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06/07/22

Year 6 completed their mechanical toys in DT today. We have learnt new skills such as sawing and drilling. We’ve spent time refining our measuring skills. 🪚 https://t.co/WPdjl3aOQ4

06/07/22

This Friday (8th July), HPAK will be taking on in a community rounders match. We look forward to seeing children, parents and carers at the event to support our HPAK teams. ⚾️ https://t.co/rxjg6XiIJJ

06/07/22

Yesterday, Year 5 enjoyed their field trip collecting primary data of the local ecosystem. https://t.co/sgBf47HEjQ

05/07/22

Year 4 have been learning about properties of 2 dimensional shapes. How many different 2-D shapes can you find at home? For example, a clock face is a circle, your TV could be a rectangle.

04/07/22

Year 1 got to meet Rufus- the long legged Buzzard. https://t.co/pxlLrVYdSo

04/07/22

Year 2 have made their playground prototypes. https://t.co/dmmfj7eDiw

04/07/22

Joe’s Bows have arrived at HPAK. Year 1 are in for street today. https://t.co/KhMjO14H4r

30/06/22

Year 4 are really developing their cricket skills. Today they focussed on bowling and the ‘long-barrier’ technique. 🏏 https://t.co/7ePJLxmHJu

30/06/22

Our 30 Days Wild Picnic is underway and we are having truly wild time! https://t.co/48gqmG1KH1

28/06/22

Year 4 have been learning about the positive and negative impacts humans have on the environment. The children were amazed at how much litter was found on the school premises! We talked about the importance of practising the 3 R’s in our daily life (reduce, reuse and recycle). https://t.co/j1OkYtUs6H

27/06/22

Year Five Kingswood Trip We will be back at HPAK is 15mins, all going well.

27/06/22

You can collect from the CoOp if we are still there, otherwise please collect from school.

27/06/22

Please collect at 14:30 🙂

27/06/22

Year Five Kingswood Trip ETA back at HPAK is 14:30. Any medication must be collected from the office.

27/06/22

On Friday, Year 2 created Kente style weave patterns. Each colour represents a different meaning. What do you think they represent? 🤔 Why not ask your child what each colour means and see if you are correct. https://t.co/edHmWMlynK

27/06/22

Our final activity at Kingswood. https://t.co/qJExHeKg7l

27/06/22

Let’s climb Jacob’s Ladder. https://t.co/nCsi85OBuG

27/06/22

Archery 🏹 https://t.co/tMZibYxwty

27/06/22

🏹Robin Hoods in the making! https://t.co/uup8MYXocd

27/06/22

🏹 Let’s shoot like Robin Hood… https://t.co/6VmvhAWGV7

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