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Home Learning Club

We are delighted to say that we have now launched our Hart Home Learning Club, available in the Library from Monday to Thursday until 4pm.

We look forward to seeing you there!
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Home Learning Club

We are delighted to say that we have now launched our Hart Home Learning Club, available in the Library from Monday to Thursday until 4pm.

We look forward to seeing you there!

Year 10 Rugby Report

EDA 15 – 38 The Hart School

The Y10 rugby team travelled to Burntwood RUFC to take on EDA in the Staffordshire Cup. Upon arrival, they were informed that the home team only had 10 players.

Being the sporting type, the Hart School loaned them three players and the match was played 13v13.

The match was very competitive with both teams looking to run the ball as much as possible. This resulted in an entertaining match both in attack and defence. However, it was the powerful running and slick handling of The Hart School that proved the difference and enabled them to run out worthy winners. A huge well done to all the players (and an even bigger well done to those that played for EDA).

Try scorers:
Warren Waller x3
Christian Moores
Elliott Beardshaw
Lewis McKail

Conversions:
Elliott Beardshaw x3
Harry Rowe

Team:
Leo Walker
Tyler Carroll
Warren Waller
Sam Jones
Drew Ostle
Lewis McKail
Harry Lyons
Elliott Beardshaw
Tom Litobarski
Christian Moores
Cole Turner
Jake Taylor
Harry Rowe
Rory Underwood
Ben Heath
Ashdon Parsons
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Year 10 Rugby Report 

EDA 15 – 38 The Hart School
 
The Y10 rugby team travelled to Burntwood RUFC to take on EDA in the Staffordshire Cup. Upon arrival, they were informed that the home team only had 10 players. 

Being the sporting type, the Hart School loaned them three players and the match was played 13v13. 

The match was very competitive with both teams looking to run the ball as much as possible. This resulted in an entertaining match both in attack and defence. However, it was the powerful running and slick handling of The Hart School that proved the difference and enabled them to run out worthy winners. A huge well done to all the players (and an even bigger well done to those that played for EDA).
 
Try scorers:
Warren Waller x3
Christian Moores
Elliott Beardshaw
Lewis McKail
 
Conversions:
Elliott Beardshaw x3
Harry Rowe
 
Team:
Leo Walker
Tyler Carroll
Warren Waller
Sam Jones
Drew Ostle
Lewis McKail
Harry Lyons
Elliott Beardshaw
Tom Litobarski
Christian Moores
Cole Turner
Jake Taylor
Harry Rowe
Rory Underwood
Ben Heath
Ashdon Parsons

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Sally

Well done Elliot 👍

Fantastic, true sportsmanship! Well done everyone

Well done Hart School Rugby team. Just a pity Facebook decide to show it me days later.

Year 7 Girls Football – Monday 22nd November Match Report

The girls started really strong in both defence and attack, managing to get a goal in the first ten minutes. The scorer was Amelia Perry with an amazing shot into the bottom-right corner. The girls held their own for another twenty minutes until Perton made it 1-1 with a goal two minutes before half time.
Our girls came out strong for the second half but with all the strikers double marked, it wasn’t easy. After twenty minutes, Pertons’ wingers started to get the ball into the box and found the goal on a number of occasions.
The end result was 5-1 to Perton but our incredible defence prevented it from being much higher.
We are so proud of our team and want to congratulate all of the players who did an incredible job representing the school, especially Amelia Perry who captained the team for the first time.

Well done!
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Year 7 Girls Football – Monday 22nd November Match Report
 
The girls started really strong in both defence and attack, managing to get a goal in the first ten minutes. The scorer was Amelia Perry with an amazing shot into the bottom-right corner. The girls held their own for another twenty minutes until Perton made it 1-1 with a goal two minutes before half time.
Our girls came out strong for the second half but with all the strikers double marked, it wasn’t easy. After twenty minutes, Pertons’ wingers started to get the ball into the box and found the goal on a number of occasions.
The end result was 5-1 to Perton but our incredible defence prevented it from being much higher.
We are so proud of our team and want to congratulate all of the players who did an incredible job representing the school, especially Amelia Perry who captained the team for the first time.
 
Well done!

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Hayley Perry

Hayley Perry ❤️

Pete Aish

Well done daisy x

Well done girls and the Hart School ⚽️⚽️

Well done 👍 xx

Well done xx

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Fancy your own Christmas stall?
Do you have something to sell?
Then look no further.

We are reaching out to our local community to join us for a Christmas fair.

Details: The Hart School Christmas Fayre on Thursday 2nd December, 4.30pm to 7.30pm.

For more information or to book a stall, please email ptfa@hartschool.org.uk

Stalls must be booked prior to the event.

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Fancy your own Christmas stall? 
Do you have something to sell? 
Then look no further. 

We are reaching out to our local community to join us for a Christmas fair.

Details: The Hart School Christmas Fayre on Thursday 2nd December, 4.30pm to 7.30pm.

For more information or to book a stall, please email ptfa@hartschool.org.uk

Stalls must be booked prior to the event. 

Please share.

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Laura-Dawn Standley xx

Laura-Dawn Standley xxxx

Mia Liddle Olds xx

Amy Gyde

Lauren Anderson Laura-Dawn Standley

Sammi Tink Hurst

Emily O'Donnell

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Another two students were invited to “Have a Break with the Principal” this week. Joshua and Elise are a part of Brereton Youth Volunteers and spent their time cleaning the memorial in Brereton on Saturday 13th ready for the Brereton Service last Sunday. Amazing work - so proud! ... See MoreSee Less

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Another two students were invited to “Have a Break with the Principal” this week. Joshua and Elise are a part of Brereton Youth Volunteers and spent their time cleaning the memorial in Brereton on Saturday 13th ready for the Brereton Service last Sunday. Amazing work - so proud!

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Alison Cowdell x

Good job guys xx 👍

Lovely xx

All of these students were invited to “Have a Break(time) with the Principal” for taking part in the Remembrance Day event last Sunday. We were so proud of the way they conducted themselves and they seemed to really enjoy the chocolate treat. ... See MoreSee Less

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All of these students were invited to “Have a Break(time) with the Principal” for taking part in the Remembrance Day event last Sunday. We were so proud of the way they conducted themselves and they seemed to really enjoy the chocolate treat.

Amazingly proud of ex student )and now member of staff) Ellie Holloway. Along with her alumni sister Abbie, the 2017 Sir Terry Wogan Award winners have been raising money again for tonight’s Children In Need.

We are so proud of their achievements and the difference they make every year supporting BBC Children in Need.

Over the years they have raised over £27,000 for BBC Children in Need to support the wellbeing of children in the UK and this year’s challenge was to cycle 50 miles on tandem together.

If you are able to support with sponsorship, we are sure the girls would really appreciate it!
You can donate to their JustGiving page by clicking here:

www.justgiving.com/fundraising/Ellie-and-Abbie-Holloway9?utm_source=Sharethis&utm_medium=fundrais....
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Amazingly proud of ex student )and now member of staff) Ellie Holloway. Along with her alumni sister Abbie, the 2017 Sir Terry Wogan Award winners have been raising money again for tonight’s Children In Need.

We are so proud of their achievements and the difference they make every year supporting BBC Children in Need. 

Over the years they have raised over £27,000 for BBC Children in Need to support the wellbeing of children in the UK and this year’s challenge was to cycle 50 miles on tandem together.

If you are able to support with sponsorship, we are sure the girls would really appreciate it!
You can donate to their JustGiving page by clicking here: 

https://www.justgiving.com/fundraising/Ellie-and-Abbie-Holloway9?utm_source=Sharethis&utm_medium=fundraising&utm_content=Ellie-and-Abbie-Holloway9&utm_campaign=pfp-email&utm_term=61f13b06925c4f0487f811686bb716dd.Image attachmentImage attachment

This week at The Hart School we are supporting Anti-Bullying Week. The theme this year is 'One Kind Word'. We have been raising awareness through assembly time, tutor time and life skill lessons.

In a world that can sometimes feel like it’s filled with negativity, one kind word can provide a moment of hope. It can be a turning point. It can change someone’s perspective. It can change their day. It can change the course of a conversation and break the cycle of bullying.

Best of all, one kind word leads to another. Kindness fuels kindness. So from the playground to Parliament, and from our phones to our homes, together, our actions can fire a chain reaction that powers positivity. It starts with one kind word. It starts today and we need your help to make it happen!

#onekindword

#wecanwewillwedo
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This week at The Hart School we are supporting Anti-Bullying Week. The theme this year is One Kind Word. We have been raising awareness through assembly time, tutor time and life skill lessons. 

In a world that can sometimes feel like it’s filled with negativity, one kind word can provide a moment of hope. It can be a turning point. It can change someone’s perspective. It can change their day. It can change the course of a conversation and break the cycle of bullying. 

Best of all, one kind word leads to another. Kindness fuels kindness. So from the playground to Parliament, and from our phones to our homes, together, our actions can fire a chain reaction that powers positivity. It starts with one kind word. It starts today and we need your help to make it happen!

#onekindword

#wecanwewillwedo

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May be some teacher need to act on this

We are pleased to be supporting the Staffordshire Police #ditchthebladecampaign. All students will be discussing the issues associated with knife crime in school.

Need advice or have a question?

You can speak anonymously to support agencies and local police officers via this link : app.sli.do/event/uwxozhiy

Thursday 18 November
7pm to 8pm

#ditchtheblade
#WeCanWeWillWeDo
#community
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We are pleased to be supporting the Staffordshire Police #ditchthebladecampaign. All students will be discussing the issues associated with knife crime in school. 

Need advice or have a question?

You can speak anonymously to support agencies and local police officers via this link : https://app.sli.do/event/uwxozhiy

Thursday 18 November 
7pm to 8pm 

#ditchtheblade 
#WeCanWeWillWeDo
#communityImage attachmentImage attachment
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