for coming down.
bikeability.org.uk/
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Today our Year 7s completed their bikeability level 3, as well as their bike repair awards.

Thank you to Bikeability for coming down.
https://bikeability.org.uk/

Sixth form students from the Hart School took part in Engineering week at Staffordshire University. They took part in a range of activities and learnt that engineers require good communication, team work and the ability to keep it simple. A very enjoyable day! ... See MoreSee Less

3 days ago

Community maths session 2 will be taking place Thursday 14th November. We will be looking at percentage problems. We will meet you all in the main reception at 4pm. ... See MoreSee Less

3 days ago

Year 9 parents:
The consent forms for the World Skills UK need to be handed in as soon a possible.
Many thanks
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7 days ago

Year 9 parents:
The consent forms for the World Skills UK need to be handed in as soon a possible.
Many thanks

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Demi Ridley 😁

A huge thank you to the parents and staff who volunteered at the Halloween disco. It was a huge success with well over 100 students. The young behaved impeccably and were a credit to their school and parents. ... See MoreSee Less

3 weeks ago

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My daughter Lacee had a fantastic time said she really enjoyed it so Thank You to everyone who made the night special for them ☺️

Codsall Prove Too Strong For Brave Hart

The Y10 boys rugby team traveled to Wolverhampton RUFC to face Codsall in the first round of the County Cup. Although containing a number of in-experienced players, the lads were determined to enjoy their experience. The game started brightly for the home team (who had a number of players who played together for their club outside of school). They had soon scored a few tries and were proving difficult to defend against. However, the lads maintained their commitment and team ethic and continued to work hard. Ethan led the way with a big tackle on their ‘star’ player who then had to leave the field injured. Captain, Archie and Vice-Captain, Will combined well to try and get some forward momentum for the away team. Kai and Vinny were also proving to be elusive when trying to use their pace to break through the opposition defence. Unfortunately, Codsall were just too strong and ran out worthy victors.

The players should be proud of their work ethic, commitment and conduct during the match.
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Codsall Prove Too Strong For Brave Hart

The Y10 boys rugby team traveled to Wolverhampton RUFC to face Codsall in the first round of the County Cup. Although containing a number of in-experienced players, the lads were determined to enjoy their experience. The game started brightly for the home team (who had a number of players who played together for their club outside of school). They had soon scored a few tries and were proving difficult to defend against. However, the lads maintained their commitment and team ethic and continued to work hard. Ethan led the way with a big tackle on their ‘star’ player who then had to leave the field injured. Captain, Archie and Vice-Captain, Will combined well to try and get some forward momentum for the away team. Kai and Vinny were also proving to be elusive when trying to use their pace to break through the opposition defence. Unfortunately, Codsall were just too strong and ran out worthy victors.

The players should be proud of their work ethic, commitment and conduct during the match.

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3 weeks ago

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Very nice but a shame there's never enough hot food available.

Demi Ridley and you said there was nothing to eat?? 🤔

Year 11 Maths students

During the half term break, it is important that you continue to practise maths regularly. All students have been given a grid with topics they struggled on from the most recent PPE with Hegarty tasks associated with them. Students can also make use the the attached half term challenge.

Well done Year 11 for your hard work during this first half term.
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Year 11 Maths students

During the half term break, it is important that you continue to practise maths regularly. All students have been given a grid with topics they struggled on from the most recent PPE with Hegarty tasks associated with them. Students can also make use the the attached half term challenge.

Well done Year 11 for your hard work during this first half term.Image attachmentImage attachment

Given the current focus on the environment, The Hart School are proud to say that the new branded ‘The Hart School’ skirt is manufactured in an Eco-friendly way from recycled bottles.
Please see the flyer below for more information.
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4 weeks ago

Given the current focus on the environment, The Hart School are proud to say that the new branded ‘The Hart School’ skirt is manufactured in an Eco-friendly way from recycled bottles. 
Please see the flyer below for more information.

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It is a good thing to be proud of the environment. I wish that some of the parents could switch off their engines whilst waiting to collect their children! Some parents are sat for up to 20 minutes with the engine running.

Instead on concentrating on uniform how about deal with ur schools main problem (bullying)

DUKE OF EDINBURGH AWARD

We are holding an information evening on Wednesday 13th November. The talk will begin at 17:30 in the hall and is predicted to finish at 18:45. There will be a possibility for parents to sign their children up on the night, as well as ask any questions.

We will be able to accommodate all levels of the award, and the evening will be open to those in Year 9, 10 and 12.
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4 weeks ago

DUKE OF EDINBURGH AWARD

We are holding an information evening on Wednesday 13th November. The talk will begin at 17:30 in the hall and is predicted to finish at 18:45. There will be a possibility for parents to sign their children up on the night, as well as ask any questions.

We will be able to accommodate all levels of the award, and the evening will be open to those in Year 9, 10 and 12.

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Is this for all levels ?

What age is this please

Michelle for Cameron x

Y7 Shugborough Visit

The annual Y7 Shugborough Visit took place on Tuesday 15th and Wednesday 16th October. Over 200 students (94 girls on the Tuesday and 125 boys on the Wednesday) attended across the two days. The girls participated in a number of activities such as; BMX, Rock Climbing, Team Challenge, Blindfold Challenge, Archery and the Nail Trail. The boys participated in a number of activities such as ; Archery, Nail Trail, Caving, Rock Climbing, Blindfold Trail, BMX, Team Challenge and Tower Climbing. All the activities presented different challenges to the students but they performed admirably in each one they attempted. The students were organised into groups so that they would be working with other students who they may not normally socialise with. This was purposefully done so that the students could experience how to work as part of a team and how to interact with others.

The BMX track had a number of ramps and tight corners that really tested the balance and co-ordination of the students. A number of students conquered their fears and scaled the quarry rock face during the climbing. The Blindfold Trail was very amusing to watch and there were some very creative problem solving techniques being used in the Team Challenge activity. A number of the students had a natural talent for the archery (not sure if this is concerning or not) and work definitely needs to be done in teaching the students how to use a walky-talky (used in the Nail Trail).

The two days were highly engaging, challenging and enjoyable and the students who attended should be very proud of their achievements and the manner in which they conducted themselves.

Many Thanks
PE Department
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4 weeks ago

Reminder:
Tomorrow night is Year 11 Parents Evening.

Appointments can be made by logging on to ParentMail.

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4 weeks ago

PARENTMAIL

Make sure you've signed up to ParentMail to receive the latest information on Parents Evenings, Payments, Events and more.
The easiest way to do this is to download the ParentMail app to your mobile device by checking one of the links below.

Website: www.parentmail.co.uk/

Google Play Store: play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=uk.co.parentmail.parentmail&gl=GB

Apple Store: apps.apple.com/gb/app/parentmail-pmx/id937274547
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4 weeks ago

PARENTMAIL

Make sure youve signed up to ParentMail to receive the latest information on Parents Evenings, Payments, Events and more. 
The easiest way to do this is to download the ParentMail app to your mobile device by checking one of the links below.

Website: https://www.parentmail.co.uk/

Google Play Store: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=uk.co.parentmail.parentmail&gl=GB

Apple Store: https://apps.apple.com/gb/app/parentmail-pmx/id937274547

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Sarah Whetton

The Hart School will be holding a Christmas Fayre on 9th Novemeber. If you are interested in having a table or simply attending to pick up some goodies ready for Christmas, please see the flyer below.
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4 weeks ago

The Hart School will be holding a Christmas Fayre on 9th Novemeber. If you are interested in having a table or simply attending to pick up some goodies ready for Christmas, please see the flyer below.
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Can you tell me if there are any tables available please xx

Who do o need to contact to book a table?

Where is Hart school please

Christine Goodwin Pam Perrin have you seen this ladies xx

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Katie Hill well do it on Monday😉😂x

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Rachael Docker for Mini D?

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Heather Tedeschi 🤔 x

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REMINDER TOMORROW NIGHT:
Year 10 & 11 can be a challenging time. If you have a child in either of these years, why not come along to our Success Evening on Wednesday 6th November.
Members of staff will be talking through ideas and strategies that can help support your child as they tackle their GCSEs.
For more information, please see the flyer below.
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1 month ago

REMINDER TOMORROW NIGHT:
Year 10 & 11 can be a challenging time. If you have a child in either of these years, why not come along to our Success Evening on Wednesday 6th November.
Members of staff will be talking through ideas and strategies that can help support your child as they tackle their GCSEs.
For more information, please see the flyer below.

The use of Hegartymaths

Your child will receive weekly homework from maths through Hegartymaths.

Hegartymaths is a powerful resource for supporting students independent study with maths and provides them with the additional support when completing homework.

To support your child at home with maths please refer to the attached powerpoint and checklist, which details how Hegartymaths can successfully be used at home to build mathematical confidence.

Login details are the students name and date of birth, followed by a password they create. If they forget their password they can simply request to reset a new one.

We would like to thank you for your continued support,

Miss Green
Director of Faculty- Maths
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1 month ago

The use of Hegartymaths 

Your child will receive weekly homework from maths through Hegartymaths. 

Hegartymaths is a powerful resource for supporting students independent study with maths and provides them with the additional support when completing homework. 

To support your child at home with maths please refer to the attached powerpoint and checklist, which details how Hegartymaths can successfully be used at home to build mathematical confidence. 

Login details are the students name and date of birth, followed by a password they create. If they forget their password they can simply request to reset a new one. 

We would like to thank you for your continued support, 

Miss Green 
Director of Faculty- Maths

Please see below for information about the forthcoming Y7 and Y8 Halloween Disco. ... See MoreSee Less

1 month ago

Please see below for information about the forthcoming Y7 and Y8 Halloween Disco.

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Amber Louise ok but why didnt we get this

Connie Murphy

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