Monday, 26 September 2016

Places Available in Hacton Nursery

We have a few places available for children in our nursery. The morning session runs from 8.45am until 11.45am and the afternoon session runs from 12.30pm until 3.30pm. Find out more about our 'outstanding' nursery »

If you would like to visit our nursery or reserve a space for your child please contact us on 01708 443991 or email contact@hacton.havering.sch.uk.



Friday, 23 September 2016

Year 1: The Lost Sheep

Year 1 have been learning about the Parable of the Lost Sheep in RE. They have learnt that Christians believe God looks after all of his flock and he will search for any that lose their way.

The children have made their own fluffy sheep that have been used to create a baa-rilliant display in the Year 1 corridor. To reinforce the message in the story, a different sheep will go missing every day and the children will need to find it. Five house points will be given to the pupil who rescues the lonely sheep and returns it to the flock.








E for Effort

Every week, teachers recognise pupils in their class who have made an extra effort. These pupils are awarded the E for Effort cup in front of the whole school during our Friday morning assembly.

Congratulations to all the wonderful children who made an extra effort this week.







Singing Assembly: "A Wiggly, Waggly Worm"


Key Stage 1 singing assembly was fantastic fun this week. The children started to learn a new song (that we plan to record at a later date) and revisited an old favourite, "A Wiggly Waggly Worm". Our pupils certainly know how to follow instructions; next time, Miss Wells may think twice before asking the children to sing "as loud as possible"!




Wednesday, 21 September 2016

Year 4: Metaphors and Similes

Last week in Literacy, Year 4 learnt to describe using metaphors and similes. They used iPads to capture what they thought each simile meant. Can you guess which picture represents 'as bold as a boxing glove'?





Year 1: Counting and Phonics

Last week, Year 1 were counting like crazy! They really got to know their numbers by counting forwards and backwards. The children also worked on their phonics and, as you can see, they focused on the letter X; Year 1 have got the X factor!


Monday, 19 September 2016

E for Effort

Every week, teachers recognise pupils in their class who have made an extra effort. These pupils are awarded the E for Effort cup in front of the whole school during our Friday morning assembly.

Congratulations to all the wonderful children who made an extra effort last week.