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.
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.
Design a Trophy Competition
We are encouraging our children to take part in the Design a Trophy challenge.
It would be really great if the children had a go at this. There are lots of great incentives!
Each individual entry, receives a pack of Football Cards. There is also an opportunity for them to win a £50.00 voucher plus a football shirt of their choice if their design is chosen as the winner! We will also be put into the entry for our school to win £2000.
To enter the competition, simply design a winner’s trophy for the event of your choice. Once finished, email a picture of the entry to the school office by Friday 25th September 2020.
February Active Challenges
Throughout February we are encouraging all of the children at Hartlebury Primary School to take part in our February Active Challenges.
At the end of the month, we will be giving the following awards out within each class:
The child who completes the most challenges.
The child who has shown self-belief.
The child who has shown honesty.
The child who has shown passion.
The child who has shown respect.
The child who has shown determination.
We can’t wait to see all of your photographs!
You must upload evidence of taking part in the challenges to your remote learning platform to be considered for any of the awards.
Good Luck and Stay Active
Children’s Competition – ‘Design a Bike of the Future’
An exciting new Secure Cycling Storage Pop Up will be opening within Crowngate Shopping Centre in Worcester City Centre on Monday 22nd February 2021.
To celebrate the opening we are launching a competition in partnership with Evotech for one lucky child to win bikes for their family to the value of £1,000.
The competition is open to Worcestershire children up to the age of 16.
To be in with a chance of winning this amazing prize entrants will be asked to ‘design a bike of the future’.
The competition will be live from Tuesday 23rd February (Closing date is Tuesday 9th March), and anyone wanting to participate will be able to download a template from www.crowngate-worcester.co.uk.
A specialist bike shop will be judging the competition and will pick the winner. We also hope to display the winning design on the walls within the cycle storage unit for everyone to enjoy.
The Great Hartlebury Fairtrade Bake Off!
As some of you may know, the next two weeks are Fairtrade Fortnight, and the children will be learning all about what this means in their lessons. But to go along side this, we are launching an exciting competition: The Great Hartlebury Fairtrade Bake Off!
We know lots of the children have been doing baking at home during lockdown and now is their chance to put these skills to the test!
The challenge is to create something delicious which includes a Fairtrade ingredient in the recipe, or create something with a Fairtrade theme. It could be anything from a scrumptious Fairtrade chocolate cake, a gorgeous banana bread, or if they’re feeling really creative, a cake in the shape of something that represents Fair Trade?! There are prizes to be won!
Please send a photo of your child with their entry to firstname.lastname@example.org and ask Miss Gledhill to forward it on to Miss Branagh. We will then gather all our entries and a panel of experts (teachers who really like baked goods!) will pick our winners!
Please do note however, that we would like to encourage as many children to take part as possible and entries do not need to look like they’ve been made by Mary Berry! Participation and effort is the main thing and all entries will be celebrated.
The Great Hartlebury Fairtrade Bake Off Winners!
During February and March 2021, we launched an exciting competition: The Great Hartlebury Fairtrade Bake Off! Lots of the children have been doing baking at home during lockdown and we wanted to give them all a chance to put these skills to the test!
The challenge was to create something delicious which includes a Fairtrade ingredient in the recipe, or create something with a Fairtrade theme. We had some amazing entries. They were so good, we couldn’t choose just one winner!
The Great Hartlebury Fairtrade Bake Off winners were:
Amber, Cobe, George, Lilly, Noah and Seren
Well done to everyone who took part!
All entries were celebrated with a certificate and a chocolate Malteser bunny. Our worthy winners also received their very own chef’s apron and hat!