Archive of Newsletters 2014-15

Autumn No.1
5th September

Charles Darwin once said that it was not the strongest or the most intelligent of the species that survived, but the one that is most adaptable to change...
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Autumn No. 2
3rd October

As you know we had our Ofsted Inspection on Wednesday and Thursday last week...

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As you know our school was inspected by Ofsted on Wednesday 24th and Thursday 25th September and now that the final report has been published we are in a position to be able to write to you about its findings.

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A warm welcome back to school! Having seen the first half term simply fly by I’d like to say that this will be a much more laid back half term but...
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Here we are, the last week of the Autumn Term and it has gone by in a flash! It’s been filled with a wonderful mix of wellies, picnic blankets and teddies, dressing up and shows, hard work and laughter, oh and Ofsted too!
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May I take this opportunity on behalf of the staff of Hunsdon School to wish you all a very happy and healthy New Year and to thank you for the many kind gifts received at the end of the term...
SNOW – As you know we are enjoying some snowy weather at the moment. We will endeavour to keep the school open and ask that the children come dressed appropriately for the cold and wet...
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ESAFETY WEEK – During eSafety Week, the whole school will be looking at ways of staying safe whilst online. To this end, as well as the class lessons we will be working with a variety of visitors each helping to enforce the message...

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A very warm welcome back to school and to an action-packed Summer Term. A term of trips and performances with a little bit of sun and SATs thrown in for good measure! This term’s assembly and PHSE topic is ‘Changes’...
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I’m not sure how but we’ve reached the end of the summer half term - seemingly without pausing to take breath! And it’s certainly been a busy one! Walnut and Maple classes finally got to go on their trip...
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July began in record breaking fashion with temperatures reaching 36.7°C! Fantastic news if you’re on the beach or have a new air conditioning unit that you’re desperate to try out but not so great...

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‘Tempus it et tamquam mobilis aura volat ’ – time goes and like a moving breeze it flies. And how it has flown! The end of the year has nearly arrived and I would just like to take this opportunity to thank you all for your good humour, patience and incredible support.