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Remembrance Sunday 2022

 

It was a great honour to represent our school community at the remembrance day service and parade day yesterday.

 

It was so lovely to see lots of our young people there to show respect and join in the service.

The weather held and Revd Tina and Stephen Knapton led a wonderful service with a very powerful message.

 

Mrs Simmonite

2 Minute Silence for Remembrance

Friday 18th November is children in need.

 

At school we will be participating in our annual fund-raising event. Pupils will be able to come to school in spotty clothes on this day and will participate in fun activities throughout the day. You will be able to donate for children in need by passing on any kind donations to your child's class teacher.

 

Thanks again for your continued support.

 

Mrs Simmonite 

The Halloween disco was so much fun!!

Both pupils and staff had such fun dancing to spooky songs and playing lots of games.

But best of all the PTFA have raised over £1200.

This money will be used to install a much new new computer to one of our classrooms.

 

We are so grateful to the PTFA who over the past years have raised money towards the Pirate Ship in the playground and play equipment for pupils to play with at playtimes.

 

The PTFA have lots of new members so watch this space for our next event!!!

Halloween Disco by the PTFA

Welcome to the Community and PTFA News of Hornsea Primary School page. We have lots of exciting 'Community Events' showcased on our 'BLOG' and on our 'SCHOOL COUNCIL' page to show what has been happening in school.

The Orchard Garden

 

Come and have a look at the orchard garden,

Peter from Annie plant hire has been busy!!

We are developing the area so that our pupils can grow and eat fruit and vegetables that they have produced.

 

Keep an eye out and watch our journey. I will keep you updated.

 

Mrs Simmonite 

Donation from Hornsea Foundation

 

A big thank you to Hornsea foundation for the generous donation of £302 that was raised through quiz nights and a pillow fight in the park 

 

Thank again for your support!

 

Mrs Simmonite

Downright Special

 

A thank you to our school community for supporting this amazing charity.

The Orchard Garden

 

Mark Gleaves has kindly donated £100 towards the Orchard Garden. This was from money raised at a weekly quiz at Luciens of Hornsea. The money will go towards buying new plants and seeds.

 

Families at 3 Pilot Project

 

This after school all age free provision will provide a safe environment to promote social interaction for families with children after the end of the school day.

 

The sessions will take place every Tuesday from 3pm to 5pm in St Nicholas Parish Hall, commencing on Tuesday February 22nd .

 

It will involve church and community volunteers who will deliver a range of activities to children of different ages and provide light refreshments.

 

Activities will include:- Crafts and Art based A quiet area for reading, jigsaws, board games etc Toddler and baby activities Music making and drama Homework support – including use of internet, listening to readers etc Parachute games Sand and water play Environmental activities and Physical Activities outside will be developed in the Spring.

 

If you would like to go along please complete the registration form below.

 

Outdoor Learning Space

 

Revd Tina and St Nic's church of Hornsea very kindly donated £500 to help develop our outdoor learning space the money was gratefully received by Mrs Simmonite. We will post pictures of our new equipment once this is in place. A great big thank you for your continued support.

 

A huge THANK YOU again!

New Kitchen

 

A great big thank you to Yorkshire kitchens of Hornsea for the supply and installation of our new staffroom kitchen.

 

What a great space for preparing drinks and food.

 

Mrs Simmonite

Christmas Cards 

 

Pupils in school have been busy making cards for a local Community Charity. These will be delivered along with a special Christmas food parcel for residents in Hornsea.

 

Merry Christmas

from Mrs Simmonite

Hornsea Trees at St Nicholas Church

Our tree will be shining bright on lights night.

Why don't you pop into St Nicholas church on Friday and take a look!

 

Mrs Simmonite and Mrs Billam.

Children in Need 2021

We had such an amazing time on Friday raising a whopping £505.28 for Children in need.

It was amazing to see Pudsey bear in school dancing with our pupils.

 

Mrs Simmonite

Remembrance Service

 

It was my great honour and privilege to attend the Remembrance service for HCPS community. We decorated the church before the service with our amazing art work remembering our fallen heroes

 

Mrs Simmonite

Raising money for teenage cancer trust

Schools back for another fun filled year!

HUG

 

We just wanted to say a big thank you once again to HUG gardeners in supporting our school with their lovely plants, fairy garden and animal ornaments that the pupils love to look at on their way into school each morning.

 

We were very lucky to receive new plants that were planted into our Orchard Garden area.

Hornsea Art Caravan

 

Pupils and staff at HCPS have really enjoyed the visit from The Hornsea Foundation Art caravan. After such a difficult year it was such a great part of our Nurture Unit at school. It was so lovely to see all the pupils enjoying themselves and being so creative.

 

Staff and children both alike have said that we can't wait for them to visit us again. Kerry and Syd were amazing, and nothing was too much trouble.

 

Quote from Kerry and Syd:

 

We would love to come back; we had such fun We would like to thank HCPS for our lovely visit. We enjoyed seeing all the children who were so polite such a credit to the school and their grown-ups at home.

 

looking forward to seeing you all again soon.

 

Kerry and Sid

Men in Sheds

 

At Hornsea Community Primary school we have been supporting Men in Sheds in there wonderful Easter Competition. We all decorated our classroom doors, and it has certainly brightened up our school and allowed us to be very creative.

 

Men in Sheds were sent an image of each of the classrooms, and we presented prizes that were donated by Tesco. The winning classes were 4MS and 6HR. We all had fun and the Easter Bunny did seem to arrive in every class. Mrs Simmonite created a PowerPoint so that we were able to see what each class had been up to. A great day was had by all. The office staff also created their own Easter Garland out of recycled materials.

 

COMIC RELIEF

 

The children have really enjoyed dressing up today and raising money for such a good cause. We decorated and made our red noses. This year's theme was a superhero theme, so we also thought about all the people who have been superheroes in our Community. We reflected on where the money that we raise will go too including Food Banks, special days out for children as well as providing vital equipment to support children with disabilities. We have raised £372.91

 

Year 3 designed their own Red noses on the day as we were not allowed to wear them. As you can see there were lots of different designs!

FAIRY GARDEN

 

A great big Thank you to HUG ( Hornsea Urban Gardeners) for taking care of our wonderful fairy garden. If you can spare a few hours a month to help maintain this area please contact Mrs Simmonite 

SPRING TERM

 

So much has happened this term in regards to Community!

The children have experienced:

  • Bugtopia, which you can see showcased in the class pages.
  • Canine partners visited KS1.
  • Drama Workshops run by HSLC Sixth Form students.
  • Mr and Mrs Gray have shared bible stories through painting.
  • Tesco Trips - Healthy Bodies
  • Library Visits
  • Syd's parents, who are paramedics, came to school to present an 'Anti Choking' assembly.
  • 'Guardian Angel Week' - it was lovely to see parents nominating children for the special things they do at home!
  • Parent & Child evening. Thank you for your feedback!
  • We have another fantastic article in Community News! A big congratulations, to our news team!
  • 'Family Learning Morning' - How many of you managed to see 'Rory the Tiger'?
  • It was lovely to see so many parents turn up for the Easter Performance and the beaming smiles of the children!
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