Well done to this week’s winners of Hot Chocolate; what a happy bunch they are – full of chat and great stories. I now know all the gossip!
Massive well done to the school captains and Willow council members who came up with and completely organised an egg hunt for all the children at Little Hadham. It was a huge success with loads of laughter and fun!
Wow, what an amazing morning we had with such wonderful enrichment activities. These Golden sessions just get better and better, from knitting to forest, it’s lovely to see the children mixing and learning from each other. Well done to all the adults again for organising and making these days so special!
The children took part in the 2 Johns’ workshop, which they and their teachers found very useful and informative. Thank you to all those parents that managed to attend the e-safety workshop this evening which appears to have had a real impact on children and parents alike.
The children of Little Hadham were very fortunate to have Puppet Galore visit and to share the story of Easter in such a fun and entertaining way. The children picked up some of the songs very quickly and loved joining in too. Thank you Puppets Galore for all your hard work; we thoroughly enjoyed it!
How lovely to see Willow Class using their football skills so well and such team work too. We are looking forward to our in-house tag rugby competition on Tuesday!
Wow! What an amazing new addition to our wonderful school. A huge thank you to Ms Arnold for your time and creativity. The children loved your Mindfulness workshop and some are already using your suggestions. They also loved doing the art and we can’t wait to see the finished masterpiece!
I thought today was going to be quieter as Beech Class were on a trip, but we were highly entertained and heard lots of stories about sleep walking cookie stealers and strange dreams!
Scout does seem to enjoy these stories or is it all the love and cuddles he gets!
Children and parents in Lime Class kicked off to a good start today by spending time learning their times tables. Keep up the ‘hard’ work’!