Are you 16-18?
Interested in DJ-ing, music-making or film production?
Then this could interest you… We are putting together a team to take part in a number of workshops and masterclasses.
Over a two-month period you will be completing a Bronze Arts Award qualification and looking at how we can help you with your next steps.
The programme starts end of May and finishes end July… and all for FREE!!!!
If you’re interested or need more information then please contact Joel.
T: 01603 283367 or E: email@example.com
Places still available for Activities Week, as of 26 May 2011
- Make A Play - 8 spaces – £24
- UEA Sports Week – 4 places – £105
- School Sports Week - 26 places - £30
- School Week – 11 places - £15
- Creative Textiles - 8 places – £41
- CSI – 23 places – £114
- Street Week – 10 places – £76
If you have any questions or queries regarding Activities Week, please contact Miss Ford on (01603) 254315.
Students in years 7-10, parents and carers might be interested to know about the many activities being offered to young people in our area this half-term.
Please explore the following links to information and ideas provided by Miss Ford, Extended Schools Coordinator at HHS:
Parents/carers and other friends of the School might be interested in this recent article in the local press, on the subject of its possible application for Academy status.
For information on – and to take part in – the consultation process, please click on the link above.
Confirmation letters for bookings as well as invoices will be mailed out to parents/carers this week.
Please note that there is still time to make a booking, and that there are many places still available for a variety of activities.
A regular update of available places will be posted here. Payments are due in by 4 June 2011.
If you have any questions or queries regarding Activities Week, please do not hesitate to contact Miss Ford. Tel: (01603) 254315
As part of the current consultation on Academy Status, a forum for parents and carers was held on 19 May. This was a chance to discuss the issues involved with School Governors, to ask questions and air any concerns.
You can read the minutes of this meeting here. Please see the Consultation page for information on how to make sure your own views on this potential development are taken into consideration, before the consultation process comes to an end on 10 June 2011.
The U14 Angels and Coach J. Yardy
League Final vs Framingham Earl, 19 May
The final proved to be our toughest game yet! Fram have a very strong, experienced team and we knew we’d have to play our hardest to compete with them. So… we did! We played brilliantly. Every player put her heart and soul into it, and played better than ever before.
We put up a really tough defence, and strong attacking play, scoring some excellent baskets. At half time the score was 14-14.
The score stayed pretty tight until the last 5 minutes, when Fram pulled away and we had a few key players in foul trouble. The final score was 22-33 to Fram, but we battled hard right ’til the end.
Congratulations, Angels! You’ve trained hard and become a very strong team indeed. It’s always a pleasure to coach you because of your positive approach and commitment. It’s been a great season.
Next season we will be even better!
This month’s winners are:
No.14 – Tina Woods – £30
No.79 – Sarah Newby – £15
No.5 – Martin Lucas – £5
Cheques will be posted to the winners’ home addresses.
For joining info, please see the PTA page. The more members we have, the more prize money we can give out… and the more income for the School!
U14 Girls’ Basketball
We played Wymondham in the League semi-final on 11 May. We were brilliant! It was a very convincing 62-8 win! Rio was Angel of the Match because she played like a demon, but it was a great team effort, and everyone played well.
Thanks to everyone who supported us: mums and dads, pupils, staff (including a very loud Mr Newsome who is our biggest, loudest fan!). The final is on 19 May (3.30 tip-off), against Framingham Earl, who are formidable opposition: a very experienced team with some very strong players. It will be our toughest game yet. But we will be ready! Come on Angels! All support welcome!
J Yardy, Coach
Congratulations to the following winning members of the PTA’s monthly lottery!
No. 3 - Mrs Gibbons - £30
No. 42 - Mrs T Vincent - £15
No. 33 - Stephanie Jones - £5
In March 2011, the prizes went to:
No. 77 - Stephen Bright – £30
No. 7 - Christine Calver – £15
No. 45 - Victoria Fox – £5
If you are interested in joining the lottery – or any other activities of the HHS Parent Teacher Association – please see the PTA page above.