Hayfield Primary School - News and Events

Newsletter 6 - 13th October 2017

Newsletter 6 - 13th October 2017  

Hello Everyone We’ve had a lovely morning here in school. Our Open Morning was well attended, and our lovely Molly, Shay, Sophie, Ollie, Zara and Thomas, all from Year 6, made very informative tour guides when they took the visiting parents around the school. One parents said to me, “We were really impressed. Those children know so much about the school and were very enthusiastic. It was lovely!” Thank you, children. You did a brilliant job!...more

Newsletter 5 - 5th October 2017

Newsletter 5 - 5th October 2017  

Hello Everyone The month of September was a very busy and very productive one, and I can’t believe we are nearly in the second week of October already! In addition to lots of maths, English and science, we’ve had Year 3 out at the Air Raid Shelter in Stockport, Year 6 at New Mills Bonding Day and a 3-day residential to White Hall Out-door Centre, and Year 5 in Chester learning all about the Romans - and next half term looks no less busy!! Keep a check on the diary dates and the school website to keep up to date with what’s going on....more

Newsletter 1 - 8th September 2017

Newsletter 1 - 8th September 2017  

Hello Everyone Hope you’ve all had a great summer break—the children have certainly enjoyed their holidays and have returned to school smiling and happy to see their friends and get to know their new classroom and teachers. It’s good to see how quickly they have settled back in and are geƫng on with the business of learning! Our shiny, new Reception children have done particularly well and are being helped by Year 6 children to get to know the school and its routines, especially at lunchtime. The staff are happy to be back and really looking forward to the year ahead at Hayfield. This year will be another busy one as we continue to work hard on raising standards and accelerate progress up to the new, very challenging expectations set by the government. Maths will be our number 1 priority this year and we will also keep a tight focus on reading, spelling, punctuation and grammar. Key priorities on the School Development Plan will be: ...more

Newsletter 37 - 20th July 2017

Newsletter 37 - 20th July 2017  

Hello Everyone The end of the year has come around so quickly. As we look forward to a much-needed and well-earned rest, it’s good to reflect on the year and what we have achieved, and what we want to do better next year. Our children continue to do very well in sport and return from every out-of-school event beaming, often proudly holding up a winners’ shield; many have again delighted us this year with their musical and acting talents; and this year, children have been spending more time outside in the woodland area - many thanks to Mrs McErlean for making this happen. Maths will be our number one priority - we need to get better at this important subject and ensure that our children improve their numeracy and problem-solving skills. Mrs Kenyon and I shall be working on this over the summer and will return with renewed vigour and enthusiasm for working with the staff, governors, parents and PEGS to make 2017-18 a very happy and successful year for the children in Hayfield. More about this in September!...more

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