Home Learning Photo Gallery
Whilst at home, the children have been creating some brilliant pieces of work! We are very proud of the resilience, determination and hard work these children have put in. This gallery is to show pictures of work and activities the children have been doing. Take a look at our photo gallery in the School Life section of this website.
Chico Chugg - A message From Janet Roberts
Hello Hanslope School, During the coronavirus I have started a video diary for Chico, as well as films of me reading Chico’s books. I know how difficult it is at this time for children at home so I’m sending you a link to Chico’s new Vimeo channel, which you can share with your children if you would like to. There’s lots more on Chico’s website, games, songs as well as another author called Kathryn Evans, who has come up with a great idea of asking children to keep a diary about what they are doing during the Coronavirus, which she hopes to eventually publish. CHICO’S VIMEO LINK https://vimeo.com/chuggproductionsltd/videos CHICO’S WEBSITE http://www.chicochugg.com The Coronavirus diary is interesting and has lots of quite famous authors talking on the website, as well as Chico and me, of course. Sending all my love to the staff and children, and would love to come and see you all again when all this is over, lots of love, Jan xxxx And of course Chico sends big woofs to all the children.
Willen Hospice - Thank you!
We received confirmation today that the money raised by our school choir by taking part in a carol concert in the church in December has been received. The choir decided that they would send their share of the proceeds to Willen Hospice. This amounted to £442.80 So a huge well done to the choir for taking part, to Mrs Lawrence for leading the choir and of course to all the parents who attended the concert.
Welcome Back - Virtual Learning!
Parent mails are being sent out today and on Monday with details of activities that you can complete with your children at home. All resources can be found in the children's section of this website in their specific year group. If you have any questions or queries please email your child's class teacher. All staff email addresses can be found in the Meet the Staff section of this website. Best Wishes from all the staff at Hanslope School.
We hope that you are all safe and looking forward to a little break from all the home learning we know you are doing. Parent mails have been sent out in the last few days updating home learning ideas for after Easter and explaining how these will be communicated to you after the holidays. Copies of these can be found in the children section of this website under each year group. Letters from Mr Fensham Brown can be found in the Letters home section. Happy Easter and Best wishes. From All the staff at Hanslope School
Home Learning Update 31st March 2020
I hope that you are all well and that you are keeping safe. Many thanks for the lovely messages you have been sending into school regarding the work provided for your child/ren. I just wanted to remind you that on our school website you can find the skills for each subject that are expected for your child’s year group and also the curriculum newsletters for both the Autumn and Spring Terms which will illustrate what has been already taught this academic year. By Easter, the Summer Term version will be available. Below is another reminder of the email addresses for each class/year group. Please email you child’s teacher if you need further academic guidance if needed and to check in so that we know your child is safe and well. I know many of you are already in contact with our staff in this manner. Maple = firstname.lastname@example.org Larch = email@example.com Elm = firstname.lastname@example.org Oak = email@example.com Cedar = Tanya.firstname.lastname@example.org Hazel = email@example.com Beech and Redwood = firstname.lastname@example.org Rowan = email@example.com Kind regards Ryan Fensham-Brown
WOW! Thank you!
WOW! A huge thank you to everyone who supported our sports day and cake sale which was raising money for the Milton Keynes Hospital Be Seen in Green campaign. If you made cakes, ate cakes, ran, walked or hyperventilated around the field (like me!) Thank you. Together we raised £2,218.50 A special thank you to Cristina and Olivia’s mum from Maple Class who also secured match funding for our cake sale from Barclays. Our money has been gratefully received by the hospital and will go towards the building of a brand new cancer care centre in Milton Keynes. Thank you again. Sarah McGarr