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Our very own Mrs Dando created this delicious Red Nose Day cake for us to enjoy on Friday! We hope you all enjoyed the day and had a lovely weekend. We are looking forward to a brilliant last week of term!
As we welcome spring, we look forward with hope and this week at HMS, we are encouraging reflection. We have reflected on the return to school and celebrated how well it has gone and how proud we are of the whole HMS community for the way they have approached this very strange term. We are observing the National Day of
These delicious Red Nose Day biscuits didn’t last long today!
HMS pupils are currently taking part in ‘The Great Big Art exhibition.’ Pupils have brought in artwork made as part of live Art lessons and artwork created independently at home. Here, is the first piece that has been showcased in Hexham town centre, in Costa. This is the artwork Year 6 created with artist Sam Douglas. It was a project
We have a revised extra-curricular clubs list following our return from lockdown. It is exciting to see some new clubs including Stage Door Drama Club. Some other clubs are in the pipeline and we have highlighted some with dates to be confirmed. Staff members may contact pupils with any special sign-up requirements, should spaces be limited. We operate a Week
Free Bikeability L3 training available at HMS next week. This training is open to Y6, Y7 and Y8 BUT……you must have completed your L2 training in either Y5 or Y6 to do this course. L3 is a great course as it will give you the knowledge and experience to deal with more complex road riding, under the safe eye of
Dear Parent/ Carer Red Nose Day – 19 March 2021 The last 12 months have been incredibly tough for all of us, but we’re so proud of how our pupils have managed. As parents and carers, you may have had your lives turned upside down, and we’re so grateful for all of your efforts at home and support of the school.
Last week, KS3 geographers completed an Escape Room to revisit geographical skills. They were given a series of clues to solve to reveal a password, each with a different skill; such as map reading, aeriel photograph interpretation and using climate data. Year 7 and 8 worked really hard to crack the code, well done!
This week is British Science Week running 5-14 March 2021.Don’t forget to visit the website https://www.britishscienceweek.org/ to download your FREE activity pack. Lots of great activities and competitions with versions for all age groups. Enjoy!