Hartlebury Church of England (Voluntary Controlled) Primary School

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Extreme Read Competition Winners!

Well done to our Extreme Read Competition Winners Maddyson and Hayden Robinson. All entries were FABULOUS and this picture was voted by our Parents as the most Extreme Read. Second place went to Spencer Terry with his Lizard reading in glasses and third place went to Oliver Haydon who was reading upside down doing a head stand. Well done to everyone who took part. You were all very Extreme Readers! Please take a look at our Winners pictures in our Gallery.

Cricket Success

Well done to Year 4 who entered a ‘Design a slogan’ cricket competition and won 50 cricket bat and ball sets for school. They have received a set each as a reward and the other sets have gone into our PE resources.

THANK YOU Year 4!

Christmas Card Competition

Well done to Poppy in Year 6 and Julia in Year 3 who won the Worcestershire County Cricket Club Christmas card competition in our school. The club asked all children in the county to get their festive hats on design a Christmas card for club in 2019! The winners of the competition at school won a Worcestershire Rapids cricket bad which included a bat.

Nick from the cricket board has been coming into school this half term and doing sessions with Year 3 and 6 which the children have really enjoyed.

Thank you to Nick and the Worcestershire Cricket Board, for the opportunity to improve our cricketing skills!

500 Words Highlights

On Friday 12th June 2020, Eleanor Webber was on the BBC Radio 2 – 500 words short story competition FINAL!! We were all very excited to see how well her story, ‘The Crab and the Lantern Fish,’ did; although for us she was already a fabulous winner

If you haven’t yet listened to the story, the highlights can be found on the Radio 2 website, just click on the 500 Words Short Story tab or click on the link below.

It is well worth a listen; the story had such a lovely message.

Well done Eleanor. We are so proud of you. You are a real credit to you your Mum and Dad and our whole school community.