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Dear Parents and Children,

 

As you know school will close for most of the existing pupils on 9th July. Alongside any summer plans you may have, we will post a series of familiar maths and English lessons for you to do at home -  should you decide to- please do not feel that these are compulsory!   Additionally, you may wish to have a go at the lessons already on here for the year group above you. 

 

We think you have done an amazing job educating your children at home and we can't wait to welcome back every single child in September. The children who have returned have worked hard and very much enjoyed re-socialising with their friends. This will be our focus when we return alongside doing everything we can to get all of the pupils back on track.  

 

Wishing you all a fantastic summer.

 

Mrs Davies and Mrs Gunter:)

7.7.20 

 

 

For further sources of learning try the new Oak Academy on line school set up by the Government. https://www.thenational.academy 

 

 

 

 

Photos of Kestrels busy learning at home

Typing a story on an iPad
Sanding a desk
Doing a science experiment
Look what I made!
Being productive in the garden

Time Capsule Diary

                         We can finish each day with our lovely School prayer:

                                              “Now that school is over,

                                               Evening will soon be here,

                                                Help us to remember,

                                                 You are always near,

                                                          Amen.”

 https://en.calameo.com/read/000777721945cfe5bb9cc?authid=Xu9pcOzU3TQx

 

Everybody Worries Epdf

A picture book for children who are worried about Coronavirus

en.calameo.com

                                         Our Curriculum Intent 

We have designed a creative, topic based approach to delivering a broad and balanced curriculum which together with a holistic approach to educating the whole child will support pupils at Hindon School to:

 

Have age appropriate curriculum knowledge and skills

 

Become kind, caring and responsible Global Citizens

 

Develop a Growth Mindset in order to embrace Lifelong Learning  Skills

 

Be inquisitive and excited at the prospect of learning something new!

 

Have curriculum enrichment opportunities in order to promote ambition and aspiration

 

Understand that hard work, healthy lifestyle choices and sound economic practice support lifelong wellbeing.

 

We have designed a broad and balanced curriculum which aims to support pupils to.......

 

                                          Investigate the Past

                                           Explore the Present

                                            Create the Future

Please click on a link below to view our creative, cross curricular , topic based approach to teaching the curriculum.
Curriculum Planning.
Learning support links.
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