Newsletter 24 March 2023
24th March 2023
Hook Infant School
Newsletter 24th March 2023
www.hookinfants.co.uk for all the latest dates and curriculum news
Clocks go forward on Sunday morning, a sign of longer, lighter and hopefully warmer evenings.
We look forward to seeing a parent / carer at our Easter Craft Events this week from 1.30pm - 2.30pm in your child’s classroom. Please wait at the pedestrian gate by the school reception to attend. Hartlett’s field gate will not be open at this time. Children may leave with parents at the end of this event if they wish.
Year 1 are looking forward to their Superhero dress up day on Monday.
Staff and children will be visiting St Johns Church for a whole school Easter assembly on Friday morning and a reminder that school breaks for Easter at 1.15pm after lunch.
Year R children may come to school in non uniform on Friday 31st March as they celebrate Easter and new life.
A message for Year R from Mrs Rutherford.
Next week Year R are celebrating Easter and learning about new life. On Friday 31st March to end the weeks learning we are having a celebration of new life party. We would like to invite your child to wear party clothes and bring in their Teddy bear to share in the party fun on Friday. The children will be cooking a tasty Easter treat to eat at the party during the week and writing invitations for their Teddy along with making decorations for the party. It's going to be a great fun week!
Thank you to Mr West and the re-wilding team along with Isley, Jake and Kiera who have been digging and planting the Wild Flower border near the Early Years building. We look forward to watching their seedlings and plants grow and bloom.
To Harry, Ben, Daphne, Luke, April, Poppy H, Evelyn B, Max R, James K, Sam, Patrick, Callum and Kamila who were our Celebration Assembly Certificate winners this week.
Year 2 looked amazing in their medieval costumes. The school has been smelling of freshly baked bread all day as the children have been mixing, rolling and proving their own bread rolls. They have also worked in small groups to make their own castles with a drawbridge, turrets and battlements.
Diary Dates - updates will be marked in a different colour
27/03/23 Year 1 Superhero Dress up day
27/03/23 Year R Easter craft afternoon - 1.30pm—2.30pm in classrooms
28/03/23 Year 1 Easter craft afternoon - 1.30pm—2.30pm in classrooms
29/03/23 Year 2 Easter craft afternoon - 1.30pm—2.30pm in classroom
31/03/23 Year R non-uniform party clothes and bring a teddy bear
31/03/23 Children Break up for Easter Break at 1.15pm
17/04/23 Children return to school for Summer Term
Class Assembly rota to parents and carers 9.00am - 9.10am :
28/04/23 Bumblebee Class
05/05/23 Dragonfly Class
12/05/23 Seahorse Class
19/05/23 Turtle Class
26/03/23 Butterfly Class
Clubs at Hook Infant School
Every day Breakfast and After school Club run by Koosa Kids
Monday before school - Judo in Hook Junior School hall
Tuesday before school - Gymnastics in Hook Junior School hall
Tuesday after school - Little Voices in Butterfly Class and Dragonfly Class
Tuesday after school - French in Hedgehog room
Wednesday after school - Wild Things in Hedgehog room
Wednesday after school - French in Seahorse Class
Thursday after school - Football Club Year 1
Friday after school - Football Club Year 2 and Year R
The school office can be contacted by phone between 8am and 3.30pm on 01256 764487. Leave a message if we don’t answer as we may be helping another family on the other line.
Alternatively, you can email the school office so your questions can be directed to the correct member of staff via email@example.com (this is monitored during school hours).
If you would like to speak to your child’s class teacher please let the office know and your child’s class teacher will arrange a telephone call or appointment to see you. Appointments can be made at 2.45pm from Monday to Thursday.
Safeguarding your children is our priority. Please contact the schools Designated Safeguarding Leads, either Mrs M Walker (Headteacher), Mrs L Hannan (Deputy Headteacher) or Mr P West with any concerns. Further Safeguarding information and support can be found via www.NSPCC.org.uk or Childline 0800 1111
Any concerns may also be raised directly with Hampshire County Council Children’s services phone line (anonymously if you wish) by calling 0300 555 1384. Keeping our children safe is everyone’s responsibility.