Do you want to stay active, healthy and entertained over Easter? Then look no further than the HABS Family Support Team Easter Holiday Camp!
Over Easter there are a variety of different activities that your children can take part in, ranging from arts and crafts to sporting events.
Prices start form £14.95 a day. For further information please contact the HABS Administrator on 01992 303331 Opt 5.
Don’t forget that tomorrow (Thursday 8th Feb) is our PE Enrichment Day!
We welcome double Olympian Ashleigh Nelson into the school to lead workshops and an assembly.
Please wear your house colours and bring in your £1 donation, which goes towards the sponsoring of British athletes.
On Wednesday 31st January, pupils from Year 5 and 6 participated in the Hoddesdon District School Sports Association Swimming Gala at The John Warner School. Nine schools from the surrounding area took part in a fiercely competitive event.
The group of pupils who attended performed with grit and determination, which resulted in them finishing third overall!
All the pupils who participated should be extremely proud of themselves.
The whole school is so excited to be welcoming GB athlete Ashleigh Nelson to our PE enrichment day next Thursday!
Ashleigh will lead an assembly as well as workshops for every year group. Pupils can wear sports clothes to school in their house colour in return for a donation (min £1) to support Ashleigh’s training for the Olympic Games.
Want to know more about Ashleigh? Then join the Home learning challenge and research some facts to share in school.
On Wednesday 15th November, pupils from Year 5 and 6 competed in an inter-school netball and football tournament, which was held at The John Warner School.
It was a very successful tournament for both the A and B Netball teams.
The A team won all of their games in the group stage, and won the semi- final game, taking them to the final. They narrowly missed out, by one goal, and came 2nd, bringing home silver medals. Well done girls!
The B team came 3rd in their group, winning the majority of their games, bringing home bronze medals. Great work girls!
Both football teams performed with commitment and passion throughout the tournament.
The A team qualified from their group in 2nd place, but unfortunately lost in both the semi-final and the 3rd/4th play off.
The B team finished 3rd in their group and scored some brilliant individual and team goals.
Well done to all those who competed; you should all be very proud of yourselves.