Once again our trekkers are back in contact! We’re delighted to hear from them, and hear about their wonderful experiences! Leaving camp Beng Pae this morning. Enjoy the luxurious facilities! ... See MoreSee Less
Sam said they were fantastic! Such a great opportunity for our kids! 👍
Maria Trivella-nesbitt xx
Delighted to hear from our intrepid trekkers who have finished their 10 day jungle trek and are back on civilisation! Some great pictures from their visits to the temples and Angkor Wat ... See MoreSee Less
Earlier this week we were tagged in a post regarding Sixth Form immunisations for the Meningitis ACWY vaccination. Incase any of you have any concerns, we wanted to share with you the conversation and information that we have received from our representative at the NHS School Age Immunisation Team.
The team have confirmed that we work closely together and all of the Hart School students in our care receive their immunisations at the appropriate age. Please see the link below:
The Meningitis ACWY vaccination referred to in the Facebook post is an improved vaccination on the Meningitis C. The Immunisation Team have implemented catch-up programmes on older children who have not received the Men C vaccination.
The Immunisation Team do not come into our Hart School 6th Form because our programme at 11-16 is robust and effective.
The Immunisation Team advise that any 6th Form students who may have concerns should consult their GPs for advice on all medical issues. Thank You ... See MoreSee Less
Our Cambodia Trekkers have had a nice chilled day today. They have been to the floating village this morning, and had a close up with the crocodiles! They then visited an artisan workshop this afternoon with a dip in the pool before heading out for dinner, which consisted of a fantastic all you can eat buffet at a 5* hotel!
Don’t make yourself at home, things are set to change in the morning! Tomorrow they head out to camp in the morning and their jungle trek is tagged on at the end of this part of their adventure. They will be out of communication for the duration of this time which is approximately 10 days until they return to Siem Reap.
Everyone is well and looking forward to the less finer things in life after 5* treatment over the past couple of days!
This is absolutely ludicrous!! Why has what a child's got on their feet got anything to do with how they learn, surely as long as they are black and smart that's all that counts, this happens every year with the school,you start sending kids home left right and centre!! Come on hart school
Give your head a wobble!!
Not a bad guidance sheet. It's tough but the do have to get used to wearing appropriate clothes it's all about presenting correctly at the right time
Some of our students are spending the afternoon in Keswick collecting data today, the rest of the group are collecting water data from a local farm. Having a great time, enjoying being outdoors! ... See MoreSee Less
Parents and pupils from Tears 4 & 5 from our local Primaries enjoyed making beautiful card relief African masks on mosaic collage with raffia hair textures, enhanced with gold and silver dry-brushing. The results were fabulous and several parents were even engrossed in making their own masks! Parents said how much they had thoroughly enjoyed the opportunity to make things and be creative again, which they had not done since they were themselves at school.
Today we have welcomed children from years 4 & 5 of our local Primary Schools to come and spend the day with us, together with their parents, to try out some practical workshops in subjects that they might not have tried before. We feel that the earlier we can ease children into the process of transitioning to ‘big school’ the better, hopefully making that big step a little easier for them when the time comes. It’s been a really lovely day and the children (and their parents) have all really enjoyed making some fabulous things to take home. We look forward to inviting you all in again soon! ... See MoreSee Less