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 Trusting in God, together we live, learn and grow.

If you need to contact someone from school please email  Mrs Bacon on head@haresfield.gloucs.sch.uk   NOT admin as Mrs Buckle is unable to pick up her emails.

 

Hi Everyone

Your daily worksheets are stopping over the Easter holidays and will resume again on Monday 20th April
For the holiday period we would like you to do a project on EASTER!
Here are some suggestions of things you could do…
  • Find out who celebrates Easter and how it is celebrated around the world.
  • Write about the Easter story and find out about the events in Holy Week look in a Bible at Luke’s Gospel chapter 22 onwards (You can find Bible accounts and versions of the story online)
  • Think about what Easter means to you and what you like about Easter.
  • Make an Easter garden
  • Decorate hard boiled or blown eggs and turn them into different things
  • Have an Easter egg /treasure hunt and write clues for other members of the family to follow.
  • Make Easter cakes/biscuits
  • Make Easter cards and send them to family and friends who you haven’t seen for a while
  • Make Easter hats and have a parade.
  • Find out why chicks and rabbits are symbols of Easter.
  • Take lots of photos and be as creative as you can.
Have lots of fun putting your project together!

During this time of uncertainty we are providing home learning activities for all children.
Please click on the link below to access your child’s class learning page.

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Use the following link to access Teach Active Maths homework. Select the year group and the area of Maths required for a selection of activities that can be done at home. Each activity comes with a set of instructions with activities designed to get children active during their learning.

https://www.teachactive.org/my-account/?code=ONDMW

There are many different games that help your child learn the sounds they need to read and decode. These games are often used at school.

https://www.phonicsplay.co.uk/freeIndex.htm

 

 

Congratulations to the Haresfield team on our amazing SIAMS report.

Haresfield CE Primary School SIAMS Final Report

Haresfield Church of England Primary School provides a secure and creative environment where individuals are valued, nurtured and encouraged to achieve all they can. It is supported by effective partnerships with parents and the community and is underpinned by its Christian ethos.

We welcome children from the village and well beyond, parents choose us because we go the ‘extra mile’ with every child so that all pupils, whatever their needs, are supported in their learning.  

Our Golden Rule:

“Treat others as you would like to be treated.” Matthew 7 v 12 As a Church School , we base our rules on Christian teaching.  We take responsibility for our own actions, recognising that when we make mistakes, we can start again.

Haresfield School was established as a Church of England school in the 19th century. The school was re-built in 2007 and so we have modern, well-designed facilities. The offices remain in the original building keeping a link with our past. We are very fortunate to have the use of a huge playing field – The Merryfield. We play outside in all weathers amid the beautiful countryside and beneath the Haresfield Beacon. We welcome all families to our school and will be delighted to show you around if you are looking for a school for your child. for more information see: Haresfield School Admissions Policy

Ofsted Report Haresfield Cof E Primary School 10025080 PDF Final

Haresfield CE Primary School SIAMS Final Report

Haresfield School is a small village school with 103 children. We have four classes which are:

  • Owls Class  - Foundation Stage/Year 1
  • Bats Class - Years 1/2
  • Otters Class - Years 3/4
  • Beavers Class - Years 5/6

 

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