Haytor View

Community Primary School & Nursery

Learning together ~ enjoying success ~ aiming high ~ celebrating difference ~ enriching community

Haytor View

Community Primary School & Nursery

Learning together ~ enjoying success ~ aiming high ~ celebrating difference ~ enriching community

Christmas Craft Afternoon

‘Parents enjoy and share in their children’s lives.’ ‘Children will collaborate with others in all context.’ We had great fun at our Christmas Craft afternoon. Our families joined us in our festive celebrations and we set ourselves a...

World Mental Health Day 2022

On Monday 10th October, years 3 and 4 learned about World Mental Health Day. The classes looked at the Normal Magic website to watch a video which explained what good mental health is and how the children can look after themselves. The children then split into small...

Shared Reading with our Families

On Tuesday afternoons at 2:45 the children of years 3 and 4 share their reading books with their families. As the children’s grown ups arrive they can hear their child read and often the child’s thoughts about their book. Afterwards the grown ups have 10...

Roald Dahl Day 2022

On 13th September years 3 and 4 celebrated the life and work of Roald Dahl. The children looked at authors who write their books in carefully designed garden sheds. The classes spent time designing their ideal creative shed spaces to inspire their writing. The...

International Literacy Day 2022

The children of years 3 and 4 celebrated International Literacy Day on September 8th. They collaborated to create book covers using computer software Purple Mash, the children spent time considering how to illustrate their ideas and to agree on a book title. For more...

Art Workshop provided by The Helen Foundation

    On Thursday, the year 4 children worked alongside Monica-Shanta from Daisi.  They were exploring ‘Drawing Conversations – Expressing Emotions through Art’.  The children learnt how drawings can communicate emotions.  Monica took the children through different...