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Autumn Term 2014

Our Roald Dahl day on Friday was great fun, well done to everyone who dressed up and brought in donations for our Autumn Fayre! Class 3 even made cabbage soup which stank the top part of the school out! Thanks Class 3.

Yesterday Hedgehogs Nursery and  Class 1 got together for a Muddy Monday with a visit from a soldier, who taught them all about camouflage and shelter making! The children had a fantastic time, hopefully I can get some of the photos into the advertiser! Thankyou to everyone who supported this and parents for providing you children with old clothes in order to take part. We are going to have some help form the PTFA in order to buy waterproofs and wellies so that the children can be fully protected going outside on a Monday, as I think the whole team really enjoyed the experience and are keen to develop the outside learning opportunities at Hinstock.

This week we are looking forward to a Superheroes Music Workshop on Friday 26th September for Class 1 and 2 which will be financially supported by the PTFA, thankyou.

Clubs are going well with Football and Glee on Mondays, Netball on Tuesdays, Craft and Cookery on Thursdays and Bike club on Fridays. Treasure Seekers is also set to begin again, hopefully in the school hall on the third Wednesday of the month, starting in October.

Breakfast Club is going well on a Tuesday and Thursday mornings from 8am and I will be sending out a questionnaire shortly to see if there would be any take up if it was to run for more than just the two days it runs for presently.

I still think I should continue to add that as new Headteacher I look forward to meeting you over the next few months and working together to make Hinstock school an exciting and enjoyable place where your children can learn and thrive.

The next PTFA meeting is on Thursday 16th October at 3:30pm in school, please come along and support.

Hinstock Autumn Fayre will take place on Friday 3rd October.

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Tel: 01952 550 220
Fax: 01952 551 058

Welcome to our school

Autumn 2014


Tomorrow’s success begins today

As a school we welcome sharing this important period of your child’s life with you.

At Hinstock School every effort is made to provide a stimulating and broad balanced curriculum, to prepare your child for future education giving them the skills and enthusiasm to pursue learning throughout their lives.  We acknowledge the importance of developing a caring and stimulating environment, where your child’s self-esteem enables them to take risks in learning and learn confidently through their mistakes.  We are an inclusive school that develops independence, responsibility, kindness and good manners, preparing pupils to be responsible citizens.

Our aim is to enable every child to fulfil their potential and have opportunities to develop their own skills and interests. We encourage every child to be the best they can be and do the best they can do.

The best way to appreciate our aims and values is to make an appointment and visit the school.  We want your association with the school to be a long and happy one.  Working closely with parents is an important element of our work for the success of every child.  We hope you will encourage your child to contribute to the life of the school and take part in and enjoy the many opportunities provided here.


Rachael Williams