Thursday 13th May – please could you bring in your unwanted clothes, shoes, bags etc in black sacks by 9am on Thursday by the main school gate. We really appreciate your support. Thank you!
COVID-19: Guidance for North Somerset Schools Version 6 28/08/20 States: When considering visiting Hutton In the first instance please consider if the visit can take place by video/telephone call If a visit to site is essential please arrange through the school office – if the visit does not require Contact with children it should be arranged outside of teaching hours School expects visitors to
The following video is fantastic for helping children remember how to wash their hands effectively. We recommend sharing this with your children at home!
What a busy week it has been! We enjoyed a wonderful Carol Concert on Monday evening – thanks to everyone who attended. We are sure you all agree that the children sounded brilliant. Later in the week, the choir tour are performing in local supermarkets and care homes. Along with Christmas parties and Christmas learning, it is a full-on festive week right up until
Reception, Year 1 and Year 2 have been hard at work creating fantastic Nativity Performances for us to enjoy. Well done to all of the children and staff. If you came to watch, we hope you enjoyed the show!
The Vodafone Digital Parenting Magazine is a fantastic resource for top tips and advice on keeping your child safe and healthy when using digital technology. They have recently published a really useful guide to setting up parental controls on mobile devices, which you may find useful to discuss and use at home. https://www.vodafone.co.uk/mobile/digital-parenting/parental-controls-and-filtering
There was a lot of excitement throughout school recently when the Cricket World Cup stopped off for a visit! As England are the current holders of the trophy, local cricket boards are taking it on a tour of the country and Hutton was the only school in the whole of Somerset to see it! https://www.thewestonmercury.co.uk/news/school-in-hutton-receives-special-visit-1-6329733
Shape, Eco Hi council are undertaking a project to use all our non-recyclable plastics to create Eco-bricks. We would love as many as possible to make planters to grow vegetables to use in our kitchen. See how you can help. Look out for information in our newsletter. https://www.ecobricks.org/
Huge congratulations and a thank you to our Wassail Maiden and her attendants for a fantastic job singing and dancing to ensure a bountiful harvest of apples in the forthcoming year.