We have been thoroughly spoilt during the last week of term with lots of special Easter activities. The Hayes saw the return of our popular ‘egg-citing’ egg rolling competition, which the children have utterly enjoyed and our yearly Egg decoration competition. Well done to all of those children who took part, there were some really super entries! We are looking forward to returning again after a lovely Easter break on Monday 13th April.
Just some advance notice of some upcoming events…
Our own talent show -‘The Hayes Has Talent’ will return shortly after the Easter break. Auditions will take place at school on the 22nd April, with the live shows during the evening of the 30th April, therefore if your child/children would like to prepare an act over the holiday they would be encouraged to do so. The children can enter with an act of no longer than 3 minutes (or they will be disqualified!) under the categories- music instrumental, music vocal, dance, comedy or other. They can enter with others (from other year groups, including siblings) but groups must be no larger than 6 and fit into one of the following groupings: Reception-Yr3, or Yr4-Yr6. We are really looking forward to celebrating the children’s talents. In order for them to take part they must have already registered for this event with the PTA and should have already entered their application form before 24th March.
On Monday 20th April don’t forget to bring in your ‘Phil the Bag’, in which the school can raise funds from your unwanted clothing. If you are having a ‘spring clean’ during the holidays and are sorting out your unwanted clothing, shoes, handbags, curtains, towels and bedding, please help us by keeping these items aside in your ‘Phil the Bag’ and bringing them to the school hall on Monday 20th April. If you have more than one bag full or have lost your bag, you can bring items in in any type of bag,
Week Beginning Monday 13th April
Welcome to the Summer term.
On Tuesday 14th April ‘The Smart Brothers’ will entertain and educate all children in KS1 and KS2 with some free Road Safety Performances throughout the day. We also welcome Rev. Chris Thompson, one of our school Governors who will be joining our Infant department on Tuesday morning.
On Wednesday all of our Year 5 children will head off to Carroty Wood for an action packed, adventure filled, few days of fun and challenge. We do hope that the weather stays kind to them and they enjoy their first ever residential visit. Good luck to them all! Thank you to Ms Spinks, Mr Blundell, Mrs Flynn, Mrs Lee, Mr Coley and Mrs Bolton for accompanying the children.
We welcome Mrs Piamya to Class 4, we are delighted to have found such a fantastic teacher for this Year 2 class. We also welcome back Mrs Einecker, swimming will resume as normal.