Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year from 3RR. Have a lovely break, see you all in 2018!
Dear all, we’re another week closer to Christmas and the children (and staff) in 3RR are all very excited!
We’ve had another busy week this week in class which ended on Friday afternoon with lots of fun and Christmas songs while we put up our Christmas tree and decorated the classroom.
Check back soon for more photos!
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Today was Children in Need and 3RR have enjoyed taking part in a number of exciting activities to help raise money! We have had fun face painting, took part in a ‘Pudsey Hunt’ and also had a cake sale and raffle.
Thank you to all the parents and carers who were able to send in some money for Children in Need, it’s a truly great cause and the children have enjoyed taking part and spending it!
We even got to meet Pudsey before ending the week with a disco in the hall!
Happy weekend everyone!
The 3RR Team
It’s been another busy week in 3RR!
Last week, in History, the class enjoyed hearing the story of Guy Fawkes and then reenacted it in the school assembly. On Monday we enjoyed talking about how everyone had celebrated Bonfire Night with their friends and family!
Next week is ‘Children in Need’ so there will be a number of fun activities and ways for the children to get involved throughout the week so look out for more information about that on Monday.
Have a nice weekend!
A quick update on our week in 3RR. The children have been setting personal targets for hydrotherapy as well as compiling a set of class rules and staff are beginning to nominate pupils for our ‘Golden Box Awards’ in assembly. Congratulations to Hannah who was our first recipient of the award which was given for her geography skills! Children can be nominated for any good work, progress or achievements in school and will be given a certificate to celebrate their successes in front of their friends.
Our Physio, Amy, is also giving a weekly award for motivation in therapy sessions. Congratulations again to Hannah who was also the first recipient of this award!
Here are a few photo’s of the class working on their self portrait project in Task Series.
Have a lovely weekend.
The 3RR team
3RR have had a busy couple of weeks! As you know, last week was our school book fair, the children were involved in putting up posters to advertise it and enjoyed having a look at the books and choosing which ones they wanted to take home.
We also had our cake sale to raise money for Macmillan Cancer Support. Thank you to all who donated, the class really enjoyed spending their money and choosing themselves a treat or two. Hopefully some of them will make it home to you!
We have also been having fun painting with paint sticks to create a new display for the classroom.
Have a lovely weekend.
3RR would like to take this opportunity to welcome you back, we hope that you all had an enjoyable and restful summer holiday!
Everyone has settled in well over the first two weeks of term. We have learned about what our friends have been up to in the holidays and welcomed some new faces to the class and the staff team.
Next week will be our school book fair and there will be an opportunity for the children to visit and have a look at what’s on offer.
The newsletter will be coming out soon with more information about the curriculum and dates for the diary.
Please note that hydrotherapy will now be taking place on Monday afternoons – so don’t forget your swimming kit!
Finally, we would like to wish Kara a very happy birthday! She was 14 on Thursday – Many happy returns to you!
Have a lovely weekend.
Post 16 students Lana and Mollie, successfully planned and liaised with Hedleys student council to arrange a fabulous meeting which was held yesterday at school. 17 students from post 16 attended to find out more about Hedleys college life.Hedleys student council introduced themselves followed by a video presentation and then answered post 16 student and staff questions. Refreshments made by post 16 students in food technology were enjoyed by all and there was a lovely buzz of conversation afterwards. Thank you very much Hedleys students!
Nicholas gave a vote of thanks on behalf of everyone from post 16.
“Thank you very much to the student council and tutors for coming today” ” The presentation was both informative and inspiring for us.”
ED class went for a trip to Azure Garden centre in Cramlington to visit the Reindeer’s.
When we arrived we met the Garden Centre staff in the café and helped them to set up Santa’s Grotto. We all had to opportunity to write out a Christmas card to give to Santa.
We then Got some Reindeer food and went to feed the reindeers. We all enjoyed stroking them and giving them lots of food, they were really fun to watch. After saying goodbye to them we washed our hands and went for a walk through the Gardens. There were lots of Christmas tree’s to smell and feel and a beautiful walkway all decorated in lights.
After exploring we returned to the café for lunch and some social time.
After Lunch we walked around the shop and each bought an item to take home.
What a lovely day!!!