A letter from Simon Marriott, CEO of the Kaleidoscope Multi-Academy Trust.
The children of Hutton finished their last day of school by leaving a pair of shoes to be donated to the “Support Rural Nepal” charity. Upon hearing of the plight of the children of Nepal following the devastating earthquakes of 2015, hundreds of shoes were donated to be given to the children and adults who were left homeless and without their own possessions. It
Fake News if an ever growing trend, and one which we all need to become more aware of. Fake News: 4 quick checks Childnet have put together a few quick tips for young people to help them distinguish between fact and fiction. Trust Me Childnet has created a resource which is designed to support teachers in exploring critical thinking online. The main aim of
Any uniform purchased at M&S Your School Uniform between 6th June and 4th July is reduced by 20%. Visit their website for more details.
The whole school turned out in the glorious sunshine to walk 1 mile for charity. They were supporting Wildlife Vets International and raising money to provide medical care for rhinos in South Africa. By joining forces with many other schools across the country, this was also an attempt to break the Guinness World Record of 265,000 people walking at the same time. Thank you
We all enjoyed a sunny May Day Parade this year! May Queen Amelia, and her attendants Heidi & Paige were joined by May Prince Owen during the parade. Many children represented the school as The Very Hungry Caterpillar and food! The school was further represented by our fantastic Maypole Dancers. Well done to all involved.
We are very excited that the chick eggs we have been looking after in Reception class have started to hatch. There are currently 4 chicks!
Clubs and activities for Terms 5 & 6 are now available for booking. Please note that some clubs have limited spaces.
Mrs Amos recently held an information session about Hutton becoming part of a new Multi-Academy Trust. If you were unable to attend the meeting but would like to know more, you can view the information here.
This Friday (24th) is Red Nose Day 2017. Members of our School Council have organised the selling of Red Noses during break times this week, costing £1 each. Younger children should give their pound, in a named envelope, to their class teacher. In addition, children are welcome to give a 50p donation to wear an item of red clothing (alongside their school uniform) on Friday.