Where in the world…?

This morning our Lime, Maple and Willow took part in our humanities table quiz. Children enjoyed working with members of the different class to tackle lots of questions from their topics and some general knowledge ones too. Thank you to Mrs Courtman-Stock for organising- it really was brilliant fun. We had joint winners who were very happy to receive a prize too!


Golden Morning strikes again…

Golden Morning this half-term certainly was golden. It’s fabulous to be able to offer such a wide range of different enrichment activities to ensure we are equipping our children with the knowledge and cultural capital to succeed in life.  Children were concentrating learning to knit, cheerlead, watercolour craft angels,  and so much more. It was lovely to see and hear them socialising with children from different classes and to see how helpful and wonderful Willow class were with the younger children. A huge thank you to all our staff who organised such brilliant activities, and a huge SHOUT OUT to our parent and grandparent helper we certainly couldn’t have done it without you.

These pictures clearly tell the story. Here are a few soundbites from the children…

This is very tricky… 10 mins later, I can do it!

We had so much fun, I had never done cheerleading before!

We did the Twits, it was so much fun!

Little Hadham went to the Pantomime… Oh Yes We Did…!


The whole school watched Jack and The Beanstalk at Southmills Art Centre. It has become part of our tradition each year. The children loved watching the various characters, they giggled, cheered, sang and even booed at some of the characters. Thank you to the Friends for donations towards the coach to make these memorable experiences happen- they loved it.

Stars in Our Eyes..!

Our adorable Beech Class lit up the stage during their performance of, ‘There’s a mouse in Santa’s house.’ Of course, there’s nothing cuter than your little darlings dressed up singing and dancing with smiles on their faces. Well done Beech Class, it was pure entertainment and we enjoyed every minute of it!

Willow take to the ice…

Willow Class celebrated the end of a fantastic Autumn term with a trip to Alexandra Palace in London. They had great fun learning to skate and improving their skills. There were lots of smiles and laughs as some of us found it more difficult to stand upright than others! We also enjoyed a delicious hot chocolate for all our hard work and resilience- very impressive skills Willow Class!

Thank You!

A big thank you to everyone who made our Bazaar such a success. We raised £2576!

Thank you so much to everyone involved. We really do appreciate it. Thank you to those who gave up their time, those that sent donations in, those that came along and spent their money and everyone who was involved in the organisation of it.

We were very luck to have Santa come and visit – what a lot of children were on his list!

Reception Class September 2023

We are offering tours of the school to families who have a child due to start in Reception in September 2023. Phone the office  on 01279 771285 to book.

Lest we Forget…

Each year members of Little Hadham Primary join the village commemorating those who have died in world wars and other conflicts.  Our school captains, alongside  children from the school and village placed a poppy wreath and poppies. The children learned that it is incredibly important that we come together in our communities to pay our respects to the fallen. We must never forget the sacrifices that so many have made.

We’ve got skills and they’re multiplying!

What a fantastic way to enter the second half-term! I Can’t… I mean I Can’t YET!

We welcomed Mike Mullen from the BMX Academy for inspirational workshops with all our year 4, 5 and 6 pupils, followed by growth mindset assembly on the playground.

The children put their growth mindsets into action as they learnt some tricks and stunts on the BMXs during their workshops. A huge thank you to Mike for such an engaging, challenging and inspirational day and a big well done to our children for their efforts during their sessions- they certainly have talents!

The assembly included learning about Mike’s journey into BMXing and the important messages of perseverance, determination and learning from failure (‘Flearning’!), as well as a stunt display which included a jump over Ms Connolly, Mrs Tweedale and Mrs Courtman-Stock-terrifying!

We loved Mike’s messages of perseverance, overcoming challenges and positive thinking and feel they tied in with the way children at the school had shown resilience during their workshops. Some learned new skills for the very first time. I think I know what will be on their Christmas list this year!


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