Hatherden Church of England Primary School

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Saplings

 Saplings learning environment Spring 2021

 

 

 Saplings in Forest school, using a fire striker to try to generate a spark, identifying trees and exploring the world around them. 

 

 

Maple  

 

Oak

 A Year 3 pupil has been beavering away at home, aiming high, and has produced a leaflet to publicise the school. 

 

Whole school  

 Red Nose Day 2021

Through discussion and a democratic vote, the pupils at Hatherden chose to raise funds for Comic Relief and a local charity: Naomi House and Jacksplace,  both hospices for children and young people. Together, with Friends of Hatherden School ( FOHS) the children and staff took part in a sponsored walk followed by biscuits and a drink in the playground. Rev Tom Etherton led a wonderful reflection linking the sponsored walk and the children's achievements to our Christian Values; Love, Courage and Fellowship. 

The school is the oldest school in Hampshire still being used as a school. It retains flagstones from it's origins in 1725. The school was founded by James Sambourne.