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Thankyou to everyone who came along to our DEAR (Drop Everything and Read Afternoon) last Thursday on World Book Day. It was lovely to see so many children and parents mixing across the school and enjoying a wide variety of books. Thankyou to to Mrs Ross and her family who donated such a lot of books to the school, helping to make the afternoon a huge success.

Class 1 and 2 enjoyed their visit from Tracy Corduroy who shared Shifty McGifty with them and inspired them to do some lovely follow up work. Class 3 and 4 were stunned when their visiting author: Andy Seed won the Blue Peter Prize on World Book day for his books, which have inspired some wonderful writing. Examples of all the work can be seen on our 'Read, Write Enjoy' board as you enter the school.
On Thursday this week the whole school will be taking part in an e-safety drama day by a visiting production company. Thankyou to the PTFA for helping to fund this experience.
Next Monday Class 1 and 2 are off to Whittington Castle as an exciting ending to their Castles topic, I hope they have good weather because it can be such a magical looking place!


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    Welcome to Hinstock Primary School

    Tomorrow’s success begins today

     

    Dear Parents and Carers


    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 grows enabling them to take risks and learn confidently through their achievements and 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 fulfill 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

    Headteacher