Hutton’s Got Talent will take place on Friday 29th June, at 2pm. Every child will be performing and there will also be refreshments and stalls to enjoy afterwards.
Welcome back to Term 6. It will be another busy term with lots of performances and events to take part in. Look out for upcoming newsletters and curriculum letters with more details.
You are invited to join us on Monday 21st May for our annual Sports Day. The event will begin at 1.45pm on the school field. The gates will open at 1.30 and close at 1:40. If you arrive after this please arrive through the office as the gates will be locked. Please bring your own blankets/deck chairs to sit on. You will be directed
Is your child playing the PEGI rated 12+ game Fortnite at home? Or could they be playing it at a friend’s house? If so you may wish to arm yourself with some more information before discussing with them. There are many parent guides online which are useful tools, including https://www.commonsensemedia.org/game-reviews/fortnite
We hope you have all enjoyed the snow. School will fully reopen tomorrow (Monday), see you all at 8.45am.
Whilst you are enjoying the snow day, if you are looking for some more activities to keep you occupied, you could choose from the following; Reception, Year 1 & Year 2 Find or write a snow poem Play in the snow – can you make a family of snow people? Can you take a photo of your creations? Write sounds/numbers/words in the snow Look
Due to the current red weather warning in force for Weston-super-Mare, children may be collected today from 1.15pm, with the aim of shutting the school by 2.30pm. School will remain closed tomorrow (Friday 2nd March)
Thank you to everyone who came to the Space Detectives Space Night. It was a fantastic night with over 150 people attending the evenings event. The night began with a fascinating and informative talk by Jo Richardson, who is one of only 10 UK Space Ambassadors, on the amazing planets, stars and galaxies in our universe. This was followed by stargazing and a range of fantastic space activities including
A small school choir recently accompanied Mr Holdaway to celebrate the 90th Anniversary of the Hutton, Locking & Oldmixon branch of the Royal British Legion. They joined together to perform for visitors and dignitaries, including a beautiful version of ‘You Raise Me Up’, which left not a dry eye in the house! Thanks go to those pupils and parents who were able to attend.
It’s the end of another term, and time for a well deserved Christmas break. Well done to all of the pupils who have worked so incredibly hard this term, whether for Nativity performances, carol concerts, choir tours, swimming galas, or other events in and around school. Thanks also to the parents who have once again contributed so much to the life of the school.