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Harthill Primary School

‘A school at the heart of its village’


Welcome to EYFS 2

Thursday 10th July 2014
Learning challenge - Looking forwards to our first Year 1 topic of Space, could your child design, make or draw a space vehicle? For example: a moon buggy, a rocket, a launch pad etc. Also, it was mentioned to your child yesterday that if they had any concerns or worries about entering Year 1 in September, they could ask an adult to write them down, and they could post them into our 'Worry Box' within the classroom.

Who's Who?

Welcome back everyone! We can’t believe how quickly this year has gone so far! We have all had so much fun and it has been a pleasure to watch the children grow in confidence, learn new skills and gain lots of knowledge.  As the holiday season begins, the children are really enjoying sharing their holiday stories, so we are going to learn more about transport and travel.
For more information about the learning and activities taking place this half term please see the Newsletter attached below.

A huge well done to all children who are continuing to work through  our school Reading Challenge. Complete as many activities as you can and remember to bring in anything you have done at home for our lovely display. Please don’t hesitate to ask if you would like any more information about the challenge.


Upcoming events this term

Event Description Date
Stay and Play ‘           ‘Traditional Games and Toys’
Tuesday 10th June 
2.50pm – 3.20am   
Stay and Play ‘Super Science'
Friday 27th June
9.00 - 9.20
Learning Showcase Learning Showcase of children's work and achievements. Wednesday 16th July
2.50 - 3.20am   
Ways to help your child:


  • By talking about the topics and finding out any information from books, computers, internet, libraries etc. Please encourage your child to bring any useful information into school. If you have any particular personal information, which may be of interest and you would like to share this in school, please contact your child’s class teacher.
  • By discussing any Maths homework with your child and helping/encouraging them to complete any Homework tasks.
  • By chatting with them about learning and activities they have completed in school and helping/encouraging them to complete any Homework tasks.
  • By encouraging them to read for 10 minutes a day, depending on age (more if they are enjoying the story or information in the book).