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.
The choir have been busy on tour once again this year. The choir, made up of children from Years 3, 4, 5 & 6 performed many Christmas carols at Tilsley House and Beach Lawns Residential Homes, Lidl and Waitrose supermarkets, and the Sovereign Shopping Centre. Thanks go to Mr Holdaway for leading the choir, and the other members of staff who were able to
Our choir kicked off their busy Festive Period with an afternoon singing with Weston Brass at the Winter Gardens. They performed a number of popular Christmas Carols in front of a large audience, and were once again expertly led by Mr Holdaway.
If you have looked at the North Somerset website you may see that our new ‘catchment area’ is only a small part of Hutton, Bleadon and Loxton, yet Elborough and Woodside are not included. Please let me reassure you (and please let other parents with preschool children know) that this should not alter putting us as their first choice of school. The catchment criteria
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.