Pyjamarama day is Friday 7th June.
For the donation of £1 children can come to school in their pyjamas. All money raised will be donated to BookTrust and help many children experience the joy of a bedtime story.
Here’s our ‘Super Stars‘ who celebrated their achievements on Friday 3rd May 2019:
Well done everyone, you’re a CLASS act!
Here’s our ‘Super Stars‘ who celebrated their achievements on Friday 26th April 2019:
Well done everyone, keep up the wonderful work!
Thank you to all pupils for their FANTASTIC effort to learn their tables and division facts so well! We had a great time playing multiplication and division games to ‘warm up’ before our challenge began. This whole school event certainly helped pupils at Mill Hill improve their recall.
Here are our ‘Times Table Super Stars’:
A HUGE ‘thank you’ for the continued support of parents. The total sum of our super sponsorship donations will follow shortly.
Mrs Osmond – Maths Lead
Thank you to all who supported us in raising funds today! Our cake sale was highly successful and enjoyed by all. This fantastic fund raising event certainly raised awareness about Autism.
Mill Hill children – including my class – have been very lucky to have had a free taster session how to play cricket. This is an initiative from England and Wales Cricket Board aimed at providing primary school children with a great first experience in cricket.
My class (Y2DO) loved it! We were the first to ‘have a go’ in the school and thoroughly enjoyed practicing individual skills and small team games.
Look at our models. Every child that registers will receive a backpack full of goodies including a cricket bat, ball, personalised shirt, cap and activity book all sent straight to their door. WOW! I do hope this, short but fun taster session, has inspired some of our pupils to join All Stars Cricket at a club near them.
Year 6 had an amazing time at Robin Wood!
This week KS1 and KS2 enjoyed a visit from Chaplins Entertainment who came to school to perform the pantomime Cinderella. Lots of fun, laughter, singing, shouting and booing was had by all!
During Diwali, in Year Two, festivity was in the air. My class celebrated this Hindu ‘Festival of Light’ by learning lots of different Diwali dance moves!
This school year, in Year Two,
Francesca Kirkwood and Oliver Jackson will be working with our school council. Well done to you both!