We have had another busy week at the Hayes that has shown off the talents of our children and staff.
The Junior Choir performed brilliantly on Monday night at Trinity School in the Croydon Schools Music Association. They learned 1000s of words and nine songs and performed them with 390 other children and in front of a full house. They were massively prepared for this, rehearsing every Tuesday for months and this showed. The evening was spectacular nd was enjoyed by all furthermore, it was conducted by our very own Head Teacher Miss Slade. Well done all!
On Tuesday our girls’ football team played at the School Games Final in Redbridge. They are the best team in Croydon and are now the 9th team in London. They played incredibly well – teamwork, skill and care for each other was in abundance. Well done girls! Y3 went to Port Lympe for the day as part of their IPC topic which was most enjoyable.
On Wednesday, Y4 Soundstart had an opportunity to perform to the Juniors which was their 1st official event. They played really well and with confidence – amazing performances considering they have only been playing since six months. Then there was Sports Relief on Friday! What an amazing day, full of challenges with teachers (and impromptu planking with the HT, Ms Langan, Mrs Spinks and some boys with large smiles – don’t ask), Zumbathon, sponsored activities and our rendition of the Sports Relief song. It was an up-beat day and all we will never forget the sea of children and staff who took part in the zumba dancing – an amazing sigh and full of joy. Please look at our Twitter account for photos and more will be uploaded to the website during the Easter holidays. Go Team Active Hayes! We look forward to seeing the final total to raise money to tackle critical issues affecting people across the UK and the world.
Well done to our life savers who took part in the 'It's a Fish Out' at Dorking Leisure Centre on Saturday. They gave it their all, their manners were second to none and they put on a spectacular show of teamwork, guts and determination. Thank you to all the parents who supported the school and their children by attending the event.
Congrats to all our children who took part in events this week, you are all amazing and make us very proud thank you also to the parents/carers who helped or supported the events and our staffing team – you are all stars.
Message from the office:
*Sports Relief Sponsorship forms and money in by Tuesday 27th March please.
*Please clear any debt owing on school dinner and Wraparound Care accounts for the current term, thanks.
*226 shoes collected for Sal's Shoes from September to March!
This week: from Monday 26th children can bring in their entries for the egg competition. Our egg rolling competition is on Tuesday 27th (in school)- please remember the eggs need to be HARD BOILED and decorated if you would like. On Tuesday, Yr 1 are very lucky to have a farm coming in to school, I am sure they will all enjoy this visit. Miss Slade needs to keep away from the baby animals though or we are sure to have our own farm when the animals have left! Thursday is the day for our Easter Bonnet Parade, so please get creating those wonderful hats.
On Thursday we break up from school (we are not finishing early) and return on Monday 16th April.
*Monday 16th April – Yr 5 go on their residential journey to Carotty Wood, please make sure you bring everything to school with you.
*Hayes Got Talent auditions begin on Wednesday 18th April.
*Friday 20th April is our open afternoon which starts at 2.15pm. We hope to see as many of you there as possible.
Monday 3rd and 4th September 2018: INSET days.
Wednesday 5th September 2018: children will return to school.
When the Governing Body have approved the other dates these will be sent to you.
Have a fantastic final week of term!
The Hayes Team